All Human All Equal, Happy Human Rights Day!

This world is a home for everyone. Humans are lives together for years on the same ground. Everyone must know, understand, and be aware of their rights and the rights of others. That’s the purpose of the existence of human rights. What must be ignored are nationality, place of residence, race, gender, national or ethnic origin, political or another opinion, property, religion, language, birth, or any other status. We are all same.

In 1948 United Nations General Assembly adopted the Universal Declaration of Human Rights in Paris on 10 December 1948. Then, according to resolution 423 (V), the assembly just officially started Human Rights Day.

According to the Office of the High Commissioner for Human Rights (OHCHR), the declaration was proclaimed as a “common standard of achievement for all peoples and all nations”, and individuals and societies should “strive by progressive measures, national and international, to secure their universal and effective recognition and observance”.

The Universal Declaration of Human Rights (UDHR) became the international standard of human rights. It was drafted by representatives with different legal and cultural backgrounds from all regions of the world, it set out, for the first time, fundamental human rights is protected universally.

On the day of Human Rights, all United Nations Member States are encouraged to make it even stronger and emphasize the relevance of Human Rights in daily lives. Every 10 December, Human Rights Day is observed. In 2021, this event’s theme is EQUALITY – Reducing inequalities, advancing human rights. To commemorate Human Rights Day 2021, you can participate in the event held on the following Twibbonize frame:

Human rights

by Shon Lae

Link: https://twb.nz/bmc1313

The sentence “ဆိတ် သုဉ်း နေ တဲ့ လူ့ အခွင့်အရေး တော်လှန် တ် လှန် ရေး နဲ့ သိမ်းပိုက” encircle this frame means the silent human rights revolution and the conquest. According to its description, this frame is made for recovering lost human rights. The indignation of the Myanmar people towards human rights violations can be seen from the support that the Twibbonize frame has received as much as more than 81 thousand.

International Human Rights Day

by Charles Jeric Jabson

Link: https://twb.nz/internationalhumanrightsday

The frame with a design concept like a newspaper reflects the hope that there will be no more news about human rights violations, but “Equality Reducing Inequalities, Advancing Human Rights” as it is written.

Human Rights Behind Bars

by Danielle Fatima

Link: https://twb.nz/hr2rightsbehindbars

imprisonment or other punishment should be commensurate with any crime committed. However, overlapping laws sometimes still cause a lot of injustice. This is what hinders equality. This Twibbonize frame seems to fight for a certain of this case.

Human Rights Day: Torture

by 8 Babali Imari

Link: https://twb.nz/hrltortute

One of the coolest frames you are looking for to speak about Human Rights Day might be this one. With black and white color and illustrations of blindfolded women will create a deep meaning into your photos to commemorate Human Rights Day.

Human Rights Day 2021

by Hanna Aisya

Link: https://twb.nz/hrd21

This is an innovative Twibbonize frame that gathers all human rights fighters to achieve equality. A hashtag #InUnityForHumanity written on this frame and #HumanRightsDay2021 will bring you to the crowd together to fight for equality by writing it on your caption post.

HUMAN RIGHTS DAY

by Paragotral Indonesia

Link: https://twb.nz/paragotral21hrd

A simple look frame with a beautiful color gradient, this Twibbonize frame is very suitable for your portrait photo. No need to worry that a frame will disrupt the appearance of your feeds, because this frame has a neutral feel and goes for any concept.

HRL for Human Rights – 2D Labor Law

by Sherry Joy Rapada

Link: https://twb.nz/2dlaborrights

Photos of the world community movement in fighting for human rights adorn the background of this frame with a slightly orange-red filter. Also, another hashtag #HRLWritesForHumanRights can be used to fight the Human Rights Law (HRL) as the only thing that must be upheld to fight for justice and equality in human rights.

Hari HAM Sedunia 1

by WBK WBBM

Link: https://twb.nz/harihamsedunia1

The red color reflects the courage as used by the background for this Twibbonize frame to speak for EQUALITY on Human Rights Day. The logos displayed in this frame show agencies that will support your voice in fighting for equality. Almost one hundred people have shown their support through this frame tho.

Hari Hak Asasi Manusia (HAM) 2021

by BNA TIMES

Link: https://twb.nz/ham-2021

“All Human All Equal”, very meaningful words you can express on Human Rights Day. The black and white colors used in this frame can be interpreted in several ways for the human rights of every human being. This frame gives you the opportunity to speak about the meaning of Human Rights Day to your friends through your social media.

Hari Hak Asasi Manusia

by Dinda Amelia

Link: https://twb.nz/hakasasimanusia

This frame is very suitable for young people to use to speak out about equality in human rights. The role of youth is very important for the future of the world which continues to strive for world peace. “Recover better – stand up for human rights” written on this frame to celebrate Human Rights Day.

Stand 4 Human Rights said that since the declaration served as the foundation to expand the human rights protection system, it is also focusing on vulnerable groups such as persons with disabilities, indigenous peoples, and migrants.

This year’s theme is highlighting article 1 of the Universal Declaration of Human Rights, that “All human beings are born free and equal in dignity and rights”.

Share your photo with the Twibbonize frame on social media and show your support for Equality by writing such inspirational or strong words to build awareness of human rights. Don’t forget the hashtags #StandUp4HumanRights #HumanRightsDay #Twbibbonize.

Source:

standup4humanrights.org

ohchr.org