Human Rights Awareness Club!

Created By: Hassan Mehdi

What is our goal?

At December 10th, 1948, The Universal Declaration of Human Rights were created to offer every human equality and justice. Not only were they created for equality but they were also created for many other reasons like how one should be treated. Our main objective is to primarily raise more awareness about human rights and how ethical or important it is. With this, we can teach many Rick Hansen students about the brilliance behind these well-constructed rights and how it helps shape our identity.

Human Rights Week

Monday, Jan. 19th, 8:30am to Friday, Jan. 23rd, 3pm

1150 Dream Crest Road

Mississauga, ON

All members or soon to be members will meet in the Cafeteria every morning to receive details on what is going to happen the following hours.

Human Rights Awareness Club Schedule

Day 1 - Introduction

Period 1 - Starting Broadcast(talks about the issue and how important it is)

Day 2 - Main Days I

Period 3 & 4 - Booths will be set up to hand out flyers to raise awareness about Human Rights

Day 3 - Main Days II

Period 3 & 4 - Booths will be set up to hand out flyers to raise awareness about Human Rights

Day 4 - Main Days III

Period 3 & 4 - Booths will be set up to hand out flyers to raise awareness about Human Rights

Day 5 - Conclusion

Period 1 - Ending Broadcast(talks about how much positive change has been brought to the school)

Positivity & Awareness

I strongly believe that creating a club will majorly bring positive change in the school and will help raise awareness about human rights because educating the generation of tomorrow about topics like these is not only going to help them become successful in becoming an ethical human being but it is also going to help the people in their surroundings and the people who they encounter in the future. Knowing about human rights is extremely important since the concept itself is so closely related to the belief that culture is so precious and central to our identity. Teaching the youth of this generation these type of topics is extremely important since it will bring positive change to the cause itself and to them as well. As Bryan Stevenson once said, "We cannot be full evolved human beings until we care about human rights and basic dignity"