United for Human Rights Florida, and its youth component, Youth for Human Rights Florida, is a non-profit, non-religious, non-political educational organization. Its purpose is to unite, assist and advance the common purpose of human rights, specifically the United Nations Universal Declaration of Human Rights, to inspire youth and adults to be advocates for peace and tolerance.
The Universal Declaration of Human Rights contains 30 rights which are everyone's inalienable rights. We have taken this document and turned it into an easy-to-understand educational program which brings human rights to life. We have a "What are Human Rights?" booklet which contains all 30 rights, a short Public Service Announcement for each of the rights, a Story of Human Rights documentary depicting the history of 3000 years of human rights, and an Educator's facilitator's guide which walks anyone through how to teach human rights. All of the material is free of charge.
We also opened our United for Human Rights Center in Downtown Clearwater, as a community center that hosts events and activities for the community to learn their human rights. Other organizations are welcome to utilize the multi-media room, conference room and offices for their own events and gatherings, free of charge and with food provided complimentary.
All of our activities around Florida, from speaking to classrooms of kids to marching down the streets for human rights, from center events on anti-human trafficking to activities with kids at Churches to teach them how to solve their own problems, culminate on our Social Media, Facebook and Instagram. Follow us to stay up to date and hear our about our latest activities and early announcements: @UHRFlorida
Visit the United for Human Rights Center: 29 N. Fort Harrison Ave. Clearwater, FL 33755 or contact us at: 727-467-6960 or Cristian@humanrights.com
We are happy to hear from you to partner and work together to end human rights abuses.