Making Advocacy The Force For Change In Human Rights
We Teach Youth How To Advocate For Their 30 Basic Human Rights... Without Violence
“It isn’t enough to talk about peace. One must believe in it. And it isn’t enough to believe in it. One must work at it.”
- Eleanor Roosevelt
First Lady of the United States and Chair of the UN Committee that wrote the Universal Declaration of Human Rights
All around the world, in our community, next door neighbors, and even in our own home - we see violations of the 30 basic human rights.
But something CAN be done! You can educate yourself, your friends, family, community, churches and groups about their rights.
And, if you feel called to do more - you can lead the charge toward a free world by standing up for your own rights, and the rights of others, using nonviolent means.
Start Your Own Local Chapter:
Are you passionate about supporting human rights? Start a local chapter in your home town! We will ship you FREE t-shirts, booklets, educational curriculum and more.
You can use our curriculum and materials! The only thing we ask in return is that you send us photos of youth who have learned about their human rights through our campaigns.
Our Founder, Sarah Nadler, saw early in her career the effects of human rights violations in her community.
Raised to believe that all people are created equal, in 2017 Sarah wrote her first human rights-inspired book: a young adult steampunk fantasy novel called Space Patrol!
That book sparked a human rights movement around the globe that now spans 13 countries and tens of thousands of kids reached.
You can easily become a member of our charitable organization by following these three steps:
Our amazing team of regulars and part-time volunteers are committed to the mission of ending human rights violations around the world. We take our convictions and turn them into action. Think you would be a good fit? Get in touch for more information!
Once approved, we will send you free materials and curriculum. Use them to educate youth on their 30 basic human rights! When you send us photos of this being done - we will send you more materials and support.
The more people you have on your team, the easier it becomes to distribute materials and increase your impact. Download our Group Expansion Kit below for tips on how to organize your group for maximum success.
Americans drop $40 billion dollars annually on lawn care. From leaf blowers to lawn mowers, U.S. consumers spend some serious cash on their landscapes.
Per Children.org, for $39 billion dollars, every child in the world could have access to an education. For the amount of money spent keeping it green, we could end human rights illiteracy around the world.