The goal of the Kemper Human Rights Education Foundation is to motivate students to contribute to the effort to create a world where everyone’s human rights are realized.
GO HERE to read the question that was posed.“Treaty by treaty, policy by policy the world leaders built a great body of laws and vowed to uphold them and the progress they achieved was immense. However, in this generation world leaders have forgotten the laws of survival and the world is moving back into an era where racist and extremists inflame Islamophobia and discrimination…the world is going backwards.” Abdul-Rehman Ahmad, Beaconhouse, Faisalabad, Pakistan. “The manic and momentous spread of intolerant messages from hate groups, on social media, and within schools is largely attributed to the extreme lack of education surrounding these topics in the American school system.” Zoe Hoffmann Kamrat, Hamden High School, Hamden, Connecticut. “In a process called confirmation bias…online communities are reinforcing racist, sexist and other unjust predispositions.” Layne Gibson, William A. Hough High School, Cornelius, North Carolina. “Hatred has become regular and common in the world…hate crimes are preceded with hate speech…Words and actions act as bullets.” Arisha Rehan, Beaconhouse School System, Pakistan. “Radicalization is one of the ways through which the poor and the dispossessed find a voice.” Abdul Kabir, Beaconhouse School System, Pakistan.