Desemba 10: Siku ya Kimataifa ya Haki za Binadamu

Miss Zomboko

JF-Expert Member
May 18, 2014
Human Rights Day is celebrated every year on December 10 to commemorate the day in 1948 when the Universal Declaration of Human Rights was ratified by the UN General Assembly.

On this important day, the world is reminded of the fundamental freedoms and rights to which every human being is entitled, regardless of nationality, ethnicity, religion or any other distinction.

On this day, all stakeholders in the national and international community are reminded and given an opportunity to reflect on their past and future actions and responsibilities and to strive for the promotion and protection of human rights.

On this Human Rights Day, let us reflect on the fundamental importance of human rights for every individual and use them as a daily guide to pursue justice, equality, peace and freedom for all.

Human Rights Day 2023 theme
The theme for Human Rights Day 2023 is "Freedom, Equality and Justice for All". In the decades since the ratification of the UDHR, human rights have become more widely recognised and protected around the world.

The declaration has served as the cornerstone for a system of human rights protection that is growing and reaching out to more vulnerable populations, including migrants, indigenous peoples and persons with disabilities.
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