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75 years of Human Rights: Readings from the Universal Declaration of Human Rights

18 October 2023
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Frankfurt Studio

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Authors will read parts of their favourite article of the Universal Declaration of Human Rights in their native language and share what it means to them. The Declaration holds the World Record for the most translated document in the world. This multilingual reading will inspire readers and listeners alike to think about how our everyday lives are underpinned by the need for human rights for all, and why we need to keep fighting to make them a reality for everyone, everywhere.