Did you know that this December it will be 70 years since all the nations came together to sign the Universal Declaration of Human Rights?
To celebrate the occasion, CAN is partnering with The Museum of Freedom and Tolerance and Edmund Rice Centre to produce a very special community art project.
Together, with a group of young people from diverse cultural backgrounds, we’re using art and creativity to learn about the 30 Articles of Human Rights.
These young people will then use photography, video, printing and design to share with us what those rights mean to them and thanks to our friends at Draw History, all this beautiful content will come together in a pocketbook, which we will be giving away free to the public on the anniversary.
And how’s this for exciting?
Another project supporter, Evista is letting us use their super cool, augmented reality, smart phone App.
Evista uses photo recognition to link through to video content…. So make sure you keep an eye out for our Human Rights posters around Perth…
Make sure you head to Yagan Square on the 9th and 10th of December to get your free Human Rights book..