Dear Friends of the DHR,
The month of June ends on a high note for the Universal Declaration of Humankind Rights. New signatures, an ambassador and a partnership are helping to raise the visibility of the Declaration.
Great news for the DHR!
The French association Comité 21 has signed the Universal Declaration of Human Rights. Defining itself as a “do tank”, Comité 21 is a platform that brings together public and private actors for the implementation of the Millennium Development Goals by French citizens and for France at the territorial, national and international levels.
The Citizens for Climate movement also signed the Declaration. Created in 2018 following the collective mobilization of citizens for the climate, this movement participates in various actions for climate emergency. Its purpose is to bring citizens together and to take actions to influence decisions that have an ecological impact at all levels of society.
Finally, the World Citizens’ Assembly also signed the DHR. Its objective is to build a multicultural and peaceful society. The association organizes forums and assemblies to discuss the rights and responsibilities of present and future generations.
A new ambassador
The Declaration welcomes a new ambassador: General Dr. Mohammed M. Aljuhani. Former General at the Ministry of Interior of Saudi Arabia, he is now honorary consul of the Republic of Congo for the Kingdom of Saudi Arabia. Dr. Mohammed M. Aljuhani is Chairman of the Board, CEO, consultant and member of the Board of Directors of many companies and organizations.
A new partnership for the DHR
A partnership was signed in early June between the Institut d’Administration des Entreprises de Paris (IAE Paris), the IAE Paris Sorbonne Endowment Fund and the Friends of Humankind Rights Association.
The purpose of this scientific cooperation agreement is to develop the organization of symposia and seminars and the publication of work in the fields of entrepreneurship, innovation and the development of urban areas. These themes will be studied in harmony with the preservation of living species and humanity.
Through this partnership, the Declaration gains legitimacy and visibility in the scientific and academic spheres.
The Universal Declaration of Humankind Rights’ Friends Association