The UN Human Rights Office teamed up with renowned photographer Justin Wu to relaunch the ‘World is in Our Hands’ initiative
We are all born free and equal in dignity and rights.
That’s the message from young influencers like Jazz Jennings, Pablo Alboran and Nia Sioux. They are standing up for human rights in a relaunched campaign from the UN Human Rights Office and The Krim Group.
In iconic black and white portraits from photographer Justin Wu, the three influencers shared their message of support for freedom, equality and dignity. They asked their followers to unite for the rights of future generations.
‘Living your truth with joy and purpose without fear of persecution or discrimination should be a guaranteed standard of life,’ wrote actress/artist Nia Sioux. ‘We are all human. You should not have to fight for the right to be treated as a human.’
Author and activist Jazz Jennings wrote: ‘We deserve to live in a free world on the basis of love, truth, and happiness where every single person has the freedom to follow their dreams and pursue ambitions of their heart’s intent.’
‘Change has to start at the very basis through the education of our next generations,’ wrote singer/songwriter Pablo Alboran. ‘We must teach the values of tolerance and respect, avoiding stereotypes. Those are the foundations upon which a caring society is built.
Learn more at the UN Human Rights website and then join the community by sharing your message on Twitter, Instagram or YouTube using the hashtags #StandUp4HumanRights & #WorldIsInOurHands