Our mission is to promote social and economic development anchored in human rights in order to narrow the wealth gap and inequalities in the developing world, by empowering the poor through effective, results-oriented projects.

We work closely with human rights commissions, advocate organizations, businesses, governments, non-profits and civil society in general, focusing on alleviating poverty through market-driven development, creating jobs and increasing incomes that strengthen basic human rights, particularly the right to health and the right to education as enshrined in the United Nations Universal Declaration of Human Rights (UDHR) and legally codified in the International Covenant on Economic, Social and Cultural Rights (ICESCR).

Our team of activists also promotes respect for human rights and international human rights law by disseminating reports and articles released by leading human rights organizations, think tanks, news outlets, and intergovernmental institutions through various social media outlets.  By bringing to light human rights abuses and pressuring authorities to uphold basic universal human rights standards, Human Rights Generation de facto promotes respect for international human rights law.

We work closely with human rights commissions, advocate organizations, businesses, governments, non-profits and civil society in general – both domestically and internationally – in addressing such abuses as well as providing effective remedy to the victims.

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