For the 16 Days of Activism Against Gender Violence and the Human Rights Day on 10 December, make your voice count for human rights. Join the conversation on social media and participate in our Google+ Hangout series.
Join the United Nations Human Rights Office on Facebook to know, demand and defend human rights: http://www.facebook.com/unitednationshumanrights
Share your thoughts using #VoiceCount on Twitter. And starting on 1 December, send us your questions using #AskRights. Selected questions will be answered by the High Commissioner for Human Rights at a Human Rights Day Google+ Hangout. https://twitter.com/unrightswire
Follow the United Nations Human Rights Google+ page and take part in its Hangout series! https://plus.google.com/+unitednationshumanrights
Ahead of Human Rights Day, the UN Human Rights Office has launched its first ever Google+ Hangout series to facilitate public participation in a wide range of rights issues concerning persons with disabilities, minorities, and the impact of business on human rights. http://www.ohchr.org/EN/NewsEvents/Day2012/Pages/SocialMedia.aspx
The series of four Google+ Hangouts (a ‘Hangout’ is a type of live online video chat) kicked off with a discussion between civil society and business representatives worldwide at 15:00 CET on Thursday, 22 November. This first Hangout focused on ways to ensure the meaningful public participation of concerned communities when there is a possibility business operations may impact on their human rights. http://youtu.be/QLQ8-Lft870
The second Google+ Hangout, scheduled for 15:00 CET on 30 November, will feature a live video discussion between representatives of persons with disabilities, a UN expert and EU policy makers on the implementation of the Convention on the Rights of Persons with Disabilities.
Ethnic, religious and linguistic minorities and another UN expert will participate in the third Hangout at 15:00 CET on 4 December.
The Google+ Hangout series culminates on Human Rights Day with a live video discussion with UN High Commissioner for Human Rights Navi Pillay on this year’s Human Rights Day theme - ‘Inclusion and the right to participate in public life’ -- at 15:30 CET on 10 December. Read and share UN human rights chief Navi Pillay's statement for the International Day for the Elimination of Violence Against Women this Sunday: http://bit.ly/V1dSKp
Women’s rights are human right. Speak out for women’s right to live a life free of gender-based violence!
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