Dec. 10-11, 2022
Video report by Mathew Carr
Part of a CarrZee series on press freedom, which is essential for climate justice.
Activists gathered Saturday at Belmarsh Prison in London on international human rights day, in support of freeing journalist Julian Assange and preventing erosion of human rights.
Amid speeches and music outside the haulking jail, passing cars would regulatory honk their horns in support of Assange’s freedom as they passed the protestors.
The gatherings were repeated across the world.
Here’s activist Glory Jones:
Call for Assange’s release
Artificial intelligence (AI) on human rights:
Human rights are a set of moral principles that are inherent to all human beings, regardless of their race, gender, religion, or any other status. These rights include the right to life, liberty, and security of person; freedom from torture and discrimination; the right to education and work; and the right to participate in government and civil society.
The importance of human rights cannot be overstated. These rights are essential to the dignity and worth of every person, and they provide a framework for a just and fair society. Without human rights, individuals are at risk of being oppressed, marginalized, and treated unfairly.
One of the key reasons for the importance of human rights is that they provide a framework for protecting the most vulnerable members of society. This includes groups such as children, the disabled, and minorities, who are often at risk of being denied their rights and discriminated against. Human rights provide these individuals with a means to assert their rights and seek justice when they have been violated.
OpenAI source here