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Ubuntu Human Rights International - 438 Seymour St, Vancouver, BC V6B 6H4
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UBUNTU Human Rights International (UHRI) is a non-profit organization that seeks to educate people, organisations, and countries to promote and protect human rights locally, provincially, nationally and internationally. Our aim is to revive Human Rights in BC by using the United Nations Declaration for Human Rights and the African Charter on Human and Peoples' Rights, to inspire everyone to promote peace and tolerance for human dignity through research, education, public forums, and advocacy activities. 

​UHRI aspire to become a Global movement, including hundreds of groups, clubs and chapters around the world to engage, report, educate and monitor Human Rights violations globally.Read more about UHRI
UBUNTU is a Bantu term roughly translating to "human kindness." It is an idea from the Southern African region, which, means literally "human-ness," and is often translated as "humanity towards others," but is often used in a more philosophical sense to mean "the belief in a universal bond of sharing that connects all humanity". In Southern Africa, it has come to be used as a term for a kind of humanist philosophy, ethic or ideology, also known as Ubuntuism or Hunhuism.
The concept was adopted by UNESCO and promoted by many world Leaders, such as Nelson Mandela, Barack Obama, Bill Clinton, and Bishop Desmond Tutu.

Ubuntu..."I am who I am because of who we all are."
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“All human beings are born free and equal in dignity and rights. They are endowed with reason and conscience and should act towards one another in a spirit of brotherhood.”

—Article 1, United Nations Universal Declaration of Human Rights
Human Development report 2014