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Universal Declaration on Human Rights

Does the Universal Declaration on Human Rights, crafted in the aftermath of World War II, continue to serve well in a world in which political and religious extremism, climate change, globalization and other trans-national issues have come to dominate the international agenda?

That is the key question that will be taken up by a Global Citizenship Commission of leading public figures, human rights leaders, and public intellectuals led by The Right Honourable Gordon Brown, MP, former UK Prime Minister and a Distinguished Global Leader in Residence at NYU, which is sponsoring the Commission’s work.

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