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Student Conference on Human Rights



about the conference



Watch what happened during the morning and afternoon sessions of the conference on Friday 6 December 2002.

December 6, 2002

United Nations Headquarters,
New York

For Whom
Intermediate and Secondary Students (grades 5-12)

Sustainable Development and Human Rights: A Better Future For All

How to Participate

Selected students from Canada, Domincan Republic, Mexico and the United States met at the United Nations as leaders in the 5th Annual Student Conference on Human Rights. They helped facilitate the interaction of young people in an all day international videoconference as they discussed their action plans and developed a youth declaration on our focus area of Sustainable Development and Human Rights.

Any classroom in the world can share their ideas, experiences, thoughts, and feelings on topics relating to this year's theme by posting in our interactive forums.

The interactive forums are only open to middle or secondary students. To participate, teachers can register their students or students can register themselves.

Spread the word and get others involved in Sustainable Development and Human Rights.

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