The world observes Universal Human Rights Month every December. It acts as a reminder to reflect on the way we treat others and to do what we can each day to improve not only our neighbors’ lives, but that of ourselves, too.
Human Rights Day falls on the 10th of this month. This year’s theme is “Recover Better—Stand Up for Human Rights.” It’s related to the COVID-19 pandemic and focuses on the need to ensure and prioritize recovery efforts. This year, Human Rights Day acts as a relevant reminder to reaffirm the importance of human health and humanity in general.
With all that in mind, let’s use this month to empower ourselves and those around us to do what’s right. Be the shoulder to lean on or hand to hold amid this strange time.
Here are a few ways to provide and spread kindness to your community this season:
Keep updated with UICSL this week for more ways to spread kindness!