The Routes to Human Rights is a project and a concept created by International Solidarity for Human Rights. The Routes to Human Rights will be actual artistic places for reflection, dedicated to human rights’ education and providing educational insights on issues related to the positive promotion of the Universal Declaration of Human Rights.
The Routes to Human Rights world wide will consist of an artistic route with 30 places or stops, with 30 works of arts or 30 symbols representing the 30 articles of the Universal Declaration of Human Rights.
The first Route To Human Rights is an ongoing project that is being installed throughout (8) eight campuses and premises of Miami Dade College in Florida. Miami Dade College is the largest and most diverse college in the United States with more than 165.000 students from across the world. Two Human Rights Plazas has been built by International Solidarity for Human Rights and donated to the institution. A pavilion Project designed by Architect Frank Costoya Jr. is also pending construction.
ART. 19 FREEDOM OF EXPRESSION PLAZA
ART. 2 FREEDOM FROM DISCRIMINATION PLAZA
The Route to Human Rights at Miami Dade College also holds two pieces of art (big format paintings) that represent Art. 1 We are all born Free and Equal, and Art. 18 Freedom of Religion that will be placed at the Human Rights Pavilion when finished.
HUMAN RIGHTS PAVILION RENDERINGS