04 Jan


UDHR Article 4: No one shall be held in slavery or servitude; slavery and the slave trade shall be prohibited in all their forms. In the 2016 it was estimated that 45.8 million people are in some form of modern slavery in 167 countries. The countries with the highest estimated prevalence of modern slavery by the proportion of their population are North Korea, Uzbekistan, Cambodia, India, and Qatar. In North Korea, there is pervasive evidence that government-sanctioned forced labour occurs in an...

The Healthy Route to Human Rights in Andorra
05 Nov

ISHR’S Andorra Spain report 2017

From September 23 rd to October 29 th 2017 International Solidarity for Human Rights embarked in the project of bringing Human Rights Education programs to the countries of Spain and Andorra. ISHR in numbers: 37 days abroad + 518 hours work + 9 schools visited + 1 University + 1025 students reached with HRCB + 4 human rights plaques installed in 3 Cities Lugo-Cornellana-Grandas de Salime + 16 meetings attended +10 pilgrims HR walk +  93 miles walked of the Routr to Human Rights...

ISHR Child Labour Human Rights
09 Jul

ISHR Child Labour Human Rights

Child labour exists because people accept it and invent excuses for it. Children’s rights are not respected. Governments do not provide compulsory, free and accessible education. International agreements and conventions are not observed. The education system excludes poor and vulnerable children. Consumers worldwide demand cheap products. Employers can benefit from cheap labour. We have not done enough to stop it. Together we can stop child labour! By no longer accepting it, not in mines, not on fields, not in factories, not in domestic settings and not in the products...

ISHR Child Labour
28 Jun

June 12 the World Day Against Child Labour

Child labour is a complex phenomenon which cuts across policy and market boundaries. Child labour is work carried out to the detriment and endangerment of a child, in violation of international law and national legislation. It either deprives children of schooling or requires them to assume the dual burden of schooling and work. It to be eliminated is a subset of children in employment.   Child labour includes All “unconditional” worst forms of child labour, such as slavery or practices similar to slavery, the...