Visual Human Rights is a global movement that visualises the 30 articles of the Universal Declaration of Human Rights. Hoessein Alkisaei began this project in The Hague, the Netherlands, the international city of peace and justice. Now it is up to you to do the same in your own country, city and/or environments.
This project aims to create awareness about how human rights are implemented, protected and unfortunately often violated. All photos are based on real situations and stories, without editing, posing or any theatrical techniques. Everything remains as natural, honest and realistic as possible. It is recommended to collaborate with organisations and communities that implement and protect certain human rights. In this way, attention is given to those heroes as well.
Eventually, with your help, and the help of individuals all over the world, we will be able to show the contrast between the different interpretations and implementations of the articles of the Universal Declaration of Human Rights. This, in turn, will lead to global awareness.
Join this cause and help visualise the real world!