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Selected Human Rights Organizing Resources'

Resources for fighting white supremacy

Toolkits and Organizing Templates
American Friends Service Committee's Just Us! Human Rights-based curriculum for youth.
Baltimore's United Workers Fair Development Recovery Plan
European Coalition of Cities Against Racism 10-point action plan
European Charter for the Safeguarding of Human Rights in the City

World Charter on the Right to the City

Anti-Racism Toolkit-by the Canadian Coalition of Municipalities Against Racism and Discrimination
Global Charter Safeguarding Human Rights in the City
*Observatory of the European Charter for Equality of Women and Men in Local Life
*Toolkit for addressing gender equity
International Coalition of Cities Against Racism-This UNESCO initiative brings together international and municipal leaders to share experiences and develop action plans for fighting discrimination in cities. The U.S. Coalition of Cities Against Racism and Discrimination was formed in 2013 in Birmingham, Alabama.
National Economic and Social Rights Initiative two-pager on using human rights organizing
National Economic and Social Rights Initiative (NESRI) Health Care is a Human Right Campaign Collaborative
Eugene Oregon Human Rights Commission

Rights respecting schools program-to advance the Convention on the Rights of the Child ”promote restorative justice, inclusion/diversity, diffusion of human rights principles throughout staff (see also UNICEF-UK Rights Respecting Schools program)

"Dakota 38"-- film on the efforts of Dakota people to resist the erasure of a massacre against Indigenous people by marking its anniversary with a ride from South Dakota to Minnesota. The film is offered as a gift to bring healing through truth-telling.

Human Rights Education

Organizations and outreach resources

Research Articles and Reports

Fighting White Supremacy
Ending White Supremacy --is hard work. It requires constant effort to re-educate ourselves and our communities. Here are some reflections from anti-racist activists that can help guide our work together.

Around the Nation & World

National & International Campaigns and Initiatives

Amnesty International Netherlands: **The Future of Human Rights in an Urban World**--this report discusses how the global economy has contributed to more concentration of urban populations, militarization of cities, and new kinds of threats to basic rights such as housing. But cities are also responsible for delivering basic services, and they are led by representatives who most closely represent residents. This study explores opportunities for communities to unite for human rights, considering the Human Rights Cities initiative as an opportunity to make cities the "glocal defenders of human rights."