Congratulations! You have successfully completed this course!
“Everyone has the right to rest and leisure, including reasonable limitation of working hours and periodic holidays with pay.” (Article 24, UDHR).
We hope that this course fulfilled your expectations and that you are now able to:
- Explore how the Universal Declaration of Human Rights relates to your daily life
- Explain the significance of the UDHR to promote human dignity
- Justify the importance of upholding human rights
- Classify different types of discrimination
- Assess inequality in your community
- Contribute to the promotion of equality and non-discrimination
- Identify the impact of people standing up for human rights
- Engage in taking action for a more inclusive and participatory society
- Describe how the UDHR influenced the development of human rights laws and standards
You now have the knowledge and skills that you can confidently use to transform yourself into an agent of change. The end of this course should be the start or continuation to your journey into human rights. Please remember to share your actions on social media, for example on Twitter, Facebook or Instagram. We will be looking forward to hearing about the developments you have made.
Follow the links below to keep in touch!
You can continue the conversation with Amnesty International by engaging through our social media channels:
- You can follow updates from and contact the Human Rights Education Team on Facebook.
- You can subscribe to our Education blog or view it here.
- Follow our global Facebook and Twitter accounts.
- Learn more about human rights issues across the world on our global website.
- Read Amnesty’s global magazine, Wire, published to inform, inspire and empower people worldwide to take injustice personally. Wire is published four times a year in Arabic, English French and Spanish.