Los Angeles, California; August 12, 2020 – We are all born free and equal in dignity and rights. To increase global awareness of the first two articles of the Universal Declaration of Human Rights, the UN Human Rights Office teamed up with The Krim Group and renowned photographer Justin Wu to relaunch the “World is in Our Hands” initiative in support of OHCHR's #StandUp4HumanRights campaign.

Jazz Jennings supports equality through the World is in Our Hands.
Jazz Jennings supports equality through the World is in Our Hands.
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The challenge kicked-off on International Youth Day, August 12th, 2020, Spain’s leading singer/songwriter Pablo Alboran, teen author/activist Jazz Jennings and actress/artist Nia Sioux each sharing an iconic photo taken by Justin Wu, paired with a personal message expressing their stance on the importance of standing up for human rights. They also issued a call to action, encouraging their audience to share their own messages. The “World Is in Our Hands” message will be amplified through a partnership with Variety.

Nia Sioux supports equality through the World is in Our Hands.
Nia Sioux supports equality through the World is in Our Hands.
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Pablo Alboran supports equality through the World is in Our Hands.
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Join the community. Stand up for human rights, The World is in Our Hands
Join the community. Stand up for human rights, The World is in Our Hands
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Source: The Krim Group

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