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Carter Center Podcast | How Do We Advance Human Rights?

December 2018 marked the 70th anniversary of the UN Declaration of Human Rights (UDHR). Listen to Carter Center Human Rights Program Director Laura Olson talk about how this Declaration started and what needs to be done now to advance human rights.

Also, see the Center’s newly released “Scripturally Annotated Universal Declaration of Human Rights.” This publication compiles biblical texts that demonstrate alignment with the UDHR.

Learn more about the Center’s Human Right’s Program »

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    Jane Stimson Hand on January 27, 2019 at 3:52 am

    Only one President in our lifetime has taken action on human rights. He first took action to address women’s rights. According to Ruth Bader Ginsberg, he appointed 39 women to the Federal Court in 4 years, including Sandra Day O’Connor and herself. He required the Treasury to audit the banks (government contractors) to assure that they were conforming to the EEO and Affirmative Action laws. Following that, if you looked at the officer ranks, it was clear that women had become 50% of the officers at many levels. While Jimmy Carter has supported human rights throughout his time in the public eye, I believe women should have large celebrations to honor of him for his accomplishments. None of the Presidents following him have taken any actions in this regard, they just talk. Congress has changed the EEO and Affirmative Action law so that it’s no longer the regulator for the industry but the Labor Department that overseas it for these companies.

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