We invite you to the most festive non-event of the year!
The 10th of December is International Human Rights Day and to mark the occasion, we give everyone who receives this invitation an excellent opportunity to not buy a stunning evening dress or tuxedo, as the Estonian Human Rights Centre will not be cracking open bottles of champagne or rolling out the red carpet for people to bask in the flashing lights of cameras as guests at the most coveted soiree of the year.
We invite you to celebrate International Human Rights Day by doing whatever you like as part of this non-event – jump in puddles with your children (at the moment, this seems more likely than going sledging); go visit a friend you haven’t seen for a year despite both of you promising to meet up; watch a good movie that goes with the day, e.g. Hotel Rwanda, Selma, Philadelphia or Pride; or decide that you will make all the Christmas presents for your family yourself and start doing so straightaway.
The Estonian Human Rights Centre works hard every day to be the independent leader of the human rights movement in Estonia by enabling you to do something for human rights. We invite you to support our activities by taking part in the most unpretentious non-event at the end of the year.
After donating, show your support on Facebook:
- Going – I support the Estonian Human Rights Centre with a donation or am becoming a permanent donor of the Centre
- Interested – I would like to support the Estonian Human Rights Centre with a donation but have to find my ID card reader first
- Ignore – Human rights, shuman shrights.
For those participants who cannot use Estonian bank accounts for your non-event tickets/donations, please use the following bank transfer details.
Recipient: Sihtasutus Eesti Inimoiguste Keskus
Recipient address: Parda 4, 10151 Tallinn, Estonia
Bank: Swedbank AS
Bank address: Liivalaia 8, 15040 Tallinn, Estonia.
Explanation: Human Rights Day Non-Event donation
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It is important to protect everyone’s human rights, because it helps to keep stability and peace in the society. There are many challenges for protection of human rights in Estonia: intolerance has really come out of the closet. Bad things happen when good people are too passive, but together we can make a change.
Estonian Human Rights Centre is the competent, accountable and impactful independent human rights organisation in Estonia. Your recurring or one-time donation helps to stand up for human rights everywhere: in courts, in the media, in schools, in the workplace, on the streets and in governmental venues.
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