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The state of the world's human rights

12 December 2008

Fired Up for human rights in pictures

Fired Up for human rights in pictures
Hundreds of people around the world have taken part in actions to celebrate the 60th anniversary of the Universal Declaration of Human Rights. From Bangladesh to Burkina Faso, Australia to Austria and Paraguay to the Philippines, thousands of people lit candles, fires or flames as part of a mass demonstration in support of human rights.

Amnesty International has been collecting photos of actions by groups and individuals, the images are displayed below.

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Thousands get Fired Up for human rights (News, 10 December 2008)
Universal Declaration of Human Rights 60th anniversary

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