Universal Declaration of Human Rights

Free Polazzo friendlysystems at mindspring.com
Sat Sep 19 14:39:08 JEST 1998


Friends,

Please excuse me if this duplicates another copy of this message from other
sources. 
I didn't see SAYMA's list on the recipients.

Free Polazzo

>Subject: Universal Declaration of Human Rights
>
>To celebrate the 50th Anniversary of the Universal Declaration of  Human
>Rights, Amnesty International is collecting signatures for a pledge to
>support this very important United Nations declaration. Amnesty already
>has 3 million signatures (real and virtual) world wide, and wants 8
>million (which would be 1% of the world's population).  The UN Secretary
>General has already agreed to receive the pledge as a tangible statement
>of the people of the world's commitment to an international agenda of
>human rights.
>
>The simplest way to add your name to the pledge is to send an e-mail to:
>
>     udhr50th at amnesty.org.au
>
>     Put YOUR NAME in the SUBJECT and the following text in the message:
>
>     "I support the rights and freedoms in the Universal Declaration of
>     Human Rights for all people, everywhere."
>
>or go to AI's website at
>http://www.rights.amnesty.org/english/signup/index.html
>
>Pass this message to as many people as you can.  The emails need to be
>received by December 10, 1998.
>
>--
>Liz Perch
>Conference Coordinator
>Friends General Conference
>1216 Arch Street #2B
>Philadelphia, PA  19107
>(215)561-1700
>lizp at fgc.quaker.org
>http://www.quaker.org/fgc
>
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