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30 ILLUSTRATED ARTICLES OF HUMAN RIGHTS

We released our first children's book, 30 Illustrated Articles of Human Rights. The unique and colourful characters teach young people what their human rights are. The book was created in collaboration with Artist, Emma Evans.

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ABOUT THE BOOK

In this beautifully illustrated book, each of the 30 articles of the Universal Declaration of Human Rights comes alive, inviting readers to explore the values that bind us all. From the right to education, to freedom of expression, and the importance of protecting our planet, children will discover the essence of what it means to be human.

 

Through engaging storytelling and vibrant illustrations, these enchanting illustrations help nurture a deep understanding of the principles that shape our world. Meet inspiring characters who stand up for what's right, encouraging young hearts to embrace empathy, kindness, and respect for others.

As you flip through the colourful pages, you'll embark on a thought-provoking adventure, igniting your imagination and encouraging you to be a catalyst for change. This captivating journey empowers you to recognise your rights, celebrate diversity, and advocate for a better world where every voice is heard.

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ABOUT THE ARTIST

Emma Evans is an Illustrator based in Manchester. Originally from Leeds, she moved to Manchester to study Fashion and fell in love with the city. She now considers herself a fiercely proud Mancunian, drawing inspiration from the city and pouring it into her work. Emma’s work inspires and uplifts the public. Centred around positivity and empowerment, her work reflects her love of people, culture, travel and community.

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INTERVIEWS

Illustrations, tattoos and human rights education with Emma Evans ๐ŸŽจโœจ

Illustrations, tattoos and human rights education with Emma Evans ๐ŸŽจโœจ

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