Let's Build an Estonia of Mutual Respect for All

Let's Build an Estonia of Mutual Respect for All

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How does your donation help?

How does your donation help?

How will your donation help?

Become a supporter of Estonian Human Rights Centre. This is vital because:

1.     It’s important to protect everyone’s human rights, as that helps to keep the society stable and peaceful. There are many challenges when it comes to human rights in Estonia that are not sufficiently addressed. 

2.     The subject of human rights is far too important to be left only to be dealt by politicians or public servants. Especially as they have not done well in terms of protecting human rights so far.

3.     Bad things often happen because good people tend to be overly passive. You can help and your help is needed right now.

It is particularly important to protect human rights when there are difficult times in the world: technology is developing rapidly and changing both society and economic models, international terrorism is feeding fears and prejudices, and populist movements are gathering support in many democratic countries. Countries with a strong civil society and respect for human rights are doing a better job meeting modern challenges.

Estonia has not remained untouched by the developments in the world. Intolerance and people who are against human rights have come out of the closet In Estonia. They are well organised and financed. Their tools include intimidation, fear-mongering and emphasising old prejudices. They must be confronted. The Estonian Human Rights Centre is the best place to contribute in the field of human rights, for in six years we have proven to be a competent, responsible and effective organisation. We are not afraid of being principled, but we shall always be constructive. We have no connections with any political parties, nor do we relay on the state. Our strategy EIK2020 has set an objective to rely fully on permanent donators and volunteering in core activities by 2020.

Many ideas that are waiting to be executed shall enable us to better protect human rights. Among other things, we plan to:

- publish a report “Human Rights in Estonia 2016–2017” in December

- organise a Diversity Day

- create a web-based e-instructions on human rights to make human rights more available for people

- visit county centres and schools to talk about human rights

- fight in court strategically for every person’s human rights

Donate already today, as now is the critical time that calls for support.

www.humanrights.ee

 

4 647.45 / 6 000.00 €
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