Films – Universal Declaration of Human Rights

Voices of Hope: A UDHR Celebration
Source: HRE USA
Content: Hear students and advocates from around the world reciting the Universal Declaration of Human Rights.
Time: 6:50 minutes
Audience: All ages

Declarations
Source: Adam Stone
Content: Inspired by the Universal Declaration of Human Rights (UDHR), and the art and writing of feminist painter Saribenne Evesong (1931-2009), Declarations uses art, and the art of movement, to examine empathy as a facilitator of sustainable love, peace, and justice.
Time: 4:45 minutes
Audience: middle school – adults

UDHR @ 70: Perspective
Source: United Nations, 2017
Content: An animated review of the kinds of rights included in the 30 Articles of the UDHR, how they are protected, and how they have involved.
Time: 4 minutes
Audience: middle school – adults

The Universal Declaration of Human Rights Video
Source: United Nations, 2017
Content: Reviews the history and main principles of the UDHR.
Time: 6:10 minutes
Audience: middle school – adults
Lesson Suggestions: What are Universal Human Rights

The Universal Declaration of Human Rights
Source: Human Rights Action Center, 2008
Content: An animated video about the UDHR.
Time: 4:30 minutes
Audience: middle school – adults

The Universal Declaration of Human Rights Video
Source: Amnesty International
Content: Brings to life each of the 30 articles of the UDHR with a lively animated cartoon.
Time: 22 minutes
Audience: middle school – adults

Human Rights
Source: E-politik.de.
Content: an Animated video that explains human rights concepts. Reviews types of rights included the UDHR and the challenge of enforcing them.
Time: 8:39 minutes
Audience: middle school – adults

Human Rights In Two Minutes
Source: Amnesty Switzerland
Content: Animated video aimed at young teens.
Time: 2:30 minutes
Audience: middle school

Ted-ED: “What are the universal human rights?
Source: Ted-ED, Benedetta Berti
Content: 
The basic idea of human rights is that each one of us, no matter who we are or where we are born, is entitled to the same basic rights and freedoms. That may sound straightforward enough, but it gets incredibly complicated as soon as anyone tries to put the idea into practice. What exactly are the basic human rights? Who gets to pick them? Who enforces them—and how?
Audience: middle school – adults