Human Rights in Everyday Life

The universal statement of human rights lends itself as a framework for an urban society based on solidarity and tolerance. If everyday life is inspired by respect for human rights, this culture will not only encompass the sphere of legal and municipal authorities, but touch all areas of human coexistence, including education, culture, the housing and labour markets.

The spectrum of human rights activities goes from counselling in individual cases and concrete intervention by the anti-discrimination office to purposeful preventive activities in the form of self-commitments and honouring of best practice, right through to the integration of human rights in education processes, both in schools and in extra-curricular activities.

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