The Vienna Declaration and Programme of Action was adopted by the World Conference on Human Rights in Vienna on 25 June 1993. It reaffirmed the principles that had evolved during the past 45 years and further strengthened the foundation for additional progress in the area of human rights. The recognition of interdependence between democracy, development and human rights, for example, prepared the way for future cooperation by international organizations and national agencies in the promotion of all human rights, including the right to development.
What Tavaana Students Have to Say
Ignorance grows in a closed environment, and this type of environment causes many problems for societies like Iran. I participated in this course to learn methods and strategies that aim to create an environment that makes it possible for human beings to think freely.
- Shadi, Technology and Human Rights course graduate