On the occasion of the 70th anniversary of human rights, Virtual Activism, in collaboration with Southern New Hampshire University’s Community Engagement Center, and the graphics design department organized a human rights day celebration.
The graphic design students created posters in the graphic design class to celebrate the occasion. An exhibition of their posters was posted around school in public places. Students also created a human rights booklet.
Other UN posters were also printed and exhibited around campus in different areas. This helped raise awareness of human rights issues.
In the evening, approximately 40 students and faculty attended a film showing at Walker Auditorium, of Anote’s Ark, which discussed environmental threats due to climate change.