This year marks the 75th anniversary of one of the world’s most groundbreaking global pledges: the Universal Declaration of Human Rights. The theme this year is Freedom, Equality and Justice for All. Freedom from violence is a human right that we work toward everyday at New Hope. To learn more visit https://www.un.org/en/observances/human-rights-day
Universal Human Rights Month is an annual designation observed in December. This month and every month to follow, people all across the globe are encouraged to come together and stand up for equality, justice, and the dignity of all humans. December is a time to honor the Universal Declaration of Human Rights, an international document stating the basic rights and fundamental freedoms to which all human beings are entitled. These rights include freedom from discrimination, the right to equality, and the right to be considered innocent until proven guilty.
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Free and Confidential resources are available. Learn to identify the signs and tactics of abuse. Domestic violence can also be known as battering, intimate partner violence, and/or dating abuse. Partner abuse happens in all communities across all social, ethnic, racial, age, and economic lines.
New Hope engages survivors, stakeholders and communities to build an anti-violence movement. Using a trauma-informed practice, we work with those impacted by sexual and domestic violence, as well as those persons who use abuse in their intimate relationships. We are committed to practices that promote racial and gender equity, while also elevating persons living with disabilities, LGBTQAI+ identified persons and immigrants.