Right /rīt/: that which is morally correct, just, or honorable: “the difference between right and wrong”.
Today is Human Rights Day. By definition, a Human Right is that which is morally correct, just or honorable for a person to have. What does this include? Food, water, shelter, clothing? How about education? Access to medical care? Freedom?
Take a moment today to consider what is just and honorable and join Strong Women, Strong World in working to support programs that focus on human rights for the most vulnerable.