A Heart for the 30 Human Rights
Everyone have rights. Right on life, on freedom, to security. Each person on earth has thirty basic rights, the human rights. Those rights give also duties. The duty live together and to respect each other, do no pain or damage to each other. Human rights give direction to our existence.
There are 30 rights. Rights which apply to all people on earth. These rights are defined in the document which is called the universal declaration of human rights. Human rights were signed in 1948, by the United Nations.
Around us we find many images of heart forms.
I have photographed and collected them for several years and now, for this book, combined with the 30 human rights. So now we have a reminder that the scraped, painted, luminous, or iron hearts should stand for our cordiality.