Exercise your 19th Freedom
Did you know that in 1948, long before the advent of the Internet, you were guaranteed the human right to access and submit information through the Internet without limitation or artificial barriers? The Universal Declaration of Human Rights was drafted and signed by scholars and world leaders after World War II, and the 19th Article says the following...
“ Everyone has the right to freedom of opinion and expression; this right includes freedom to hold opinions without interference and to seek, receive and impart information and ideas through any media and regardless of frontiers.” — Article 19: The Universal Declaration of Human Rights
In short, the 19th Freedom guarantees every person on earth the inalienable right to Internet access, without censorship, interference, or interruption. The American Holiday of Juneteenth should remind us that unfiltered information grants a real and transformative power for all people. Millions of people are being artificially deprived of their personal freedoms, and it is incumbent upon us to fight for their rights when they are unable to do so themselves. By standing up for their rights, we are ensuring our own. Please sign our Global Online Conscience Declaration today.
Good of All is a 501(c)3 nonprofit organization and international movement committed to the promotion of basic human rights and the dignity of all human beings. By signing the form above you are affirming your support of the Global Online Conscience Declaration. We ask that you share your declaration with your friends, encourage them to also take action, and be on the lookout for monthly email alerts from Good of All where we will expose abuses of the 19th Freedom in the US and worldwide on or around the 19th of each month.