Cube exhibition in Kungsträdgården

By on August 7, 2017

Young people take over Stockholm and fill Kungsträdgården with creative interpretations of human rights. 30 cubes about human rights and human obligations are gathered in Kungsträdgården in an exhibition. It is a cube for every human right based on the UN Declaration of Human Rights. The exhibition is opened by Jan Eliasson, former Deputy Secretary General of the United Nations.

Raoul Wallenberg Academy has distributed 30 human rights cubes in 30 schools. With the help of a large cube of steel and educational material, students have learned more about human rights and created the cubes with their creative interpretations of the human rights they were held responsible for. Unique for this year is that schools in Belgrade, Budapest, Paris and New York participate.

The exhibition will be open September 1st at 11.00-12.00 with speech and music on the big stage in Kungsträdgården. The cubes are open 1-3 September at 11.00-18.00 for the public.

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