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#Askthefuture: Have your say about the human rights of the future!

The International Federation for Human Rights (FIDH) aims to explore this and work towards a new model for a fair and equitable society—a process of reflection to be carried out together. Because YOUR ideas count.

FIDH is therefore launching a worldwide citizen consultation in the framework of its centenary: the #Askthefuture campaign.

We invite you to contribute on the FIDH100.org centenary website, in French, in English or in Spanish.

Open to all, regardless of age, location, gender or nationality, this consultation will take place from 15 June to 31 December 2022.

In parallel to this online system, a series of face-to-face workshops for 16-25-year-olds are held with FIDH partners in Paris, Brussels, and Geneva. The aim is to raise awareness among future generations of the universalist ideal upheld by FIDH: the same rights for everyone, everywhere.

For example, on 18 June 2022, the Youth District of the City of Paris (located at 4, place du Louvre 75001 Paris) will host from 2 and 6 pm four sessions of playful workshops open to young people to address the following three questions:
 how are the police of tomorrow?
 how can we push our politicians to act on the issue of global warming?
 what rights do our digital avatars have in the metaverse?

The workshops will be led by mediators from the City of Paris and experts from our French member organisation, the Ligue des droits de l’Homme (LDH).

 Sign up here (in French)
 For more information (in French), click here.

Several opportunities for exchange and feedback on this citizen consultation will be on the programme of FIDH’s centenary between now and December 2022. To find out about them, keep an eye on the Centenary Agenda.

To act is the best way to hope!
And sharing your opinion is a great way to get involved. See you on #Askthefuture!