NN Explains: Rights and What You Ought to Have

Author: Xiao Ming Tang
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To learn more about basic human rights, you could start with this primer by Amnesty International and then the illustrated version of the Universal Declaration of Human Rights, also available in Arabic, Chinese, French, Russian and Spanish. Here are resources for educators and students who want to discuss human rights.

Explore stories on New Naratif about people all over Southeast Asia standing up for their rights or the rights of others:

Xiao Ming Tang

Tang Xiao Ming is a illustrator based in Selangor, Malaysia. His work portrays interesting and quirky characters in surreal states, injecting an emotional quality into his style to connect with his viewers. His works can be found at www.imtxm.com or instagram @imtxm. Reach him at xiaomingtxm@hotmail.com

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