United States
December 10, 2006 2:42pm CST
Considering everything going on in the world today, how important do you think it is to have a day like this? And do you think it makes any real difference, especially where ever you are from or currently live?
2 responses
@MrNiceGuy (4147)
• United States
20 Dec 06
I think its great to have this idea, but global human rights right now are a joke issue. The UN does NOTHING to help its members Human Rights records. The UN group for Human Rights includes China, Cuba, and other HUGE violators. It's a joke how the international community tries to take it seriously but they are all such hypocrites.
• United States
20 Dec 06
I agree. What I really don't understand is just how blatant all the problems of the world are and how simple the sulotions can be. My conspiracy theory is, the powers that be know it would take money out of their pockets to do the right thing for their people. I include the United States in that as well.
@nidahali (446)
• Pakistan
10 Dec 06
This day if celebrated seriously can bring a lot of positive changes in the world, like it can open our eyes to different perpectives in lives and help us see things from another person's angle. We should learn to see things from other peoples' shoes so that we would be able to see the complete picture and not let anyone show us anything different.