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NATO celebrates Human Rights Day (WITH SUBS)

10 Dec 2020 16:58

Synopsis

Human rights are fundamental to NATO’s essential and enduring purpose. For over 70 years, NATO has been committed to preserving freedom, justice and peace. Join us today – and everyday – as we celebrate Human Rights Day.

Teaser

Human rights have been at the centre of NATO’s essential purpose for over 70 years.

Transcript

TEXT ON SCREEN HUMAN RIGHTS ARE THE BASIS FOR FREEDOM JUSTICE AND PEACE IN THE WORLD IN 1949 THE NORTH ATLANTIC TREATY PAVED THE WAY FOR THE BIRTH OF NATO INSPIRING HOPES FOR PEACE, SOLIDARITY AND THE DEFENCE OF SHARED DEMOCRATIC VALUES. US President Harry S. Truman, 1949 AUDIO DESCRIPTION Harry S. Truman, President of the United States (1949) "If there is anything certain today, if there is anything inevitable in the future, it is the will of the people of the world for freedom and for peace.” TEXT ON SCREEN THE GOAL TO SAFEGUARD HARD-WON FREEDOMS HAS NEVER CHANGED KEEPING OUR PEOPLE SAFE AND THEIR LIBERTIES GUARANTEED FOR OVER 70 YEARS

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01 Dec 2020 12:00
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