The Hope and Human Rights

Speaker Series

An Inspirational Evening with
Jack Healey
Human Rights Action Center

Jack Healey is a world-renown human rights activist and pioneer. Called “Mr. Human Rights” by U.S. News and World Report, Healey’s focus has been on inspiring the youth to support non-violent activism that would push back oppressive governments and societies.

An effective and innovative leader in the human rights movement for 50 years, Jack has helped move the topic of human rights from closed-door diplomatic negotiations to widespread awareness, public debate, and direct citizen action.

He has worked to make human rights a major focus of government advocacy organizations, and individuals around the world. The Human Rights Action Center (HRAC) is a voice for the voiceless and an advocate for human rights for all the world. HRAC partners with leaders in the creative arts world (music, theatre, film, written word) to focus awareness on areas of critical importance in the struggle for human rights and lend a hand to some of the less-publicized cases of human rights abuse and neglect.

A major initiative of the HRAC initiative is to have the Universal Declaration of Human Rights printed in all passports. Please see the Support HRAC page on their website for more information about helping in the work.

Human Rights Action Center

The Human Rights Action Center was founded by Jack Healey, the world-renowned human rights activist and pioneer. An effective and innovative leader in the human rights movement for 50 years, Mr. Healeyy helped move the topic of human rights from closed-door diplomatic negotiations to widespread awareness, public debate and direct citizen action. Colleagues credit him with making human rights a major focus of governments, advocacy organization and individuals around the world.