As a society, we become stronger when we engage with each other and try to learn from each other. Since the Rumi Forum is also dedicated to social justice and community cohesions we would like to hear what our audience, as young adults, have to say about human rights.
In order to achieve that, we are happy to announce that we have just released a survey, which was also mentioned in the second blog post. With the scope of the survey, we aim to engage with our audience by providing an opportunity for them to deliver their thoughts about human rights. Your contribution to the survey is very important for us. The objective of this survey is also to shape our project, which includes, but is not limited to interviews, panels, and blog posts, with the views of the audience.
In addition to that, we are aware that as a global society, unfortunately, we witness human rights violations every day. Even though it does not necessarily mean that human rights violations take place more often today, but with the development of the technology they became more visible and observable. However, developing technology not only makes them visible but also makes it easier for individuals to mobilize and stand up for human rights. In the survey, we are also interested in hearing about how you respond to current events and if you think society predominantly responds to issues that are more related to their own identity.
Your response will allow us to form a project with the goal of addressing the issues that our audience desires to explore more. Please take a moment to fill out the survey before November 6th! Your contribution is highly appreciated.