NOTE: I screened all of these entries personally. If you naisumite a poem, but don't see it up here, it's because you didn't follow one of the link. If I doubted a poem's relation to the theme and asked you to justify it, and you did not justify it at all, or well, then you won't find your poem here. If you didn't reply to my tanong asking you to fix your poem so it fit into the five rules linked above, then your poem won't be here. This is to clear up any confusion.
If, however, you did follow all the rules and don't see it up here, it was probably due to human error, so sa pamamagitan ng all means e-mail...
December 1st is World AIDS Day, which makes it the perfect araw to begin Human Rights Awareness buwan here on Fanpop.
Now the disease itself is not a human rights concern. True, the HIV epidemic is devastating, but we can't charge the virus with human rights violations. What is a human rights concern is the lack of preventative measures, as well as treatment for those infected, the world over. Secondly, the stigma of being HIV positive is still a pinagmulan of major discrimination. And that is definitely a human rights concern.
In order to help with the discrimination problem, the World AIDS araw Official...
Millions are vulnerable to HIV infection through lack of prevention & those living with HIV don't have access to treatment & care. Universal access to HIV prevention, treatment & care is the key to ending the global AIDS epidemic.
Following the format of the link in January of this year, the Human Rights Spot is sponsoring the Fanpop Human Rights mga tula contest for Human Rights Awareness buwan in December.
Rules 1) All poems naisumite must be related, in some way, shape or form, to the human rights theme. 2) Poems may have been written at any time, so long as they are the property of the submitting user. 3) Poems must be sixty lines or less, or under 400 words. 4) Submissions are limited to one poem per user. 5) The deadline for submitting mga tula is November 24th.
Hello, fellow human rights enthusiasts! We're three months away from the winter solstice, which has long since been a time for loving, giving, and charity in several religions the world over. That's right, I'm talking about December! The buwan of Christmas, Hanukkah, Bodhi Day, Al Hijra, Kwanzaa, Zarathosht Diso, Ashura-- You know!
I strive to think of a religion that doesn't have a holiday in December. Hinduism doesn't have one this year, but soon enough, Diwali, the Festival of Lights, will be in December again, and then it will.
At any rate, humanitarians have a very important araw in December...
Salesian Missions has launched its first-ever awareness campaign, complete with a campaign slogan (What's your mission?), new national telebisyon commercial and new campaign website (www.findyourmission.org).
PSI's global ambassador and board member, Ashley Judd, calls for the world's attention on World Malaria araw 2009 as part of the global VOICES for a Malaria-Free Future. Find out madami at www.malariafreefuture.org/Rwanda