Italian National Committee (AIAPI) organizes
every year an exhibition devoted to the 'Human Rights Arts'
at the Fondazione Campana dei Caduti Rovereto. Images of the
works are available on the AIAPI website, www.aiapi.it,
as well as on their Facebook page: https://Facebook.com/aiapitalia.
2013, the National Committee of Costa
Rica organised an exhibition on the Human Rights.
Please, see the catalogue,
many full-color pictures [PDF].
Africa. Art for Human Rights
One of the SANAVA's affiliated organisations, Art for Humanity,
is particularly working on Human Rights at the Durban University,
Province of KwaZulu-Natal.
Of particular interest would be the project in terms of which
a number of specific visual artists are linked in partneship
with individual projects to create artworks addressing clauses
in the SA National Constitution dealing with Human Rights.
The project, covering the broad theme of the arts, human rights
and democracy, to which artists and poets are responding? addresses
clauses such as equality (art.9), human dignity (art.10), life
(art.11), freedomand security of the person, slavery, servitude
and forced labour (art.13),privacy (art. 14), freedom of religion,
belief and opinion (art.15), freedom of expression (art. 16),assembly,
demonstration, picket and petition (art. 17), freedom of association
(art. 18), political rights (art. 19), citizenship (art.20),
freedom of movement and residence (art.21), freedom of trade,
occupation and profession (art. 22), labour relations (art.23),
environment (art.24), property (art.25), housing (art.26), health
care, food, water and social security (art.27), children (art.28),
education (art.29), lenguage and culture (art. 30), cultural,
religious and linguistic communities ( art. 31), access to information
(art.32), just administrative action ( art.33), access to courts
(art.34), arrested, detained and accused persons (art.35).
the August newsletter of Art for Humanity here