Human Liberty 2.0

“All human beings are born free and equal in
dignity and rights”

Human Liberty 2.0 is more than a book. It’s a movement. What started as a non-profit human rights education movement to raise awareness of extreme human rights violations in countries such as North Korea has expanded to all corners of the world.

Early Achievements

Human Liberty conceived and supported the launch of an academic center at Yonsei University’s Graduate School of International Studies and has developed educational videos documenting the suffering of North Korean refugees and labor camp survivors.

The project also recruited Hogan Lovells, a leading global law firm, to produce an independent legal opinion on genocide by the North Korean regime that received extensive coverage in the UK, US and Korea and was the subject of Congressional hearings in 2014.

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Matthew Daniels JD, PhD

Matthew Daniels JD, PhD is the founder of the Human Liberty movement and author of Human Liberty 2.0. A law professor and social entrepreneur, Daniels teaches law and human rights on three continents. He holds a Chair of Law & Human Rights at the Institute of World Politics in Washington, D.C., as well as academic appointments in the UK and South Korea. He is a digital media producer who has been a leader in promoting universal rights through digital video and the creative educational use of other forms of digital and social media. He is the founder of Good of All (www.goodofall.org) and creator and producer of the Human Rights Network (www.universalrights.com).

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