THE MOST INSPIRING DIGITAL
HEROES OF THE YEAR
Discover more than two dozen inspiring and uplifting true stories of heroes and heroines using digital and social media to advance human rights. Get your copy of Human Liberty 2.0 by Matthew Daniels JD, PhD, available from Simon & Schuster on June 11, 2019.
“I have known Matt Daniels for several years. Matt gets it. He understands the direct tie between freedom and national security.”
“Matthew Daniels’ idea of establishing a global web and social networking movement seems to me important and timely. I have known Matthew for many years and have been most impressed with his dedication, intelligence, and the breadth of his organizational efforts. Everyone knows the extraordinary power of the web . . . and it is hard to imagine a successful human rights movement today that does not harness that power for the cause of peace.”
“This initiative has drawn millions through its message of universal rights. Spreading the message about these principles through a concerted effort similar to what was done during the Cold War would expose the bankruptcy of violent ideologies and their ability to attract followers would wither.”
“This educational campaign highlights the fact that the principles of the Universal Declaration can provide a common framework for freedom in our increasingly diverse and digitally mediated society.”
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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).