Human Rights Action Center
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Human Rights Action Center (HRAC) is based in Washington, D.C. and is a non-profit 501(c)(3) organization.
- Founder, Jack Healey
- "Arranged funding for the rebuilding of a garment factory in Bosnia. It now employs over 900 women.
- Produced the 50th Anniversary event of the Universal Declaration Of Human Rights for the United Nations with Wynton Marsalis and Luciano Pavarotti.
- Produced an album with Jason Rothberg and Ark21 in honor of Eleanor Roosevelt, re: The Universal Declaration Of Human Rights called Punks For Human Rights.
- Consultant to the Human Rights Fund Of Haiti
- Consultant the the Free Burma Campaign
- Visited Aung San Suu Kyi in Burma as well as sending a team of photographers to obtain footage of her for the movement.
- Consultant to Groovefest, the longest running musical event in the human rights movement.
- Annually produce an event to remember the Universal Declaration Of Human Rights with artists like Natalie Merchant, Urge, Special Beat, Perry Farrell, Francis Dunnery, Mike Watt, Glen Phillips, Wynton Marsalis.
- Produced a concert in Bankok for Aung San Suu Kyi in 1999.
- Given over 50 speeches at conferences and colleges.
- Promotes a campaign to ask governments to print the Universal Declaration Of Human Rights in their passports.
- Advise and direct campaigns of other non-profit organizations in the the field of human rights and youth work.
- Published articles in the Washington Post regarding Northern Ireland (rerun in the International Herald Tribune and Houston Chronicle) and over the world about the future of human rights."