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Humanitarian Crisis
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Tasks / Universal Declaration Of Human Rights.

Post a copy of the UN's Universal Declaration of Human Rights in your workplace lunch room. Document how long it takes for HR (or somebody else) to take it down.

Universal Declaration of Human Rights

Please get a photo of the document in place.

If you happen to be present when the document is removed, please get a photo of the person for evidence during their trial.

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Level 1
In the zone of: Humanitarian Crisis
Created by Moist

Terms: mayistealyouridea

19 completed :: 35 in progress
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posted by susy derkins on May 24th, 2008 9:00 PM

This is a piece of what´s all about: tasking in lunchrooms!
The Declaration wasn´t this sad before...

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posted by Adam on September 10th, 2009 8:08 AM

I had to study this in Law, it's a really interesting document with lots of implications for criminal law. I intend to post it up in my shared kitchen and the restaurant at University, these are lunch rooms, no?

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posted by Jellybean of Thark on September 11th, 2009 6:47 PM

Those are lunchrooms, yes.

Also, thanks for reminding me about this.

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posted by teucer on September 10th, 2009 8:26 AM

When I was a junior in high school there was a copy affixed to my backpack to piss off people of a certain political bent.

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posted by Mistress MeiMei on September 15th, 2009 10:20 AM

i believe theres some kind of implication that if they remove it they /will/ be put on trial. forgive me my ignorance, but is it illegal to remove the declaration of human rights if its put up?

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posted by Dax Tran-Caffee on September 20th, 2009 9:11 AM

Articles 13(1) are 20(1) are my favorite.

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posted by Amithy Ilexa on October 14th, 2009 12:03 PM

What if you work for and with people who wouldn't remove it?

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posted by Sean Mahan on October 14th, 2009 1:42 PM

The various posters and fliers businesses are obliged to display (at least in the US/Cali/SF: minimum wage, grievances, etc) have always given me a weird feeling. They're a reminder that you're on the weak side of a power relationship, even if you like your job/boss/HR person/whatever. To the extent that the Declaration is a similar reminder of this, I think it would still be interesting to see how that affects one's perception of working for/with yourself/friends.

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posted by Picø ҉ ØwO on March 24th, 2010 6:21 AM

I plan to do this soon. My theory is that everyone at my work will assume someone above them put it there and it isn't their place to remove it. I'm fairly certain that neither the Library Board members nor the Library Director ever go in the lunch room. We shall soon find out.

Article 12
posted by David Hayman on June 22nd, 2010 11:40 AM

If you think about it, every time you eavesdrop, you violate it. I mean, "because I was curious" is about as arbitrary as it gets.

My original intent...
posted by Moist on August 26th, 2011 2:22 PM

My original intent when I posted this was to see these put up next to the other HR notices about worker rights that employers must post, usually in lunch rooms.

I have to admit, some of the creative interpretations of this task have been amazing. The Dutch/French version on a dictator monument was an amazing way to spruce up that monument.


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Dutch and French versions to follow. So I've had to modify this task somewhat due to the fact that I am not currently working due to an ongoing completion of a different task. There are few real monsters in the history of humanity. Most atrocitie...

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Two weeks ago, during my ten minute break (what else am I supposed to do on a ten effing minute break?) I posted the Universal Declaration of Human Rights in the Public Library faculty lounge in Northlake, IL. I trusted that from then on out they wo...

15 + 35 points :: 1 comment :: 7 votes

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*snickers*

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February 9, 2010: 20 copies posted. Life beats down and crushes the soul, and art reminds you that you have one. --Stella Adler She might as well have said, "Lowell beats down and crushes your soul, and art would remind you that you had one if you c...

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