Going Blue: Buildings illuminated in blue in support of human rights

BC Place Stadium
Vancouver
Canada
City Hall
Brussels
Belgium
CN Tower
Toronto
Canada
Empire State Building
New York
USA
Flinders Street Station
Melbourne
Australia
The National Historic Landmark Freedom Tower at Miami Dade College
Miami
USA
Gran Torre Santiago
Santiago
Chile
Grand Place
Brussels
Belgium
Jet d’Eau
Geneva
Switzerland
John Hancock Center
Chicago
USA
The London Eye
London
UK
The Montréal Tower
Montréal
Canada
Beirut National Museum
Beirut
Lebanon
Paulskirche
Frankfurt
Germany
Peace Palace
The Hague
The Netherlands
Qatar Foundation
Doha
Qatar
Ministry of Foreign Affairs
Doha
Qatar
Ministry of Interior
Doha
Qatar
Museum of Islamic Art
Doha
Qatar
Sheraton Grand Doha Resort & Convention Hotel
Doha
Qatar
San Francisco City Hall
San Francisco
USA
Somerset House
London
UK
State Library of NSW
Sydney
Australia
The Capital Wheel
Washington DC
USA
Tollwood Festival
Munich
Germany
3D Toronto Sign
Toronto
Canada
Vancouver Convention Centre
Vancouver
Canada

 

From New York to Beirut—Santiago to Sydney, landmarks across the globe will shine blue in solidarity with the human rights movement and the values we work to defend. Find out where in the world we’re shining blue, and how you can get involved on Human Rights Day 2018. Use this day to start a conversation with your community about the importance of human rights, and what we can all do to protect them.

 

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