Thank You! for joining us at “The Power of Literature and Human Rights” discussion at LSE’s Literary Festival.
We hope you enjoyed the inspiring debate with Authors:
Marina Nemat, Gabriella Ambrosio and Novel Rights Founder Vered Cohen-Barzilay.
To these of you who have missed the event, the Audio recording is now available to listen and download
Literary Festival 2013: The Power of Literature and Human Rights
*Video and Photos by Tamar Levi
What Is “Novel Rights”?
Novel Rights is a human rights ePublishing house operating through a model of Social Enterprise. It utilizes the power of literature to drive change and motivate people to take action in an innovative way, and so makes a very important contribution to the promotion of human rights values and protection of human rights.
• Inspire the world to fully embrace and implement the values and principals of the Universal Declaration of Human Rights.
• Making the power of literature to drive a change recognized and utilized.
• Nurture the power of authors whose sensitivity and intellectual ability to grasp the reality in its complicity is asset humanity has not been wise enough to take advantage of.
• Recognize the power of every human to make a social change.
Novel Rights’ innovative work is where we tie together the unnoticed genre of Human Rights Literature with the dynamically growing e-reading market and link them to human rights campaigns and organizations.
Novel Rights is determined to bring knowledge and promote Human Rights & Literature through our e-Pub, events and workshops.