Together, let’s imagine a better future.

What about you? What are your ideas about the human rights of the future?

The Universal Declaration of Human Rights adopted in 1948 is a guiding light for all who believe in equal rights throughout the world. Thirty fundamental articles lay the cornerstone of the inherent dignity of the human condition.


But new challenges are emerging, from climate crises and digital rights, to transhumanism and growing inequalities. Should we reassess the rights of the future?


FIDH’s mission is to ponder this – a reflection to be carried out together – and work towards a new model for a just and equitable society.

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FIDH wants to understand the concerns of citizens around the world about the human rights of the future. In order to better analyse your ideas and take them into consideration in the development of our responses, we need to understand your age and where you live. In order to send you a report of this work, we propose to communicate (on a voluntary basis only) your email address. We guarantee the confidentiality of your data. Your data will only be processed by FIDH for statistical purposes. And destroyed in December 2022, the end of the citizen consultation on the human rights of the future.

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  • Agathe Agathe, 33 ans, Strasbourg


  • Dufour Marie Alix, 28 ans, Paris

    IN THE FUTURE, WOMEN SHOULD BE FREE OF fear, fear of men, fear of themselves and their power
    women should not have to explain themselves
    women should be able to stand up for themselves

  • , 35 ans, Paris

    IN THE FUTURE, human rights education will be accessible to all

  • Eva M, 33 ans, Paris

    IN THE (near) FUTURE, fossil fuel companies should not exist. They are threatening our right to life.