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DPP Marks International Human Rights Day

  • News
  • 10 Dec 2012

10 December is International Human Rights Day.

This year marks the 64th anniversary of the adoption of the Universal Declaration of Human Rights.

We are pleased to mark this important day with the launch of our short video which provides a snapshot of the organisation and an insight into our work from a range of people.

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