Human Liberty 2.0 : Advancing Universal Rights in the Digital Age
by Matthew Daniels and James G. Stavridis


Overview - A powerful look at the real-life heroes and heroines who have changed the world using social media to advance the cause of human rights and dignity.

Human Liberty 2.0 showcases the inspiring stories of teens and adults channeling the power of digital and social media in order to make the world a better place.  Read more...


 
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Overview
A powerful look at the real-life heroes and heroines who have changed the world using social media to advance the cause of human rights and dignity.

Human Liberty 2.0 showcases the inspiring stories of teens and adults channeling the power of digital and social media in order to make the world a better place. Rather than perpetuating negative online practices like trolling or bullying, ordinary individuals have found creative ways to use the internet to shine the light of hope, compassion, and freedom into some of the darkest recesses of our society and world. These largely unsung heroes and heroines of the Digital Age are advancing the cause of universal rights in new ways at home and abroad. Both young and old, these digital Good Samaritans exemplify the internet at its best--as a tool for engaging us all in the promotion of our common human dignity, even across boundaries of geography and culture. Like Chicken Soup for the Soul but with a modern, digital twist, this book includes over two dozen true stories guaranteed to uplift and inspire. Readers will discover how they can participate in the Human Liberty 2.0 revolution and follow in the footsteps of these inspiring adults, teens, and children who are truly the best of humanity...both online and off.

 
Details
  • ISBN-13: 9781642931006
  • ISBN-10: 1642931004
  • Publisher: Post Hill Press
  • Publish Date: June 2019
  • Page Count: 240


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Books > Political Science > Human Rights
Books > Self-Help > Motivational & Inspirational
Books > Computers > Web - Social Media

 
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