KATHMANDU, Feb 24: Hustle for Humanity, a global movement of conscious people determined to unite the world, fight injustice, and uphold human rights has officially instigated its Nepal chapter. The Nepal chapter was officially authorized on Jan 26 and is coordinated by Binod Sharma along with a 17-member committee. The organization envisions initiating awareness campaigns regarding basic human rights such as rights to education, rights to freedom, rights to equality and various other rights entitled in the universal declaration of human rights. The organization's work is carried out by the growing list of global chapters.
Nepal chapter is a new chapter added to this international movement. It aims to influence and aware children and youths about basic human rights –mostly rights to education and freedom starting from local level. It carries a mission to defend all civil, political, economic, social and cultural rights set out in the Universal Declaration of Human Rights.
The organization's wider goal is to change public opinion worldwide from an unsustainable culture of selfishness, greed, and division to one of humanity, justice, and reason. According to members of the organization, Nepal chapter will start awareness campaigns right from the capital Kathmandu and will spread out to all other 76 districts of the country collaborating with the local and provincial governing bodies.