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Eleanor Roosevelt and United Nations Universal Declaration of Human Rights, Lake Success, New York (11/1949).
Item From: Franklin D. Roosevelt Library Photographs (06/30/1949- 04/01/1985)
One of Eleanor Roosevelt’s greatest achievements was the adoption of the Universal Declaration of Human Rights, a kind of Bill of Rights for the International Community. She chaired the Universal Declaration of Human Rights Drafting Committee and was successful at navigating the the committee’s eclectic mix of philosophies and representative world views.This committee also included René Cassin of France, Committee Rapporteur Charles Malik of Lebanon, Vice- Chairman Peng Chung Chang of China, and John Humphrey of Canada (Director of the UN’s Human Rights Division).