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John Peters
Humphrey
Foundation

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"The Father of the modern 
Human Rights System"

-Nelson Mandela

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"John Humphrey is the founder of the modern human rights system." - Nelson Mandela

Hampton Reads: Peace By Chocolate

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In celebration of the 75th anniversary of the signing of the Declaration of Human Rights in 2023 we are inviting the community to read the inspiring story: Peace By Chocolate

You can find copies at the Community Library and the school libraries. We have also partnered with the publisher Goose Lane to offer a discounted price to purchase. Get a group together and start your own book club.

We will be hosting the author, Jon Tattrie in late November at the Community Library in Hampton. 

Book info Here.

Inspired by a letter from John Humphreys widow, Dr. Margaret Kunstler Humphrey, the Hampton Town Council established an ad hoc committee which has evolved into an incorporated, charitable foundation. The Foundation's mandate has been to find appropriate ways to honour and continue the legacy of John Humphrey.

Siyabulela Mandela

March 31, 2018

On March  31, 2019, Hampton we had the priviledge of welcoming Siyabulela Mandela to Hampton to visit the John Peters Humphrey Credo. He was gracious with his time and spent the morning talking and visiting the Credo, museum and Station 33.

Our mission is to provide an ongoing tribute to John Peters Humphrey by educating individuals of all ages about his life and accomplishments; to provide a venue to learn about John Peters Humphrey and his work; and to educate people about human rights.

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Universal Declaration of Human Rights

At the request of Eleanor Roosevelt, former First Lady of the United States and Chair of the U.N. Human Rights Commission, Humphrey would do something never done before, draft an international bill of rights.

For the animated Universal Declaration of Human Rights, click here

The Universal Declaration of Human Rights Animated by Peter Pickersgill

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