Monday, August 28, 2006

Since the publication of the first Freedom edition in the United Kingdom in 1968, it has been an outlet for the voices that might otherwise never have been heard—human rights advocates and those seeking societal reform. Today, those voices are heard in 11 languages, through 22 different editions of Freedom—each with its own unique perspective and coverage. Common to each is Freedom’s clarion purpose: to advance the cause of human rights.

Read about the history of Freedom magazine and how it advances the cause for human rights here.


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