Social Media Toolkit
The UPR occurs once every 4-5 years and is extremely important in fostering accountability & change. We urge you to spread the word about this unique mechanism (happening Monday, November 9 at 8:30 am ET on http://webtv.un.org/). It is important to remind your audience of the human rights violations of this administration as it faces global review and scrutiny.
Below are sample social media posts & tweets. Feel free to tailor this content for your community, and use data points and hashtags that are relevant and impactful to your audience -- for example, violations of the human right to housing, education, immigration, health, etc. Make sure to also follow USHRN on Instagram, Facebook, and Twitter for updates.
Hold the US accountable! Tune in to @UNWebTV Monday, Nov. 9 for the Universal Periodic Review. Member states will review the Trump administration's human rights record as the world looks on. @USHRN will be live-tweeting from 8:30 ET onwards - join the conversation! #UPR2020
225,000+ COVID-19 deaths. 12.6 million unemployed. 5,500 children separated from their parents at the border. 545 still missing. 567,715 individuals experiencing homelessness. Tune in Nov 9 at 8:30 am ET as @UN reviews the US Govt's human rights record. @UNWebTV #UPR2020
Tune in to @UNWebTV Nov. 9 at 8:30 am ET as the Trump administration's human rights record is scrutinized by UN member states during the Universal Periodic Review. We must hold the US accountable! #UPR2020 #AccountabilityNow
#UPR2020 #AccountabilityNow #HumanRightsatHome
#BlackLivesMatter #HousingisaHumanRight #TransLivesMatter #SexWorkisWork #FreeThemAll #HealthcareforAll #EndPoliceBrutality #LGTQIARightsNow #IndigenousRightsareHumanRights #RespecttheTreaties #ClimateActionNow #GenderEqualityNow #ReproJustice #VotingRights #CountEveryVote #ImmigrationisaRight #AsylumSeekers
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