We have projects that strengthen human rights

"Darkness cannot drive out darkness; only light can do that. Hate cannot drive out hate; only love can do that."
Martin Luther King, Jr.



Swedish Human Right Project is an NGO based in Stockholm. The association's purpose is to drive projects that will strengthen human rights nationally but also internationally. The UN General Assembly adopted and announced on 10 December 1948 a general declaration of human rights. The Swedish Human Right Project has its ground and inspiration in the 30 articles written by the UN called the Universal
Declaration of Human Rights.

The initiator and founder of the Swedish Human Right Project is Emir Selimi who has been awarded the award for his work in human rights. In 2014, Emir Selimi was praised The Raoul Wallenberg Prize, nominated in 2016 for Martin Luther King Prize and in 2017, he was praised for the 99 most powerful Swedes.




Swedish Human Rights Project "has as its main purpose to drive projects that will strengthen:

- Human Rights

- Childrens Rights

- Democracy

- Freedom

- Freedom of speech

- Equality

- Increase and strengthen the knowledge of different minority history and culture

"Children and adolescents are a priority target group


The Swedish Human Rights Project will also try to influence society, politicians and decision makers to not forget children's rights and human rights.


"Live as if you were to die tomorrow. Learn as if you were to live forever."

Mahatma Gandhi




"Knowledge about Roma" Knowledge of Romans is under development, it is expected to be completed in spring 2018.

"Save The Roma Children" is a humanitarian organization that aims to help Roma children in Europe. The founder of the organization is Emir Selimi.

"Stronger Together" is a society that fights to strengthen children's rights.

The "Perspective of the Course" is a new project that will begin in the fall of 2018.


Swedish Human Rights projects are largely built of ideal power. Each contribution is very helpful and your contribution goes directly to running Swedish Human Rights projects.
You can contribute through paypal or directly to us via our bank giro. Thank you for supporting us!

Here you can visit and read more about our projects. You can always contact us if you have questions at

"Let us remember: One book, one pen, one child, and one teacher can change the world".



The lecture is about all the adversities Emir Selimi had to go through and how he turned it to his advantage. How he found himself in art, educated himself as a teacher, and again exposed, because of his background. Instead of taking on the sacrificial coup, the Emir chose to fight for human rights. He then started a reunion where he was awarded the Raoul Wallenberg Prize, nominated for the Martin Luther King Prize and received praise from himself, Prime Minister and H.M. King Carl XVI Gustaf, for his work in the field of human rights. Emir began to lecture in 2014 and it is a lecture that has inspired and touched over 4000 people across the country. Schools, municipalities, associations, companies and others strongly recommend to take part in Emir Selimi's lecture. A lecture that touches, inspires and gives you new perspectives on people and greater understanding of different cultures. A lecture everyone should know! Read more at


Over 4000 have read the lecture since 2014.

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