Dr. Joseph Wronka interviews Shulamit Koenig, who is the Founding President of the People's Decade for Human Rights Education (now called, People's Movement for Human Rights Learning) which has spawned a people's moveent, now in its third decade. She also has walked among the greats as she is the recipient of the 2003 UN Human Rights Award, which was recieved by such notables as Eleanor Roosevelt, Martin Luther King, Jimmy Carter, James Grant, former President of UNICEF, and Nelson Mandela. By invitation from Mikhail Gorbachev, she also recieved a Gold Medal Award as "Women of the 21st Century...for her contribution to humanity." The interview was conducted during the 30th Session of the UN Human Rights Council in Geneva.
Creating a Human Rights Culture includes interviews, discussions, public service announcements, and videos calling for a "lived awareness" of the interdependency of human rights principles, as defined by the Human Rights Triptych, in our minds and hearts, and dragged into our everyday lives. Such principles include human dignity, non-discrimination, civil, political, economic, social, and solidarity rights.