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Mission 2018-07-03T22:37:16+00:00

WHAT IS FREEDOM AROUND THE WORLD?

A Global Concert Series celebrating 70 years of The Universal Declaration of Human Rights.

A Movement creating shifts around the planet towards an equitable, just and compassionate world to foster peace.

A Platform for change makers from all walks of life to share their projects for systemic and sustainable change.

Values

  • Promoting social justice and human dignity

  • Creating awareness

  • Valuing diversity

  • Practicing non-violence

  • Working from interdependence and in alignment with the principles of The Universal Declaration of Human Rights.

Objective

Through the creation of global concerts and global partnerships we are promoting Empowerment, Inspiration and Peace. We are connecting people of different social, cultural, and ethnic backgrounds in order to foster greater understanding and mutual respect. Our concerts support initiatives and projects that create systemic and sustainable change in the world.

“… together we move on

diverse we are strong

as one human race

God gives us grace”

Rose Bartu • Founder & Visionary

OUR VISION

Freedom Around The World envisions a more peaceful world based on mutual respect, dignity and social justice.
We are finding solutions, empowering people and shifting systems.

OUR PRINCIPLES

Promoting social justice and human dignity. Creating awareness. Valuing diversity. Practicing non-violence. Working from interdependence and in alignment with the principles of The Universal Declaration of Human Rights.

OUR STRATEGIES

Through the creation of global partnerships we are promoting empowerment, inspiration and peace in media and entertainment. We are connecting people of different social, cultural, and ethnic backgrounds fostering a greater understanding and mutual respect for one another.

Our Theme Song

Rose Bartu, Austrian-raised and NYC-based singer/songwriter and electric violinist, now a dual citizen, released her video “Freedom” from her upcoming EP with footage of the first Women’s March in NYC on March 13th, 2018 – an anthem for freedom, justice and human rights for all – in time for Women’s History Month and 80 years and one day after Hitler’s Anschluss of her home country Austria. The “Freedom” video is directed by Mazi O. and features two young actors, Charlotte Ratel and Nicholas Jenkins. The independently released single garnered over 285,000 plays on Spotify since its release on August 28th, 2017, the anniversary of Martin Luther King, Jr.’s “I Have A Dream” speech.