2048 tells the story of the most important social
movement in the 21st century: humanity's agreement, in
writing, to create a social order that will allow people
to live together in peace and prosperity based upon human
rights and the rule of law. Many of the problems the
world faces, such as war, poverty, and environmental ruin
are the by-product of a flawed international social
order. Fortunately, there is an international agreement,
the Universal Declaration of Human Rights (UDHR) which
all countries signed in 1948, that promises a social
order of justice, equality, and freedom. But although
the UDHR was agreed to by all countries it is only a
declaration and is unenforceable in courts of law. The
2048 Project, launched by the author and his colleagues
at the University of California School of Law and from
which the book gets it's name, is a movement to make the
fundamental rights in the Declaration enforceable in the
courts of all countries by 2048, the 100th anniversary of
the Universal Declaration.
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