We want everyone to know their human rights.

Why My Human Rights exists

We want
everyone to
know their human rights.

Why My Human Rights exists

”All people have equal value. That is the foundation on which all human rights are based.”

An awareness of one’s human rights can be a source of strength and courage. It can be life changing for someone living under oppression. My Human Rights is a non-profit organization that aims to strengthen the human rights of men, women and children all over the world.
We do this by spreading awareness of the UN Declaration of Human Rights (1948), the UN Convention on the Elimination of all Forms of Discrimination Against Women (1979), and the UN Convention on the Rights of the Child (1989) in an innovative and pedagogical way.

Our vision is to give women, men, and children all over the world the opportunity to know their rights and the support to fight for them. We believe that we can play a small part in changing the world.

My Human Rights was founded in 2012 by Emma Wistrand and Carin Granlund Olsen.

I am a child.
I have rights

A box of 70 cards representing The rights articles in Crc. Supervision is included.
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My Human Rights produces pedagogical materials based on the UN Declaration of Human Rights, the UN Convention on the Elimination of all Forms of Discrimination Against Women (the women’s convention), and the UN Convention on the Rights of the Child. The materials are easy to understand and easy to use for anyone who works with raising awareness about human rights. Read more about the materials by clicking on the photos.

My human rights

A box of 61 cards representing the 29 rights Articles of the United Nations Universal Declaration of Human Rights and the 16 articles of the UN Women's convention. Supervision is included
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Over the years, we’ve worked with a number of organizations that have helped to bring our ideas to fruition in different ways. Thank you!

Help us spread human rights

Today, our materials are used in a number of countries around the world. Help us spread them further!

We are passionate about human rights.


Emma Wistrand


Emma is the one behind the idea for My Human Rights and all our materials. Emma is a social worker, and also has a degree in communications from IHR, Institutet för högre reklam och kommunikationsvetenskap. She has worked as a communication strategist in a number of companies and organizations such as Gothia Förlag, the National Public Health Institute, Natur & Kultur, the National Board of Health and Welfare. Today, Emma is responsible for communication for sustainability at Systembolaget.

  • emma.wistrand@myhumanrights.se
  • +46 709 530 512

Carin Granlund Olsen


Carin has been involved since the start and is responsible for the production of all material that the association produces. Carin is an entrepreneur and works as a project manager and communicator with various assignments in marketing communication. Educated in Information / PR and Strategic Communication at Berghs School of Communication and in process management at Ramböll-Attractor.

  • carin@myhumanrights.se
  • +46 708 489 133

Annika Rehn Frobell

Chairman of the Board

Annika Rehn Frobell is chairman of My Human Rights. Annika is a behavioral scientist and communication strategist with solid experience in developing insights that help people and brands meet. Annika is also a board member of the Planning Awards and cresponsible for Bergh’s School of Communication’s Executive course Strategic Planning and Insights.

Ragna Wallmark

Board Member

Ragna Wallmark has worked as a producer, project manager and head of the Children and Youth editorial office at the Swedish Television, SVT, as editorial manager for the children’s ward at UR and was then part of UR’s company management as Program Manager. For many years, Ragna has also worked internationally with workshops and seminars for media producers in Asia, Latin America, Syria and Namibia. Seminars on children’s rights in accordance with the Convention on the Rights of the Child, on media impact and children’s culture. Since 2012, Ragna works as a consultant.