Everyone is equal before the universal law. We work to ensure that everyone benefits from universal human rights equally.
Who We Are?
We are a foundation founded by volunteers from various professions living in the Netherlands, supporting the rule of law, democracy and human rights.
To work for the reduction or end human rights violations committed by individuals or states in different geographies of the world.
As human rights violations are shared with the public, the violations will decrease or come to an end.
Rhythmic Dreams is a dynamic and multi-coloured platform that aims to be the voice of the voiceless through notes and melodies. In concerts accompanied by classical and modern instruments, our artists have used the universal language of music to expose oppression and injustice to the eyes of the masses. At the same time, they have conquered the hearts of many listeners from different cultures.Read More
We have volunteers who support the activities of our foundation in many areas. These are areas such as management, social media expertise, acting, directing, illustration, digital drawing, music, painting and calligraphy. Announcing human rights violations to the public is possible with the support we receive from our volunteers. Supporting them is our too top priority.Read More
Today, with the developing technology, social media is one of the most important tools for explaining human rights and announcing human rights violations. For this reason, a social media platform has been established within our foundation for the effective use of social media tools.Read More
Through this platform, our aim is to convey universal human rights through media and communication to a wider audience. Simultaneously, we aspire to gain experience in fields such as acting, directing, and scriptwriting, continuously improving our skills in these areas and building strong references through internships.Read More
Art stop is a group where people who took emigrated in the Netherlands, who are interested in art, meet both online and physically, share their experiences with each other, share information on modern and traditional arts, and organize artistic activities at the same time.Read More