One Run – The First Global Event Every Human Can Be Part Of

On Human Rights Day (10th December) 2020, One Run Global are uniting thousands of people from 195 countries as they run, walk or move their body for one hour to raise funds to end child discrimination. Whether it’s running a 10k in your local park with friends or walking around the dinner table due to lockdown restrictions, everyone is invited.

“2020 has been filled with extraordinary events, stories of inequality, injustice and hardship. We’re coming together to show the world that love is a human right and no child should be hated for who they are”, explains One Run Co-Founder Danny Bent.

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“We welcome every country, every age, every ability, every gender, Every Human with open arms. This isn’t about being fit or getting a personal best. It doesn’t matter if you’ve never run – what matters is showing up and taking part in whatever way you are able.”

The One Run Global Challenge takes place on Human Rights Day – 10th December 7pm-8pm at local time. As participants begin to move in their time zone, the One Run Map will light up, burning bright with a wave of positivity.

Backed by a whole host of inspirational individuals such as Tom Daley, Mayim Bialik, Billy Porter – One Run is more than just a run – they are uniting #EveryHuman for change. Encouraging participants, partners, artists and celebrities to join together and raise over $1 million for causes that unite humanity and stop injustice and inequality against children. Their five charity partners are Unicef, No Bully, NOH8 Campaign, Do Something and Know Your Rights Camp.

Anyone can participate. All are welcome. To join the movement and end 2020 on a high visit

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