Lynare Robbins has 25 years of experience working with diversity and human relationships. She holds a Bachelor of Arts degree in Sociology and a Masters of Arts degree in Behavioral Psychology.  Because of her educational background, Lynare is an excellent strategic partner who helps clients successfully identify their goals and communicate with a diverse audience by teaching the value and need for diversity and inclusivity.  Lynare has worked in various sectors such as social work, the travel industry, special event management, marketing, media, cultural arts, as well as government.  Lynare served in the United States Navy and has traveled extensively.  She is a published writer and credentialed journalist who has taken part in domestic and international press trips.  With her extensive experience, Lynare is a multi-dimensional and culturally savvy partner to enlist in helping you or your team reach a wide variety of audiences and goals.


We are at the forefront of a quickly changing and globalizing world and we work closely with our clients because we are fully committed to meeting and exceeding expectations. We believe in building relationships as it a proven ingredient for success and harmony. We also believe in keeping our services affordable to our clients, as we make sure to work around your budget.


We are proud that so many of our clients have repeatedly turned to us for guidance and assistance, and we work hard to earn their loyalty every day.

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​​​​​​   ABOUT US

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United Nations Office of the High Commissioner for Human Rights Report:          

Human Rights and the Millennium Development Goals in Practice- A review of country strategies and reporting

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the universal declaration of human rights

The Universal Declaration of Human Rights (UDHR) is a declaration adopted by the United Nations General Assembly on 10 December 1948 at the Palais de Chaillot in Paris, France. The Declaration arose directly from the experience of the two world wars consisting of consists of thirty articles which, although not legally binding, have been elaborated in subsequent international treaties, economic transfers, regional human rights instruments, national constitutions, and other laws.

  • Article 1-  Right to Equality

  • Article 2- Freedom from Discrimination

  • Article 3-  Right to Life, Liberty, Personal Security

  • Article 4-  Freedom from Slavery

  • Article 5-  Freedom from Torture and Degrading Treatment

  • Article 6-  Right to Recognition as a Person before the Law

  • Article 7-  Right to Equality before the Law

  • Article 8-  Right to Remedy by Competent Tribunal

  • Article 9-  Freedom from Arbitrary Arrest and Exile

  • Article 10- Right to Fair Public Hearing

  • Article 11- Right to be Considered Innocent until Proven Guilty

  • Article 12- Freedom from Interference with Privacy, Family, Home and Correspondence

  • Article 13- Right to Free Movement in and out of the Country

  • Article 14- Right to Asylum in other Countries from Persecution

  • Article 15- Right to a Nationality and the Freedom to Change It

  • Article 16- Right to Marriage and Family

  • Article 17- Right to Own Property

  • Article 18-Freedom of Belief and Religion

  • Article 19- Freedom of Opinion and Information

  • Article 20-Right of Peaceful Assembly and Association

  • Article 21- Right to Participate in Government and in Free Elections

  • Article 22- Right to Social Security

  • Article 23- Right to Desirable Work and to Join Trade Unions

  • Article 24- Right to Rest and Leisure

  • Article 25- Right to Adequate Living Standard

  • Article 26- Right to Education

  • Article 27- Right to Participate in the Cultural Life of Community

  • Article 28- Right to a Social Order that Articulates this Document

  • Article 29- Community Duties Essential to Free and Full Development

  • Article 30- Freedom from State or Personal Interference in the above RightsYou cannot reach the destination without first knowing where you want to go.

  • Miami Council for International Visitors (Proposal Services).
  • Happy Paws Pet Care and Services (Marketing Campaign).
  • MDGLCC Foundation, Inc (Development Services). 
  • Global Human Rights Conference (Programming). 
  • David Stark Design & Production Miami Travel Project (production of ICA Miami special events).

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ROBBINS GLOBAL INNOVATIONS


  • The British Consulate General of Miami (#FiveFilms4Freedom 2016 Campaign).
  • The LGBT Visitors Center of Miami Beach (Marketing Campaign for 2016 Pink Flamingo Awards Event).

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  PAST PROJECTS

publications

Global Development


Robbins Global Innovations offers consultancy services on emerging human rights principles and practices ranging from in-field human rights investigations with fact finding reports, to conflict resolution services using diplomatic strategies. We can also help connect your organization or business to global partners and collaborators to help your mission.

​WHAT DO WE DO?

  • Certification in Diplomacy in the Modern World,                             University of London & SOAS University of London​.
  • Research presentation at ILGA-Europe Human Rights Conference, Warsaw, Poland- October 2017.
  • Credentialed Press attendee at the 2016 Women Deliver Conference, Copenhagen, Denmark.
  • Attendee of CSW61 UN Commission on the Status of Women, NY, NY.
  • Member of NGO-NY Committee for the United Nations Commission on the Status of Women.
  • Board of Directors Member, Global Ties Miami.

Community Engagement:


Robbins Global Innovations offers consultancy services that are based on deliverables such as programming and directing seminars and conferences, proposal writing for your organizations next social justice endeavor and connecting your organization with collaborators through a myriad host of methods that includes marketing promotions and media platforms.  We specialize in events that connect communities and causes through the vehicle of culture and arts.


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Experience

Business and Human Rights:


Robbins Global Innovations offers consultancy services that are results-oriented that involve analyzing information, authoring training materials, policy development and facilitating trainings related to diversity and inclusivity for your business that will demonstrate corporate social responsibility and a commitment to integrating human rights principes in business practice. 

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Lynare Robbins founded Robbins Global Innovations in order to help individuals and organizations reach their goals.  No idea is too big or too small for us, our mission is to simply help create a positive future for our clients and help them connect globally through the exciting vehicles of human relationship building, world wide media and marketing tools that reaches universal audiences.  The tools that we use are a combination of equality driven implementations based on respect for diversity, humility and diplomacy, integrity and a strong sense of justice, and a commitment to inclusivity and creating equal opportunity.  These strategies when mixed with a well of experience and a skillset for media, marketing and event planning prove to be extremely effective for human rights and equality initiatives.


Robbins Global Innovations specializes in domestic and international projects in the fields of human rights, diversity and inclusion, equal treatment and non-discrimination. Our projects include capacity-building, awareness-raising, program and project evaluation, assessing the impact of policies and interventions, programming for conferences, agenda building for meetings, referral services and multi-country research resulting comparative and synthesis reports.