Logically, in order to defend and support human rights, actions need to be taken to mobilise public opinion toward embracing core human rights standards. Legally speaking, from the analysis of the last three chapters, many international human rights treaties and declarations contain such a spirit. Education, as directed by international law, embodies an aim and content of promoting respect for human rights. States, in signing and/or implementing these treaties and declarations, are expected to take a positive role in moulding public opinion in order to protect and promote human rights. This request is particularly clear and strong in the implementation stage of human rights treaties and declarations. In responding, States rarely invoke public opinion to defend human rights violations such as discrimination and violence based on race, gender and other factors. They take actions to raise awareness and lead public opinion against these violations.