It may seem like a disparate list but democracy, human rights, and labor are related according to the Bureau of Democracy, Human Rights, and Labor (DRL). The Universal Declaration of Human Rights says that everyone has a right to work and the bureau supports fair labor practices as a means to full participation in the global economy and democracy. Not stated in the name but part of the mission is the support of international religious freedom. DRL uses its budget each year to fund programs around the world including ones to train journalists in the Middle East, host Muslim political forums, and establish political parties in Kazakhstan, Kyrgyzstan, and Uzbekistan. DRL is part of the State Department.