At the present time, looking at the human rights landscape in the world, and in particular the human rights to not be discriminated against in the definition of what is properly human, does not awaken the hopeful enthusiasm that pushes people to Roll up and get to work. Rather, women and men who choose to devote their labor, political, artistic and philosophical efforts to the defense of the rights to liberty, dignity, health, equal opportunities and non-discrimination at times feel they can not Surrender, which is difficult to follow but it is more dishonorable to throw in the towel.
Welcome and welcome to the group of people who believe that there is a fundamental link between private life and public life, that the law is not written to remain in books and that it can be freely reviewed by the women and men of the world when the objective conditions Allow life and dignity are changed by oppressive economic systems that take advantage of them; To the group of people who maintain a principle of justice above the need to repress the crimes.
“In the last six decades, many governments have shown more interest in exercising power abuse or pursuing personal political advantage than in respecting the rights of those they govern,” Amnesty International said in its 2008 World Report. Less than a week ago, in relation to the actions of UN troops in Haiti, rapes, abuses, cases of forced prostitution, pedophilia, charges for services of the peace missions of the multinational forces of the hulls Of the United Nations.  If the weapons that should defend civilian populations and populations from violence are invading them and taking advantage of their situation to offer their services to the poorest in exchange for sex, especially girls and boys, as in the Republic of Congo and Liberia, or Organize networks for trafficking in women as in Kosovo, or produce pornographic videos with refugee children as in Cote Ivoire, in short, if those United Nations troops can be accused of sexual crimes, abuses and rapes, how can we believe in The documents that the United Nations gave us 63 years ago as international instruments to defend the human rights of all people, regardless of age, sex, religion, sexual orientation, race and culture?
I would say that believing in the ideas contained in those documents, without relying exclusively on the institutions that claim to try to apply them. That is, in order to defend the principles of human rights, it is necessary to assume the responsibility of defending them from their own places of action, reflecting on the current sense of the unrestricted right of everyone to a dignified life free from fear and discrimination, Which nobody is considered illegal by his place of birth.
Contemporary experience in the setbacks in the rights acquired by women in the late twentieth century (economic, freedom of movement, protection of life and physical integrity in the streets and houses, etc.) teaches that many governments Of the world have defended and defended the cultural prejudices that benefit men, to ensure the continuity of free services in the domestic and public, sexual and effective fields.
And that only eight nations abstained from voting, and none opposed, when the Universal Declaration of Human Rights was adopted in Paris by the General Assembly of the United Nations, on December 10, 1948. Since its second article, Without distinction of any kind such as race, color, sex, language, religion, political or other opinion, national or social origin, property, birth or other status. Other condition “. Emerging from a world in ashes, the declaration sought to give universal validity to the social, cultural and economic rights identified by a delegation of experts led by a woman, Eleanor Roosevelt.
“Whereas the peoples of the United Nations have reaffirmed in the Charter their faith in the fundamental rights of man, in the dignity and worth of the human person and in the equal rights of men and women,” they believed that setting rules for To ban slavery and servitude, to prohibit torture and arbitrary detention, to guarantee the right to life, liberty and security of the person, as well as the right to full equality to obtain justice.