DO THE HUMAN RIGHT THING
KEEP THE HUMAN RIGHTS ACT
AI raport 2017/2018
I AM WITH ENAR; ARE YOU?
Dance your anger and your joys,
Dance the military guns to silence,
Dance oppression and injustice to death,
Dance my people.
Tu voz es poder
World AIDS Day, 1 December
"It is through awareness and education that we can combat HIV"
Human rights are integral to the fight against HIV/AIDS. An open and supportive rights-based approach to HIV/AIDS is essential to ensure that everyone enjoys full access to means of prevention, voluntary counselling and testing, and long-term sustainable treatment, care and support, and can live free from fear, violence and discrimination. Without such an approach, increasing numbers of people will be deprived of the
possibility to live a secure and fulfilling life.
We will not give up!!!
Racism is a tragedy, We all must participate in efforts to eradicate racism at home and abroad. Racism that perverts the course of justice is a daily fact of life for many people.Being educated and give education on this subject will ease this plague that is many times overlooked, ignored or openly tolerated.
SAY NO TO RACISM,TOGETHER,WE ARE STRONGER.
In July month 05, the coordinator for African-rapport networks made a visit to the West Africa country w:st="on"Ghana. The aim of the visit was to give information about Aids/HIV preventation and Human Rights to the remote areas of the country. Together with the local organizations and the local authorities the idea was turned into a football tournament that attracted more than 3500 people.
In a very creative way the clear message to the people was delivered with great enthusiasm and firm commitment. Speaker from the Ministry of Health Dr Simon Anantelar and Hon Kwabena Chereh D.C.E Berekum were present. The soccer tournament took place during two days in a row given the public not only education, condoms and information but surely a lot of fun.
Women feed the world: Africa
By Giovanna Cossia - Directed by Marco De Poli
For centuries, women's noble act of feeding their families has been celebrated by artists. Today, this image testifies a reality more than ever. The role of women as powerful agents for social transformation and development has been increasingly recognized by development agencies. The international community has greatly enhanced its awareness of women's roles and potentials, but a lot remains to be done in terms of translating sensitivity and commitment into responsive action. Agricultural development policies still do not reflect the needs of women adequately and if they are incorporated, they often fail to be translated into practice. This remains a barrier to reaching the goal of food for all in the foreseeable future. The Food and Agriculture Organization (FAO) is working towards the advancement of women in rural areas as their contribution to agricultural and rural production is key to achieving food security and sustainable development.
As human beings, children are entitled to all the rights guaranteed by the Universal Declaration of Human Rights.
"Peace comes to all nations of the world"
The more we understand what human rights are - what they mean to us as
individuals, what they mean to our communities - the clearer our message will be
to those who have the power to either deny and abuse these rights
or fulfill and uphold them".
Knowledge, understanding, action, change...we can work for nothing less.
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