The Woman fights for Human Rights

The Woman fights for Human Rights 

On International Women's Day, we honor and thank each woman who has participated in history and continues to fight for Human Rights to become a reality; who fights for the role of women to be increasingly important and valued in all countries and in all parts of the social strata. 

They were a group of women. Starting with the President of the Human Rights Commission of the United Nations in 1948 after World War II, Eleanor Roosevelt in command, along with more than 15 women who pushed for the writing of the Universal Declaration of Rights Humans ensuring that these rights were written and given in a UNIVERSAL manner. Gender equality was included and people as human beings were talked about in equal terms. 

As indicated in article number two (2) of the Magna Carta: No Discrimination, every person has all the rights and freedoms proclaimed in this declaration without any distinction, race, color, sex, language, religion, political opinion, or any other nature, national or social origin, economic position, birth or any other condition. 

Among that group of women, Latin American women as representatives of the Dominican Republic, Mexico, Venezuela, Uruguay, Brazil, among others, participated along with women from other nationalities such as the United States, India, Denmark, Pakistan, France and Belarus. They changed the history of the world like hundreds of other women who continue to help and fight because Human Rights must cease to be a dream and become a reality. 

“You are important to others people. You are listened to. You can influence others. L. Ronald Hubbard


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