"All human beings are born free and equal in dignity and rights. They are endowed with reason and conscience and must act towards one another in a spirit of brotherhood ”. This is the first article of the Universal Declaration of Human Rights. A phrase that in its simplicity states what every single person should have the right to. Unfortunately, however, this article is not respected every day and precisely in the World Human Rights Day we remember the many abuses to which thousands of people are subjected.
Second Amnesty International all over the world in 2017 they were killed 312 human rights defenders. An alarming fact that transmits only a small portion of the emergency that is being experienced. If we analyze violence against women in the European Union, for example, only a third of countries recognize that sexual intercourse without the consent of women or men is rape for the law.
Moreover, all over the world the 40% of women of childbearing age lives in a nation where abortion is subject to severe restrictions e 225 million women they cannot have access to the latest generation of contraceptives.
Refugees and migrants also see their rights trampled upon. In the United States about 300 minors, mostly children of illegal immigrants, in September 2018 they were separated from their families from which they were forcibly divided. While in Morocco between July and September the authorities have forcibly taken about 5000 refugees and asylum seekers abandoning them in the most remote areas of the country. Humanitarian emergencies that despite the continued efforts of many volunteers and activists continue to claim victims.