I will be on December 9, 2020 as a Lecturer at HRIA – Human Rights in Action | Human Dignity and Human Rights After COVID-19.
The HRIA Conference is an Annual Conference of the FENIKS Association.
The Universal Declaration of Human Rights (UDHR) is a milestone document in the history of human rights. The declaration was drafted by representatives of different legal and cultural backgrounds from all regions of the world. The Declaration was proclaimed by the General Assembly of the United Nations in Paris on December 10, 1948, through General Assembly Resolution 217 A (III) as a common standard to be attained by all peoples and nations. It establishes, for the first time, the universal protection of human rights.
This document made sense after World War II and makes sense today. But does it make sense how it is written? Surviving Covid19 makes us rethink everything, what we are, how we are and the thresholds and limits of our personality (juridical too).
The world has changed. It changes every day. We live in a VUCA world. But the world has never changed so much in so little time. In a fraction of a second, the state of emergency is decreed and confinement dictates the hunger of many people who live off their work month by month; many become prisoners of things greater than themselves and decisions they have not taken part in; it is time to clarify, inform and project, so that people can think and with that draw their futures.
Thank you! Welcome!