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The organization launches a press release and an appeal to work together to unite all efforts for the sovereignty of international peace

The organization launches a press release and an appeal to work together to unite all efforts for the sovereignty of international peace
On the occasion of the anniversary of the Universal Declaration of Human Rights and the Universal Declaration on the Protection of Human Rights Defenders
The Universal Declaration of Human Rights, proclaimed by the General Assembly of the United Nations 70 years ago, was adopted on 10 December 1948 in Paris by General Assembly resolution (217) A (D III), which since its inception has been the cornerstone and inspiration for all ideas and activities relating to Human rights everywhere in the world, It became an important detail of what became known as the "World Heritage of Human Rights" and a major source of all international and regional declarations, covenants and conventions relating to human rights. It has formed a dividing line between mankind's future and its future project through the response of the human family to the challenges it faced , After which the subject of human rights will become a cornerstone for the pursuit of a new world and a new, truly human civilization, where the values of human rights reflect the common aspirations of all civilizations and cultures, and the reformulation of the international and national legal system - based on the principles of the International Bill of Human Rights and the determination to contribute to making the future of human beings a worthy world and to take human rights issues into global dimensions. The current issues that occupy the world, but because they may form a limit and detailed between an era dominated by various forms of slavery and tyranny, vomiting and deformity stabbed and oppressed the humanity of human beings, and another sought by many and in their minds great dreams of the launch and enrichment of human humanity, The context of the codified recognition of certain rights is undeniable.

This year, Human Rights Day is organizing a one-year international campaign to celebrate the 70th anniversary of the Universal Declaration of Human Rights, entitled "Join the year-long campaign to celebrate the Universal Declaration of Human Rights commemorating its 70th anniversary in 2018. And strive for greater respect, freedom and compassion. " Being the most important historic document that proclaimed inalienable rights where everyone has the right to enjoy as a human being - irrespective of race, color, religion, sex, language, political or other opinion, national or social origin, property, birth or other status. It is the most translated document in the world and is available in more than 500 languages.

The Declaration, drafted by representatives from diverse legal and cultural backgrounds from all regions of the world, the Declaration sets out universal values, setting a standard for the common goal of all peoples and all nations. It provides for equality in dignity and value for everyone. Thanks to the Declaration and the States' commitments to its principles, the dignity of millions has been restored and the basis for a more just world established. While the Declaration is not yet fully realized, it can be said that it has stood the test of time and this demonstrates the permanent universal character and lasting values of equality, justice and human dignity.

The Universal Declaration of Human Rights gives power to all. As the principles enshrined in the Declaration continue to be as important today as they were in 1948. We need to defend our rights and the rights of others. We can take practical steps in this direction in our daily lives, uphold the rights that protect us all, and strengthen the link between all human beings.

The 70th anniversary of the Universal Declaration of Human Rights has taken place in many countries of the world, especially in the face of comprehensive national crises, where the manifestations of violence, killing and destruction have spread throughout the territory of these countries and the most egregious violations of human rights and human rights have been violated. Armed clashes and violent acts of violence in various cities and villages, accompanied by the devastating bombing of the Eid from the neighborhoods and buildings, in addition, there have been numerous massacres and terrorist bombings in several towns and cities (for example, in Syria, Yemen, Libya, Palestine, Sudan, Burma, Chad, Uganda, Congo, Cameroon, Gambia, Mozambique, Somalia, Nigeria, Afghanistan, Pakistan, Kashmir, Honduras, Nicaragua, Venezuela, Spain and France) In addition, there has been a deterioration in all levels of life, living, economic and social conditions of all people under the weight of internal crises and conflicts, the increasing numbers of those affected, especially those who have become homeless in the tense areas and the negative and large impacts on the economic situation and livelihoods of the local population. The circles of poverty,

unemployment and high prices have widened. As a result of this tragic and catastrophic situation and the scale of destruction, thousands of civilian and military casualties have been killed. Thousands of residents of forced disappearances were subjected to torture, ill-treatment, extrajudicial executions, exceptional and field trials that did not meet any of the requirements of fair trials, as well as the arrest, abduction, prosecution and execution of judgments based on the views and laws of their owners. Thousands were subjected to enforced disappearance and the constant threat to life and personal security. The displacement of tens of thousands out of their countries and their evacuation to safer and more secure places, with almost complete absence of any sense of hope on the near horizon.

The Universal Declaration of Human Rights coincides with the Declaration on the Protection of Human Rights Defenders on 9 December 1998, which targeted individuals, groups and civil society bodies by asserting their rights and responsibilities in the promotion and protection of recognized human rights and fundamental freedoms at the local and international levels, Persecution The harassment, mutilation, prosecution, arrest, torture and murder of human rights defenders, because of their role and activity.

We at the International Organization for Human Rights and International Law call this appeal and declare our full solidarity with the families of the victims of all wars and terrorism and extend warm and heartfelt condolences to all the innocent children, women, the elderly, the civilians, the police and the army. We condemn and condemn all acts of violence, murder and assassination, whatever their sources and justifications. We also strongly condemn and condemn arbitrary arrests, enforced disappearances and abductions of innocent people, whoever perpetrates such violations. The fate of the disappeared. We call on all governmental and non-governmental actors, particularly countries of conflict, to work on:

1. Immediately cease the spiral of violence, murder and bloodshed in various countries of conflict, whatever the source of this violence, and whatever its forms and justifications.

2. Urgent action for the release of all abductees, women, men and children, regardless of the identity of the abductors. Immediate disclosure of the fate of missing persons, women, men and children, following the expansion of enforced disappearances.

3. To combat all forms and manifestations of violence and intolerance, and to promote a culture of community peace, tolerance and genuine democratic traditions.

4. To uphold the principle of the right to difference, to respect this right, to apply it on the ground, to defend its continuation and to nurture a culture of difference, including enrichment and support for the creation of appropriate democratic climates.

5. To uphold the values of human rights, citizenship, democracy and tolerance, primarily the right to belief, religious or otherwise, and the right to freedom of opinion and expression, and the right to organize, peaceful assembly and political pluralism.

6. Make all the efforts of the international, regional and local to gradually move the countries of conflict from the chaos of sectarian, ethnic and national components to the state of coexistence and culture based on the recognition of the other different, and the ability to partner with solidarity, and to consider diversity as a source of personal enrichment and collective, to renounce violence and peaceful circulation Of power.

7. Working towards the dissemination of the culture of transitional justice by ensuring justice and equity for all victims of conflict in countries of conflict, and to uphold the principle of accountability and non-impunity as the basic means of opening up the right path for national reconciliation and for a prosperous and peaceful future for peoples and pluralism. Which calls for the prosecution and prosecution of all perpetrators of violations, whether governmental or non-governmental, which may raise some of these violations to the level of crimes against humanity and refer the perpetrators to international and international criminal courts.

8. To meet the needs of life, economic and humanitarian needs of the affected cities and the displaced within the countries of conflict and to provide them with all necessary necessities.

9. Formulate new global policies and commit all regional and international parties to work to eliminate all forms of discrimination against women through a program of support and awareness, and the mobilization and empowerment of poor families, ensuring that all people have adequate housing, living and living freely, safely and in dignity. Towards the cessation of violence and the activation of peaceful political solutions in countries of conflict, and for a secure and democratic future.

10. The organizations and bodies concerned to defend the values of citizenship and human rights, and based on the Universal Declaration of Human Rights, to explore safe ways and to create sound methods that contribute to the dissemination and affirmation of the values of citizenship and tolerance among the local people of different affiliations and strands, Unity of their societies and ensuring a democratic future that is safe for all their children equally without exception.
International Organization for Human Rights and International Law
Central Information Authority
Norway on 10/12/2018
The International Organization for Human Rights and International Law was established on 10 December 2016 as the "Monitor of the International Human Rights Network". On February 20, 2018, its constituent body met and the name was amended and re-published on behalf of the International Organization for Human Rights and International Law. In the Kingdom of Norway under No. Org Nr 917987025, is a non-governmental, non-political, neutral and non-profit international organization dedicated to the protection, promotion and defense of human rights.