Unfortunately, there is still a lot of inequality in the world. Especially when it comes to rights. Many groups are oppressed, imprisoned, discriminated against (also by governments!) and even tortured and murdered. 1Russian LGBT activist Yelena Grigoryeva murdered in St Petersburg. We want equal human rights for all.
Homosexuals, bisexuals, transgenders, women, negroids, believers, non-believers, young people, the elderly, and so on. There are so many groups that are currently suffering to a greater or lesser extent because they do not have the same human rights as others. And that is indeed a sad list.
The government has an important role to play in preventing inequality. But it is precisely this government that is often the cause of inequality in the world. There are too many examples. In Russia homosexuals are oppressed. In several Middle Eastern countries homosexuals, women and non or otherwise believers are oppressed. In the United States, for example, Negro people are still being oppressed.
It is clear that in the United World, equal rights for every individual or group are enshrined in law. This is already a very big step, as there are now many countries where inequality is precisely enshrined in law. But it is not only important that equal rights are enshrined in law, but also that equal rights are promoted by the government through education, documentaries and campaigns. In many countries the population has been indoctrinated for years with poisonous ideas about the inferiority of certain population groups. This can only be stopped by teaching people that their former leaders were wrong.
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