To implement and contribute as much as we can in solidarity with our environment
December 18 was declared by the United Nations as World Migrant Day in an effort to step up the UN campaign to protect the global migrant. Managing immigration for the benefit of all is one of the major challenges of our time. We all have a responsibility to provide more secure and legal options to immigrants and refugees seeking to come to Europe, to create meeting places and opportunities for understanding the cultural wealth they bring.
Today, as we honor their contribution, let us decide to safeguard the human rights of every man, woman and child who cross the border in search of a better life. The latest terrorist acts and crimes perpetrated by immigrants and refugees of various nationalities within Europe have nothing to do with religion or origin. They have a direct bearing on the education and education of these people who exploit human rights and non-existent immigration policy as well as the failure of their integration into European society !! It is a global phenomenon that will not end !!
World Love Day is celebrated every year on December 14th. The purpose of this day is to put aside all negative feelings, thoughts and words that have been said. To think only positively and the reasons we love our people.
Today, 73 years ago, UNICEF was born (December 11, 1946) to help the children of 2nd Europe’s World War. From 1949 until the end of the 1960s, but also in emergencies, UNICEF assisted and supported children in Greece, providing them with medicines, educational materials, pasteurized milk, food and more.
Today, with children in Greece of crisis, UNICEF continues to support and protect the rights of children in our country.
The Charter of the Rights of the Child states:
* I have the right to come to life. I have a right to exist.
* I have the right to grow up in a world without violence and poverty.
* I have the right to live in a world that respects and protects the natural environment.
* I have the right to have free access to the magical world of knowledge. * I have the right to have free time and space to play.
* I have the right to know what is good for my physical and mental health.
* I have the right to spend some time with my parents.
* I have the right to live innocently and carelessly in my childhood.
* I have the right to live in a society that protects my personal data.
* I justify a world human, just and peaceful. A world where my own children will grow up tomorrow.
Children have the right to know their rights! Adults need to know about these rights and help children learn about them.
World Ownership Day was established by a decision of the International Real Estate Association and commemorates World Human Rights Day on December 10,
as property is one of the basic human rights protected by international UN, Council of Europe and European Union conventions.
Don’t close your eyes to human trafficking.
Human trafficking is the second largest and fastest growing organised crime worldwide.
Together we can stop it.
Today we celebrate the benefits of volunteering. All 4 ways to feel healthier and happier.
Volunteering connects us with the rest of the world.
Volunteering benefits the mind and the body.
Volunteering can advance our career.
Volunteering offers fun and accomplishment in our lives.
“Volunteers do not necessarily have the time. But they have the heart »
International Day of Persons with Disabilities
Promoting the participation of persons with disabilities and their leadership: taking action on the 2030 Development Agenda
This year, the International Day of Persons with Disabilities (IDPD) focuses on the empowerment of persons with disabilities for inclusive, equitable and sustainable development as anticipated in the 2030 Agenda for Sustainable Development, which pledges to ‘leave no one behind’ and recognizes disability as a cross-cutting issues, to be considered in the implementation of its 17 Sustainable Development Goals (SDGs).
Disability is referenced in various parts of the SDGs and specifically in parts related to education, growth and employment, inequality, accessibility of human settlements, as well as data collection and monitoring of the SDGs
Although modern slavery is not defined in law, it is used as an umbrella term covering practices such as forced labour, debt bondage, forced marriage, and human trafficking.
Facts and figures:
An estimated 40.3 million people are in modern slavery, including 24.9 in forced labour and 15.4 million in forced marriage.
There are 5.4 victims of modern slavery for every 1,000 people in the world.
1 in 4 victims of modern slavery are children.
Out of the 24.9 million people trapped in forced labour, 16 million people are exploited in the private sector such as domestic work, construction or agriculture; 4.8 million people in forced sexual exploitation, and 4 million people in forced labour imposed by state authorities.
Women and girls are disproportionately affected by forced labour, accounting for 99% of victims in the commercial sex industry, and 58% in other sectors.