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legitimizing the actions of all U.N. members to act in the spirit of international
cooperation with a view to a universal and effective human rights commitment.
The human rights long-term U.N. goals, , become of international
concern, their recognition being the foundation of freedom, justice and peace in the
world. Referring to the magnitude of human rights „standards/instruments”, it
has been found that U.N. adopted documents are of a universal nature,
conferring non-discriminatory and equitable application to all its member states.
The genuine and positive effort of signatory states, universal legal
instruments - valid, is highlighted by the United Nations Charter, which
provides for "social progress and better living conditions in a greater freedom"
through "international cooperation in the economic, social, cultural, education
and health, and to support the realization of human rights and fundamental
freedoms for all, regardless of race, gender, language or religion", . Art. 55, al.
9 of the Charter of the United Nations on Economic and Social Cooperation is
very relevant in presentation in terms of legal obligation in the fields of culture
and education, which ensures the principle of the equality of peoples' rights.
A series of international instruments have been created, through the gained
global experience in order establish the human rights science, implemented
through actions of common interest, supporting and advocating human
freedoms, identifying levers of research, deepening and promoting to educate
them in the spirit of peace, positive attitudes, equal opportunities and treatment.
For this purpose, in order to offer suggestions on the collective hope of
transforming the world and ensuring a better future for the generations to follow,
international bodies playing a role in defending human rights have decided that,
over the course of the decades, common actions, which capitalize on the right to
education. Actions like: The World Human Rights Conference (1993), Millenium
Declaration 2000, The World Decade of Human Rights Education (1995-2004), The
International Decade For The Culture of Peace and Nonviolence (2001-2010),
encouraged the promotion and assumption by state and non-state actors of
objectives to eliminate obstacles that alter or cancel development, such as:
awareness of human rights, universal commitment of states, formation of a
culture of human rights, knowledge, understanding and protection of rights
children and women, ensuring sustainable development of the environment,
building a better world by deepening respect for human dignity and its values,
reducing extreme poverty, ensuring primary education for all, gender equality,
encouraging respect for life, strengthening a culture of peace by encouraging
tolerance and non-discrimination.
A new challenge in this respect is recorded in another decade of time, which
targets sustainable development programs, eliminating imbalances of any kind:
The Incheon Education Forum, U. N. Decade of Education for Sustainable Development
(2005-2014), The Worldwide Program Regarding Human Rights Education, The 2030