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Besides, the third paragraph of art. Article 6, right to parity democracy, is significantly important; it defines the equality between men and women in societies. With the passing of the time, law became outdated. It is indispensable to update it so that it will serve the needs of the societies.

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Nowadays, the definition of freedom is not the same as it was fifty years ago. Five decades ago, people strove for freedoms and rights and it is thank to their struggle that societies can enjoy them today.

At this moment, nations fight for rights that they still do not have. This declaration tries to fill that lack of rights that other important documents do not cover.

There is no doubt that all rights brought together in this declaration constitute an update in the field of human rights.

It takes into account the new social realities, and the implementation of a qualified democracy through an exhaustive set of articles.

However, it is concerning the fact that it has been named as emerging human rights, which may eroded the nature of the human rights as basic of minimum standard. En segundo lugar, gracias por querer compartir con nuestros lectores y lectoras sus experiencias y conocimientos, teniendo en cuenta que una persona como usted tiene que tener una agenda muy apretada y un tiempo limitado.

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Actualmente reside en Argentina, donde imaginamos que vive muy feliz. RM: Si hay algo en lo que personalmente envidio al pueblo uruguayo es su Presidente. De esta manera, Montevideo retridownloade a la comunidad internacional por todo lo que han recibido aquellos uruguayos que durante la dictadura tuvieron que escapar para salvar sus vidas.

Ha sido todo un placer. For this reason, we have a special person with us to commemorate it. Allow me to introduce Ms. Marta Benavides, a good friend from El Salvador and an international activist working on culture of peace, sustainability, inclusiveness, human rights and women equality. Marta, thank you very much to open us your heart one more time. Marta Benavides: Gracias, the pleasure is mine.

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I see UNESCO as a key instrument to work for culture of peace, which is the real expression of real development and real security. I have just returned from visiting and working with rural and coastal communities, 6 hours trip, from the coast to the mountains and the valleys.

JCR: I wanted to start by remembering Latin America in the s, at that time, El Salvador and other countries of the region were under dictatorships. A context which Mr. How do you remember those years? What do you feel it has changed since then? This was a way to keep law and order so those military regimes, which were imposed as dictatorships earlier in the 20th century could keep in power, and allow the national oligarchies to continue their enrichment, while in collusion with international enterprises which were established in each country.

The dictatorships, some were family dynasties, were awarded loans by foreign industrialized governments to train and arm the military and police, to keep law and order by force, so labor would work at low wages, with no rights, and to stop the demands of peasant movements for land and water rights. Impoverishment, hunger, inequalities became the life of the peoples of the continent, and so was also the destruction of Mother Earth.

This is still the reality in the continent, which includes the Caribbean. In terms of changes… for me it is problematic to say that much has changed.

It is only the ways in which the extraction continues.

JCR: And what do you think it remains to be done yet in this region? MB: The violence that affects almost all nations from Mexico to Colombia must be resolved. This is mostly linked to organized crime that is related to drug trafficking, with its related human and arms traffic. All these is related to the ever increasing demand and drug consumption of citizens in industrialized nations.

The problem is that now we see that some of the countries in the route are now becoming consumers. The issue of inequalities is major too, as the continent is seen as the one which is most unequal. The case of youth is difficult in particular, and in the Central American region it is notable the presence of very dangerous and violent gangs.

These gangs now seem to be also relating to organized crime. Because of this situation, there is serious talk to increment the numbers of policemen. However this can be a major problem, given the traditional corruption and repression practices of those forces. Another aspect that is urgent is the migration of large percentage of the www. What should it be their geopolitical role for the coming years?

MB: I think they and other related counterparts, like the regional parliaments are very good instruments that have not played as yet, the real roles that they must. The citizenry must be educated to participate for the effective use of these entities and processes. We dialogued about the role of current technological revolutions as greatest transition in human history, with the creation of an emergent planetary civilization.

I commented to you that quantum computers, Artificial Intelligence, nanotechnology applied in health, alternative energy and space travels will change radically the human life in coming decades. But, what is this project and why you are working in? Could you remind it to all the readers of Global Education Magazine, please?

MB: I think that what you were talking about, is here, and more is coming… it is like saying that by the year there will be travel to Mars… forget the moon, no? I see that people run and even sleep at the door, regardless of how cold or hot it is, just to get the new gadget, that seems to be giving direction and meaning to their lives.

The poems and delight on stars seem to be absent in their lives, oblivious just the same to what is going on in the world, financial bubbles, drones, wars, and COPs Conferences of the Gov Parties no matter what number it is, but usually ending with no effective results, it does not matter, but getting the new gadget does.

Now, every person practices quantum physics, regardless, for we see the world that we have created and continue to create: we are ready to go to Mars, and not to heal the planet, right?! We are here on Mother Earth as humans, and our purpose is to become truly humane, as we make our choices and decide the purpose of our existence, for we are already in Mars, in the universe, in the moon, but we are still looking for our soul… human rights, and the economic, social and cultural rights of peoples, and the practices for the care of the planet are the ways to be about the exercise of our full humanity.

JCR: Talking about all that, what is your opinion about the role of Global Citizenship Education to achieve a transnational and transcultural consciousness about glocal problems? How could future generations build a transpolitical and transhumanist democracy based in rights to freedom, equity and fraternity emanated from Universal Declaration of Human Rights?

In this practice we are to understand that each action is a seed, which MB: As I see it, the UN plays a most important role in creates the future that is to come.

We must the discernment of what is going on in the world, the remember that we reap what we plant. We are whys and how of that, and on what can and must be the creators of present and future, thus, it is done to guarantee quality of life for all present and important that we educate ourselves to be about future generations and for the care of Mother Earth.

The colonial progress, and this is true. But be mindful, what kind of change, development and paradigm continues to weigh strongly in the direction and decision making in the progress? We need to be about real education, at this moment account the quality of life of peoples up to the seventh generation, and the care of more than ever. We must decolonize our minds and practices, and know what is of Mother Earth?

This acknowledgment and practice, purposely choosing each action value, and what must be valued. The Declaration of Human Rights, the convention on the Economic, Social and Cultural Rights of Peoples, as well as conventions such as the right to live in peace, the right to development, right to self determination-and the right to free, previous, informed to proceed to any consent.

Agenda 21 in all its aspects, must be at the center of quality education for sustainable practices at the personal as well as collective levels.

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These are formative aspects of education. However they have not been at the core of education, rather pragmatism has been, people are not educated to think critically, but usually learn to choose for profit, not quality, and least quality of life, not understanding at all the web of life, of how all is related, and the oneness we all are, thus how the local is global and vice versa. UNESCO is the entity that can, and must be about this, yet for the very historical, economic, political and pragmatic reasons I have already pointed out, most countries, do not see it in this way, and do not apply it to the educational programs.

In my country for example, it has been easier to save money by having fewer hours for public education, and to train for employment in low wage factories or call centers, and short contract jobs. In there will be an opportunity to reflect on future steps for the common life of world-society. What would your suggestions be for civil society?

And for local and international governments? And there are some results already. It is clear that eradication of poverty continues to be a key aspect that has not been fulfilled, as well as the intentionality in the care of the planet.

It is clear also that the very people who suffer impoverishment, discriminations and inequalities were never properly integrated into the MDG processes, nor in the creation of them. I think that people the world over should learn about these processes. Universities, education in general, the information society must be www. This is really urgent and important because we are in a new era, not an era of changes, but a new era, of global and planetary citizenship, for personal, local, and collective fulfillment, thus the personal and local must play an important and determining role.

JCR: What structural changes are necessary to introduce in glocal panorama to achieve the eradication of poverty?

MB: On this point is necessary to understand that poverty is the result of wrong priorities, that there are structural conditions that create impoverishment, that there are still colonial practices, and an international division of labor, that are expressed at all levels that depend on inequalities, discrimination, extraction for exploitation of humans and planet. These must be dealt with intentionally, again, besides the political will, education is a major factor. MB: GCAP is about development of peoples movements to accompany the peoples who challenge the systems of injustice and exploitation, and the structures that cannot but result on impoverishment and lack of peace.

In this context, we also monitor the UN and related programs so it be about its real purpose, that of promoting and guaranteeing real peace and real security. We can accompany the UN as it works with governments on the MDGs and SDGs, but it is our position to assure that the voices of those who suffer the impoverishment, discrimination and inequalities, together with the care of the planet, are at the center of that work, as well as its results.

It is also our call to work with any other actors in the world, at government and civil society levels, who commit to this call and the challenge for the eradication of poverty, for justice, liberation and human fulfillment.

My role as GCAP global co chair is precisely to propitiate and be about that. What is your secret to be full of energy and develop all that hard work? MB: I am glad that you ask this question, because here again is about how do we go at the personal and local level to bring about the culture of peace, and the call for justice, liberation and human fulfillment, the education began at home, in childhood, from my mother and father.

My sisters and I, of whom I am the oldest, were taught and raised in the indigenous principles of sustain- ability, and on the importance of community building for that purpose. There is a spiritual principle that guides these practices: that we are born to live a useful and meaningful existence. And we were taught every day, and in every action to reflect and manifest that. I do not think that families and mothers and fathers are now about that as a priority.

And this is at the root of the present mindless society.

People must learn to hate, and if they can learn to hate, they can be taught to love, for love comes more naturally to the human heart than its opposite. What could our children learn from him? What kind of lessons you think he leaves for the humanity?

MB: In his life we see the affirmation that people are born in kindness, and that we can and must be about the creation of societies that allow for these principles to be manifested in the most natural way. Kindness is not our second nature, rather it is our nature, thus it is all about committing to bring that practice out in an effective way.

What should it be yours? He asked Boccherini to provide a guitar part for his own use in those compositions which he liked, in exchange for bocchetini hundred francs for each quartet, quintet or symphony.

Add SACD to basket. The performances certainly capture the languid southern sensuality of this music; the Cuarteto Casals are not afraid of modern-style vibrato, yet still keep the atmosphere light as a warm breeze. The Age of Elegance. Usually despatched in 2 — 3 working days.

The next fifteen years were a time of security and steady activity for Boccherini: InBoccherini moved to Madrid at the urging of the Spanish ambassador to Paris. With gentleness, charm, and the slightest touch of melancholy, the music unfolds and leads to the quiet ending. In he traveled to Madrid, Spain and was in the employ of a brother of the King of Spain. Only by fully inhabiting each sonata could Lester present every detail of their individual character with such confident ease. Richard Savino guitar Artaria Quarte.

This item is currently out of stock at the UK distributor. Drinking Hanging Out In Love. The opening two movements of the guitar quintet come from the opening movements of the earlier string quintet. AllMusic relies heavily on JavaScript. Several other rich amateurs acted in a similar manner, which prompted Boccherini not to compose, as many believed, but to arrange with a guitar part a rather large number of chosen pieces from among his works.

Boccherini replaced the second cello boxcherini a guitar, revamped and arranged about a dozen string quintets.How do you remember those years? Although we were political opponents - and although our relationship was often stormy - we were always able to come together at critical moments to resolve the many crises that arose during the negotiation process.

We are here on Mother Earth as humans, and our purpose is to become truly humane, as we make our choices and decide the purpose of our existence, for we are already in Mars, in the universe, in the moon, but we are still looking for our soul… human rights, and the economic, social and cultural rights of peoples, and the practices for the care of the planet are the ways to be about the exercise of our full humanity.

The poems and delight on stars seem to be absent in their lives, oblivious just the same to what is going on in the world, financial bubbles, drones, wars, and COPs Conferences of the Gov Parties no matter what number it is, but usually ending with no effective results, it does not matter, but getting the new gadget does.

These are formative aspects of education. A traveller would sit and admire the view.

This item is currently out of stock at the UK distributor. JCR: Talking about all that, what is your opinion about the role of Global Citizenship Education to achieve a transnational and transcultural consciousness about glocal problems? Only by fully inhabiting each sonata could Lester present every detail of their individual character with such confident ease.

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