OMEP was present at UNESCO, this December 11, 2023, for the Celebration of the 75th anniversary of the Universal Declaration of Human Rights: “the common ideal to be achieved by all peoples and all nations”
Through various perspectives, the event reaffirmed the importance of human rights in achieving UNESCO’s mandate in the areas of education, science, culture, communication and information for the promotion of peace.
Gabriela Ramos, Deputy director general for Social and Human Sciences, recalled the importance of coordinating the declaration of indivisible and inalienable human rights with the 17 objectives of sustainable development of the Agenda 2030.
States are reminded that they must ensure respect for rights, record and apply new standards such as open science, the ethics of artificial intelligence, adapt their economy and environment to the effects caused by climate change and their education. to the digital world and the future.
Peace and justice remain the essential and fundamental basis of human rights.
OMEP can be proud to carry its plea loud and clear to consider the child as a citizen from birth, to educate for peace from an early age and to ensure respect for human rights as well as those of children (CIDE).