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AMB. Hon. Blessed Paris Ubara to mark 12 goals of eradicating poverty with goals 1,2,3,4,5,6,7,8,9,10,11 and 12 of sustainable development goals and his new appointment in office as Humanitarian Ambassador and also to eradicate poverty in the society that the people of Isoko land are facing today in their State.
According to Amb. Apostle Emmanuel Ovuede spoke bitterly and condemn the act of businessmen and women most especially politicians who leave their Locality to develop others while theirs, is in the darkness. His Corrosively condemns the insecurity in the country, of Nigeria and that all the law enforcement agencies, security especially the Police should stop collecting 100 nairas from vehicles and that they should face their jobs, and that IG should caution or deploy all the bad eggs in the police force, with this it will enable them to sit up and face their job. ENCOURAGEMENT:
Also, he urges all the states and localities not to leave security work to security agencies alone, that each state should able to produce local security for themselves.
Security of lives and properties is the responsibility of all. Everyone deserves to live in peace without the fear of domination by a set of persons on the ground of ethics or religion.
Everyone should wage war against WAR, physical VIOLENCE, and TORTURE. Again it is important to care for those in a refugee camp, and those seeking Safety. Peace and Safety for all is our collective responsibility. Amb.Apostle Emmanuel Ovuede is a Humanitarian Ambassador the Grand Patron Worldwide of Women's Effect Initiative International(UN-WEII)
still go ahead to talk about GENDER EQUALITY
Gender equality is not only a fundamental human right, but a necessary foundation for a peaceful, prosperous and sustainable future. Eradicating gender issues means a world where women and men, girls and boys all enjoy equal rights, resources, opportunities and protections. Empowering girls from the start is proven to have lasting and compounding benefits over the course of their lives. When girls are supported to be active in civic and political spaces, in particular, they are empowered with the tools and skills they need to be drivers of positive change in their families and communities. Girls are the experts of their own experiences, priorities and needs, and are powerful catalysts for a a world where gender equality flourishes.
SECURITY OF VULNERABLE PEOPLE The aim of human rights instruments is the protection of those vulnerable to violations of their fundamental human rights. There are particular groups who, for various reasons, are weak and vulnerable or have traditionally been victims of violations and consequently require special protection for the equal and effective enjoyment of their human rights. Often human rights instruments set out additional guarantees for persons belonging to these groups; the Committee on Economic, Social and Cultural Rights, for example, has repeatedly stressed that the ICESCR is a vehicle for the protection of vulnerable groups within society, requiring states to extend special protective measures to them and ensure some degree of priority consideration, even in the face of severe resource constraints.
This part focuses on groups that are especially vulnerable to abuse of human rights; groups that are structurally discriminated against like women and groups that have difficulties defending themselves and are therefore in need of special protection. Twelve groups are discussed: 1) women and girls; 2) children; 3) refugees; 4) internally displaced persons; 5) stateless persons; 6) national minorities; 7) indigenous peoples 8) migrant workers; 9) disabled persons; 10) elderly persons; 11) HIV positive persons and AIDS victims; 12) Roma/Gypsies/Sinti; and 13) lesbian, gay and transgender people. Clearly this is not an exhaustive list of persons in need of particular protection, as many other groups not discussed in this part suffer from discrimination and oppression. HUMAN RIGHT The right to social security is recognized in numerous human rights instruments, including the Universal Declaration of Human Rights and the International Covenant on Economic, Social and Cultural Rights and is crucial for guaranteeing a life in dignity.
A fundamental human right, social security is a potent tool to combat discrimination and an essential instrument for reducing poverty and promoting social inclusion. It aims to provide income security and support at every stage of life for everyone, with particular attention to the most marginalized. Interview by ICC MEDIA Journalists: Blessing Stephens aka Moana Nigeria agency Jennifer contact us: +2348130386172 email copy NPressNigeria #ICC MEDIA