PNfV organized a fifth Transatlantic Summit last week with over two hundred leaders from forty nations. This occasion is significant to them since they would jointly sign on to a document called New York Commitment. Thus, they commit themselves to renewing the authentic spirit of UDHR, which is celebrating milestone seven.
During his first interview, Jose Antonio Kast – a former presidential candidate in Chile and current PNfV president – highlighted that one needs to return to the initial ideals behind the United Declaration of Human Rights. He spoke at the U.N. headquarters in New York, arguing that they should focus on humanity and respect individual rights. That, according to him, forms the basis of the 1948 treaty. (Source)
The central point of their message is an appeal to the UN as a forum for their voices to be respected. They endeavor to maintain the eternal values that formed the basis for writing the Universal Declaration of Human Rights.
Leader’s promises are not just about signatures; they reflect dedication to creating family-friendly atmospheres to enhance families and their members. The oath goes even further to an obligation to safeguard life.
This starts from when parents decide to conceive through to the postnatal period. In addition, it has a strong parental and legal guardian’s right to protection. Thus, these people are referred to as having sufficient parental rights, which allows them to educate their kids on religion and morals based on their beliefs.
It seeks a world that values human rights, family support, and protecting children’s rights throughout the universe. The leaders understand the importance of parents in shaping their children’s education. Therefore, seek to cultivate a tolerant environment that values differences. The expectation is that these pledges translate into effective activities culminating in improved lives of people and families worldwide.
So, the fifth Transatlantic Summit is one of the landmarks towards upholding the fundamental beliefs. Especially concerning human rights and international cooperation. Therefore, through this joint endeavor, leaders anticipate a tomorrow that acknowledges and reinforces those societal ideals.