Who We Are
“Where, after all, do universal rights begin ?
In small places, close to home (...)
Unless these rights have meaning there,
they have little meaning anywhere.”
Eleanor·Roosevelt at the U.N. (July 1947)
Universal Declaration of Human Rights
There once was a country who strove to join CEDAW but was denied entry; nevertheless, she still embraced the Convention and integrated it into her domestic legal system.
Through effective collaboration, the government and its people are open to learn, willing to reflect, and eager to better themselves. Hence, there will come a day when the citizens of this country prove themselves as a nation who realized the core vision of the Convention.
Names and titles are no longer important, as the fundamental belief behind the respect for and protection of life will shine through.