The Universal Declaration of Human Rights The right for life The right for liberty and justice All people are equal We have rights and duties The right for citizenship The state is the guarantee of human rights
the right to speak freely the right to get an education the right to be protected against religious discrimination the right to choose the work you like
Peaceful Resolution of the Political Conflicts: achieving compromise keeping initial positions; agreement, based on mutual compromise; exhaustion of resources of the country, what makes conflict impossible; achieving understanding and respect as a result of hard confrontation.
Reconciliation under duress based on: evident superiority of one country and deficit in another one; isolation of one country, its low status, weak position; elimination of the opponent (so peace is set due to the absence of the enemy)
What should be done for peace: Declaration of Human Rights; Adopt laws, which prohibit wars; Remember that the Earth is the mother for all people and they have equal rights; Organize peace forums, meetings, conferences, summits; Get education (we must study customs, traditions, cultures, religions, values of other countries); Study deeply the nature of conflict.
All we need is: dialogue; tolerance; equality; respect; work at yourself.