"The care of human life and happiness, and not their destruction, is the first and only object of good government."
Thomas Jefferson

New Concept of Fundamental Human Rights and Freedoms

It has been 63 years since the United Nations Universal Declaration of Human Rights was adopted and signed by all the UN member states, i.e. 192 by today. Yet, we are still witnessing serious violations of human rights, racial hatred, media suppression and its effects. Every country, due to its traditions and current political system, defines the human rights in different way as the abstract concept of human rights has been a subject of intense philosophical debate and there is no consensus on what the human rights should be regarded as.

Therefore, the Forum for 21st Century has a priority to recognize dignity, freedom, equal and inalienable rights for every individual and accepts the responsibility to provide a platform for open discussion on the issues concerning current state of human rights and find a proper way and peaceful means to ensure the human rights in all the countries.

The negotiation process is breaking new ground, the invitation of the Forum has been extended not only to the UN, national governments and member states, but also to the non-governmental organizations. Plenipotentiary representatives of the African Union, Amnesty International, the European Union, Human Rights Watch, India, Mexico, People's Republic of China and the United States of America have kindly accepted the invitation of the Forum for 21st Century and joined the conference. Common denominator of all negotiation parties, on the basis of their mandates, is to redefine and harmonize the perception of human rights and to create an effective and universal system capable to compel the human rights common for all the individuals.

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Section Chairman:
Barbara Kiszely

Section Vice-Chairman:
Michaela Masárova

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