Healing the United Kingdom - Improving Peace, Prosperity and Human Rights in the United Kingdom (Paperback)

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Healing the United Kingdom - Improving Peace, Prosperity and Human Rights in the United Kingdom (Paperback)

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The International Community should be advised that the government of the United Kingdom is currently in dispute. Due to the Tories bad governance, the UK is currently like a lost puppy, which needs protection and safeguarding by the NGO community. Boris Johnson's late government is also responsible of violating the UN Convention on the Rights of the Child (UNCRC) - the UK's restrictions on family reunion continuing to prevent many refugee families from being together. The UN Special Rapporteur on extreme poverty and human rights strongly criticized the UK's austerity policies, finding that they have resulted in around 14 million people living in poverty with almost 1 in 2 children affected - with 600,000 more children living in poverty in the UK than in 2012, and with a projected 5.2 million total by 2022. Therefore it is imperative that a Basic Income Guarantee (BIG) is implemented in the UK, to effectively counteract child poverty and socioeconomic inequalities - so that all people in the UK have the opportunity to get a good education and be able to provide for their children. It is also imperative that the UK government makes the prevention of gender-based violence and domestic abuse a top priority, and implements the necessary legal measures to put an end to gender violence and femicide - so that rule of law and legal protection can be ensured for women; and the rape and killing of women and girls by men is punished accordingly. Hence the International Community is advised to keep a safe distance from the UK government, until it has agreed to evolve and improve itself - by restoring the UNCRC in the country, and upholding the Universal Declaration of Human Rights (UDHR). In the meantime domestic policy, foreign policy and human rights issues concerning the United Kingdom will be handled by the NGO BTB-Global Peacebuilding. PS: Although a revolution in the UK has just been implemented, as far as I'm concerned it's business as usual in Great Britain. However, it might be of benefit for the British establishment to brush up on their European language skills. But those Britons who just want to stick to English, are of course quite welcome to do so: ) On that note, British English might also be in need of some improvement, though. Such as rediscovering the age-old virtues of this great language; which includes empathy, solidarity across borders, reciprocity between nations and co-operation - as well as the art of witty and intelligent dialogue: )
Product Details ISBN: 9781716805585
ISBN-10: 1716805589
Publisher: Lulu.com
Publication Date: June 24th, 2020
Pages: 274
Language: English