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This is the adapted version for the Dresden conference

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  • 1. Dignity, essential to find one‘s identity as a woman
  • 2.
    • In 2000 the Security Council adopted resolution 1325 on women, peace and security.
    • The resolution was a landmark in many aspects.
    • It emphasized the importance of women’s full and equal participation in all efforts for peace and security -- before, during and after conflict.
  • 3.
    • At the 2005 World Summit held at the United Nations, leaders declared that gender equality and human rights for all are essential to advancing development, peace and security.
  • 4. The situation today
    • Reality lags far behind the rhetoric of declarations
    • Two-thirds of the world’s 876 million illiterates are women, and three-fifths of the 115 million children out of school are girls;
  • 5.
    • Just 15.6% of members elected to parliaments (both houses combined) in the world are women;
    • There is no country in the world where women earn as much as men. On average women earn from 50% to 80 % of men’s wages;
  • 6.
    • Since the founding of the United Nations, of the 49 presidents of the General Assembly elected since 1945, only two were women;
    • There has been no woman Secretary General of the United Nations, nor has there been a woman Director General of UNESCO .
  • 7.
    • Women’s work continues to be undervalued, underpaid, or not paid at all.  
    • Out of more than 100 million children who are not in school, the majority are girls.  
    • Out of more than 800 million adults who cannot read, the majority are women.  
    • Violence against women and girls continues unabated in every continent, country and culture.
  • 8.
    • “ I call on men around the world to lead by example: to make clear that violence against women is an act perpetrated by a coward, and that speaking up against it is a badge of honour.” Ban Ki-Moon
  • 9.
    • WFWP Europe is committed to the advancement of women for peace and security, in which the value of each individual is recognized.
    • Therefore we promote activities that encourage development towards meeting MDG No.3, of Gender Equality in all fields of life.
  • 10. „ Dignity of Woman“ in relation to the Millennium Development Goals
  • 11.
    • Sexualised advertisement, pornography, rape, forced veiling, forced prostitution, trafficking, female genital mutilation, honour killings,
    • Within Europe, the sex trade has an annual turnover of billions of Euros.
    • A billion dollar industry conveys the message that the brutalizing, torture, enslavement, mutilation, contempt and humiliation of the female sex is equivalent to sexual pleasure.
    • Domestic violence is an issue many times ignored
    trafficking Prostitution Forced child prostitutution Sexual harrasment at work Pornography Widow burning Domestic violence Sexualized advertisement Forced veiling Violence towards women up to today constitutes by far the most frequent violation of human rights
  • 12.
    • The view of woman is distorted
    •   Women are degraded merely to the role of sexual object
    These are urgent problems in the field of the status of women requiring immediate attention.
  • 13. Creating awareness of human dignity
    • Considering the amazing God-given human potential in each woman this state of affairs is unforgivable
    •  
    T he awareness of dignity in the human society, especially regarding the dignity of women is one of the most important prevention aspects regarding all kinds of violence against women, men and children such as trafficking, forced prostitution and domestic violence.  
  • 14. The dignity of women is, first and foremost, a human right!
    • The Vienna Declaration and Program of Action (adopted in 1993) stated that the human rights of women and the girl-child are an inalienable, integral and indivisible part of human rights.
  • 15. Building upon the remarkable framework of human rights legislation and mechanisms of the United Nations and among governments over the last 60 years to prevent conflict and promote peace and prosperity among and within nations. Knowing that human trafficking, sexual exploitation, domestic violence and all forms of abuse constitute an unacceptable violence against women and children that damages the whole fabric of the society and is irreconcilable with a culture rooted in the dignity and value of the human being.
  • 16. Definition of „ Dignity of the human being“
    • The first to have formulated the term ‘dignity of the human being’ was the renaissance-philosopher Pico della Mirandola. In his speech ‘De hominis dignitate’ (Meaning from Latin “About the dignity of the human being”1486/87), he shows that man is free to determine his nature in accordance with his own will.
  • 17. Dignity dwells within each person
    • According to the German philosopher Immanuel Kant every person has dignity, it dwells within, independant of his abilities, social position or other characteristics like gender, race or age.
  • 18. Dignity Man and woman are created in the image of God Ethical autonomy of people Man’s responsibility For the individual Directed to the society All human beings are born free and equal in dignity and rights. ´(HRD) The control of urges through moral strength is freedom of spirit, and the expression of this phenomenon is called Dignity. Dignity has various degrees, where she approaches grace and beauty, it is called Noble and where it borders with awe, it will be called Sovereign. The highest degree of grace is "magical", and the highest degree of dignity is Majesty. (Friedrich Schiller about Grace and Dignity-1793) The dignity of human beings is inviolable. It is the duty of all governmental institutions, to respect and protect it. (Article 1 UD of HR) as feature as commission
  • 19. Dignity as feature Article 1. All human beings are born free and equal in dignity and rights. They are endowed with reason and conscience and should act towards one another in a spirit of brotherhood.
        • Whereas recognition of the inherent dignity and of the equal inalienable rights of all members of the human family is the foundation of freedom, justice and peace in the world,...
  • 20. Dignity as civic participation Article 7 All are equal before the law and are entitled without any discrimination to equal protection of the law . All are entitled to equal protection against any discrimination in violation of the Declaration and against any incitement to such discrimination
      • Excerts of the Preamble
        • Whereas the peoples of the United Nations have in the Charter reaffirmed their faith in fundamental human rights, in the dignity and worth of the human person and in the equal rights of men and women and have determined to promote social progress and better standards of life in larger freedom,..
  • 21. Restoring the image of womanhood in society.  Inspiring women to feel the beauty and value of true femininity, to discover their immanent God given dignity and to live it.  Let us awaken human awareness fully to the original value and the original beauty of the woman!
  • 22. Relating to our dignity
    • We need to think about our unique and precious personalities
    • It is the time to learn to cherish ourselves and realize that we possess special values, capabilities and talents which our society desperately needs.
    • Becoming aware of our specific feminine qualities
    • Understanding, that without women and feminine qualities in men respectively, there can be no peace
  • 23. Discovering, nourishing and valuing Dignity within ourselves.
  • 24. Be authentic!
      • To be ourselves is what makes us more amiable
  • 25. Accept ourselves and our life
    • “ When you love yourself, you love all other people to the same degree. So long as you love any other person less than yourself you never really and truly loved yourself, - when you don’t love all people as much as you love yourself, in one human being all human beings: and this person is God and man (or woman). So, it is right with such a person that loves ‘him-or her self’ and loves others as much as he or she does, and this is right and good.”
  • 26. Explore the Aim of our soul
    • Once we have found the way to our inner Queen dignity, all that remains is to discover which strengths, dreams, abilities and desires are within us.
  • 27. Desires and visions
    • The greatest, internal strength arises out of a personal vision. Vision, articulate clear ideas and wishes give us courage and help us
    • Visions and desires are like a fire within us. Let us keep it alight and let it burn brightly.
  • 28. Dignity goes peace
    • Raising awareness about and “living our dignity” are the first steps of any further steps, the cornerstones for the creation of a “culture of peace”.