According to a report from the United Nations food agencies, around 690 million people regularly go to bed early. Hunger is an offshoot of another global problem: poverty. People go to bed hungry because they, or their family and state, could not afford any food for them. The problem persists at the individual, societal, and international levels. The reasons for the persistence of this problem also exist at all of these levels. Countering the problem of world hunger requires first acquiring a deep understanding of all of its underlying causes: lack of access to markets and credit, lack of education and skills, and a disadvantaged location in society, both social and physical, and then finding ways to tackle each of them at all levels.
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“All human beings are born free and equal in dignity and rights.” –
Article 1, The Universal Declaration of Human Rights (United Nations, 1948)
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Gender discrimination is one of the most common forms of human rights violations as an abuse of rights that affects millions of people globally. Despite obvious progress, gender discrimination continues to span various areas of society. That is why gender issues are currently of particular concern, and policy makers and governments should take the appropriate actions to eliminate gender discrimination in society. Continue reading “Essay on Gender Discrimination in Our Society”