Universal Declarations

Charter for a world without violence

Charter for a world without violence19-09-2013

                                                    Violence is a preventable disease.


No state or individual can be secure in an insecure world. The values of nonviolence in intention, thought, and practice have grown from an option to a necessity. These values are expressed in their application between states, groups and individuals.


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THE CYLINDER OF CYRUS - the first Human Rights Convention

THE CYLINDER OF CYRUS - the first Human Rights Convention04-05-2012

This clay cylinder with cuneiform writing, was found by a british archaeologist, Hormuzd Rassam, in 1879. It is nowadays kept in the British Museum of London. The text illustrates the enterprises of Cyrus king of Anshan (Persia from 559 to 530 b.C.) and the conquest of Babylon in 539 BC.


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