Pact for the Future of Humanity
This process belongs to Pact for the Future of Humanity
This axis wants to challenge how we relate to each other, how we relate on a basis of inequality, and how our societies are built in the acceptance of inequality. The only way we have challenged this so far is by saying that we need to provide opportunities to everybody.
But we have not been addressing the roots of inequality. This is linked to a kind of leadership that is not empathetic, that makes a difference between the public and the private, and the personal and the political spheres. We challenge this with feminism and feminist leadership of women and men alike, which does not make this separation, which does not accept inequality.
We challenge this also with a new generation of rightsT, not only new rights but on rights that are also linked with a new type of citizenship that is not linked directly to borders, and the need for a global citizenship that protects this. And universal human rights are what comes closer to that but we need to work around them to deliver this new notion of citizenship.