SDG 10 - UN
FOR OUR CHILDREN - The UN sustainability development goals are designed to build a better world for next generations to come. Mankind has come a long way in a very short time. We are only just becoming self-aware in relation to the harm we are causing and the lack of safety nets for our future. The SDGs are international aims that are designed to repair planet earth to make it fit for purpose in supporting all life in a way that ensures the continued survival of species. These goals address the global challenges we face, including those related to poverty, inequality, climate, environmental degradation, prosperity, peace and injustice. The Goals interconnect and in order to leave no one behind, it is important that we do our utmost to achieve each Goal and target by 2030.
UN SUSTAINABILITY DEVELOPMENT GOAL 10: REDUCED INEQUALITIES
The international community has made significant strides towards lifting people out of
poverty. The most vulnerable nations – the least developed countries, the landlocked developing countries and the small island developing states – continue to make inroads into
reduction. However, inequality persists and large disparities remain regarding access to health and education services and other assets.
In the United Kingdom there is no access to justice to ensure equal protections for men, that in this country has gone the other way with laws that effectively give women the right to send men to prison without proof of any kind. Inequality contrary to SDG10 was implemented in the UK is the Sexual Offences Act 2003, implemented by David Blunkett. This Act turns sex trials in the UK as to allegations of a sexual nature into a witch hunt, where the accused is assumed to be guilty before entering the dock in violation of Article 6 of the European Convention of Human Rights and Fundamental Freedoms. In addition, there is no right of appeal in the United Kingdom and the European Court of Human Rights asserts that there is an effective remedy (as per Article 13) when in fact the Criminal Cases Review Commission (the only way back to the appeal court in the UK) also operates a policy of discrimination, selectively referring cases to the appeal court, but not referring other cases of virtually identical nature and circumstances. In some such cases masonic influence may have a bearing. Legal Aid funding cuts give the Crown Prosecution Service the upper hand, while defendants who cannot afford to fund cases privately do not have access to their own experts to challenge so-called forensic evidence, resulting in fraudulently obtained convictions by corrupt police forces, such as in Sussex where they murdered Jimmy Ashley. Such examples make a mockery of the justice system and shame all of those involved where they are signatories to Un ideals in hypocrisy.
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The 17 SDG headings that the UN hopes will make planet earth a better place to live on. They are a good starting point, but useless on their own, without direction as to how to make it happen. The way to make impact-full change is for every nation to pull together, Each country must play their part. If they are a great farming nation, they must farm sustainably. If they have forests in abundance, they must plant more trees. Houses should be carbon neutral, vehicles too, energy should be renewable, industrial units fit solar and windgens (if possible) and politicians be honest about their intentions.
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