The United Nations Declaration on Universal Human Rights
The United Nations Declaration on Universal Human Rights has existed as a reference document for approximately 62 years despite Universal Human Rights and Dignity are the essences of being. The US should join force with the UN and the global community to advance the document from a Declaration to an International Universal Human Rights binding treaty. Human rights no longer pertain only to individualism, race, ethnicity, gender, economical, social, civil, political, religion and cultural but also to environmental, migration, quality of life, and well being. Therefore, the fundamentals of human rights must evolve and be enforced along with Environment Protection and Rights treaty to adjust to such factors as continuous environment degradation, exploitation, pollution, and toxics; population increase; transformation of societies and people; and global warming and climate change. Obtaining a consensus treaty would be a historic landmark achievement for the global community and critical and urgent for continuing progress on civil rights, human rights, dignity, and well being in this nation and the world. And for bolstering efforts to support and advance global democracy, liberty, civil rights, peace, harmony, inclusiveness, diversity, pluralism, prosperity, security, universal human rights, dignity, and well being worldwide.
Gaining a binding treaty on Universal Human Rights along with Environment Protection and Rights (presently being promoted at the UN by the grass root communities) would be tremendous steps toward building a Global or World Constitution. Since nature elements such as light, air, water, dust, warming gases, and atmosphere have no borders; nature energy and resources are unlimited; the universe is infinite; and since all things are parts of or belong to nature, .a World Constitution is necessary, just, righteous, most effective or in other words, is the nature or divine way. The comprehensive tasks require comprehensive and well devised plans and actions for implementation and enforcement; systems or mechanisms to manage, monitor, analyze, validate and if necessary, apply UN and global communities resources or expertise whenever and wherever applicable for implementation and enforcement.
The global and collective efforts would strengthen and advance the US Constitution, US leadership, this nation values, the common goods, and humanity goodness and virtues. In addition, the achievements would enrich society, foster diversity and pluralism, improve the fabrics of society, safeguard humanity goodness, and advance the common good. By organizing and being active in the treaty, the US would participate in and promote a stronger and more robust dialogue, alliance, and program between governments, civil society and human rights experts on potentially the most effective means to achieve the well being for all and earth common habitat.
The world is currently full with sufferings: wars, atrocities, violence, abuses, destruction, oppression, cruelties, human trafficking, inequality, injustice, slavery, poverty and hunger, diseases, disasters, hatred, social ills, and many other inhuman acts. As a co-founder of the UN, members of the UN Security Council and UN Human Rights Council, the US must do all it can or humanly possible to protect, defend, promote and advance the UN as well as this nation and the global community inspirations, aspirations, ideals, principles, values, and common goods. We hereby, strongly urge and encourage the US to advance Universal Human Rights and Dignity and to work with the UN and the global community toward oneness or global citizenship for the development, transformation and advancement of humanity and earth common habitat. We thank you for your caring, support, empathy, efforts, and humility on this critical and urgent cause.