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The European Commission Against Racism and Intolerance Recommendations for Finland for Combatting Racism and Intolerance in Society



|| Saturday: September 14: 2019 || ά. The European Commission Against Racism and Intolerance:ECRI has published its fifth Report on Finland on September 10. ECRI acknowledges the many measures, that have, already, been taken or are in progress. At the same time, it presents 20 recommendations for Finland to combat racism and intolerance.

ECRI recommends that the mandate of the Non-Discrimination Ombudsman be changed to include the right to examine individual cases of alleged discrimination in employment and the right to bring cases before the courts in proprio motu. In addition, ECRI recommends that the opening of local and regional offices for the Non-Discrimination Ombudsman for which adequate resources should be provided.

It further recommends that the authorities increase the capacity and staff of the Equality Ombudsman, empower the National Non-Discrimination and Equality Tribunal to deal with complaints, concerning discrimination in employment on all prohibited grounds of discrimination, as well as, empower it to grant compensation to victims of discrimination and substantially increase the resources of the Tribunal.

As regards hate speech and hate crimes, ECRI recommends setting up of a comprehensive data collection system for racist and homophobic and transphobic hate speech and hate crime cases and the development of a comprehensive strategy to tackle the problem of racist and homophobic and transphobic hate speech. With respect to hate speech and hate crimes, the training activities of law enforcement officials and the judiciary must be scaled up and the investigation of these alleged offences strengthened.

ECRI repeats its recommendation of the setting up of a body, which is independent of the police and prosecution authorities and entrusted with the investigation of alleged cases of racial discrimination and misconduct by the police. The diversity in the police should be increased to better reflect the diversity of the population.

It, also, reiterates its recommendation for consistent and comprehensive system for collecting data on the basis of ethnic origin, language, religion, gender and citizenship. ECRI stresses the need to provide sufficient funding for National Roma Strategy 2018-2022 and to increase awareness of the Sámi culture among majority population. ECRI recommends that the Act on Legal Recognition of the Gender of Transsexuals be amended by removing the requirement of infertility.

The ECRI recommendations include revising the provisions on family reunification of refugees and beneficiaries of subsidiary protection, in particular, with regard to financial resources, in order to facilitate family reunification and a thorough assessment of the action plan on integration.

Of the recommendations of the Fifth Round Report, ECRI draws particular attention to certain recommendations, the implementation of which is considered to be a priority. A mid-term monitoring on them will be carried out no later than two years from now.


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Resolution Foundation Report the Living Standards Audit 2019: A Redirection of the Government Priorities Urgently Needed



h| Wednesday: July 17: 2019 || ά. In this Annual Report, published today, July 17, by the Resolution Foundation, the latest in the Organisation’s decade-long series, the Report authors take a forensic look at both recent and longer-term trends in UK living standards. They consider how incomes have changed and for whom and this year the Report goes deeper into what economic trends have driven those changes over the past 25 years.

With a new Prime Minister, expected to be arriving at Downing Street and living standards progress appearing to go backwards over recent years, the Report, also, ponder as to what be learnt from this detailed exploration of the past about how best to restart household income growth today. Average disposable household incomes have roughly tripled since 1961, after accounting for inflation. But the last two-year period, 2017-18 and 2018-19, looks to have been the worst on record outside of recessions. For the typical income the Authors estimate average annual growth of -0.3 per cent, which, if, confirmed, would be, even, weaker than the early 1990s recession.

This period of weak growth post-referendum comes on the back of both the financial crisis, as well as, an earlier mid-2000s slowdown for some, with only a short period of healthy income recovery between 2012-13 and 2016-17. This helps to explain why the typical incomes of pensioners have recently converged with those of non-pensioners. And for people in their late 20s typical incomes were lower in the three years to 2017-18 than they were in the mid-2000s.

The groups most at risk of relative poverty have, also, changed. Parents living in couples, up to the age of 35, are now more likely to be living in poverty than a single pensioner age 80 or over is. And over half of pre-primary school children living with only one parent are in poverty.

Relative inequality remains high by international and historical standards, following rapid increases in the 1980s but, there has been only a small rise since then, for incomes after housing costs. Increases in employment since the mid-1990s, particularly, among parents, have helped to hold down inequality while the distribution of housing cost rises has pushed it up.

New analysis of different forms of working-age income finds that men and women have contributed in roughly equal measure to overall income growth over the past 25 years, despite men starting from a higher base. Average annual female employment income has grown by £6,100 or 70 per cent, since 1994-95, while male employment income has grown by £7,100 or 44 per cent.

Ordinarily, the most important driver of this overall growth, for both men and women, has been hourly pay growth, rather than changes in employment or hours. However, households are still recovering from the crisis, with male employment income lower in 2017-18 than in 2007-08.

Instead, the economy has relied on other forms of growth. Population growth has accounted for over-two thirds, 65 per cent, of overall GDP growth since 2007, compared to just 15 per cent pre-crisis. Conversely, productivity growth has gone from accounting for the large majority, 69 per cent, of overall growth to just 22 per cent post-crisis.

Employment growth has continued to support incomes, while the previous long-term decline in the length of the working week has paused. And dramatic falls in mortgage interest costs have taken housing from being a drag on disposable income growth pre-crisis to being a boost overall, though not everyone has benefited from this.

These trends can not be relied upon for future income growth, however, with some having already run out of road. To restore strong household income growth, the next Prime Minister will need to restore sustained productivity growth; make the right distributional choices to help everyone benefit from that growth; reduce housing costs and build on the country’s previous successes in helping parents to work.

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The Resolution Foundation Report: The Living Standards Audit 2019: July 17, 2019: Report Authors: Adam Corlett, Stephen Clarke, Charlie McCurdy, Fahmida Rahman, Matthew Whittaker::ω.

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Natasha Kaplinsky Made President of Barnardo’s as the Charity Challenges the Poverty of Hope




|| Tuesday: July 09: 2019 || ά. Barnardo’s new President Ms Natasha Kaplinsky OBE has praised the Charity for highlighting the hopes and fears of young people in a special report, launched by the Agency yesterday at a Parliamentary reception. The Newsreader, Presenter and Journalist gave her first speech as President at the Charity’s Annual Parliamentary Reception, at the House of Commons, which was sponsored by Mr Robert Halfon MP.

The new Barnardo’s Report, ‘Overcoming Poverty of Hope’, which looks at the concerns young people have for the future, including, climate change, exiting the European Union and crime. Ms Kaplinsky was welcomed by Barnardo’s Chief Executive Mr Javed Khan and they were joined by Actor and Director Mr Andy Serkis, Actor Ms Louisa Clein, Singer Ms Nicola Roberts and Television Presenter Ms Sonali Shah.

Others present at the Reception included former TOWIE Actor and Foster Carer Ms Debbie Douglas, former Made in Chelsea Actor and TV Presenter Mr Sam Thompson, Actor Ms Priyanga Burford, Television Presenter Ms Anila Chowdhry and Lifestyle Blogger Ms Rumena Begum.

Young people from Barnardo’s services, also, attended alongside MPs and representatives from the charity sector. Ms Natasha Kaplinsky said in her speech, “I’m delighted to be joining Barnardo’s as the Charity’s new President. There are so many challenges for children these days. It must be frightening growing up now. They have so many concerns, environmental changes, the internet, difficulties breaking into jobs and believing they’ll never affording a house.

It’s even harder for the most vulnerable children Barnardo’s supports like children growing up in the care system. My aim is to visit as many services as I can and meet as many young people as possible to learn more about the challenges they face and how the charity is helping them.”

Ms Louisa Clein, said, “I’m really proud to champion Barnardo’s. It is so important that young people receive the support they need to navigate the challenges they, may, face as they grow up so they can go on to have a bright future.”

Mr Andy Serkis said, “Barnardo’s has always been crucial in supporting young people to achieve their dreams. With their latest Report revealing young people’s hopes and fears for the future, it is even more important they are able to access the support they need when they need it.”

Mr Sam Thompson said, ‘’It’s very important to me to attend events like this to put a spotlight on the needs of vulnerable children and young people. We need to work together so today’s young people feel they are being listened to and their hopes and fears are not being ignored.”

Barnardo’s ‘Overcoming the Poverty of Hope’ Report show two thirds, 67 per cent, of young people believe their generation will be worse off than their parents. It, also, finds that 62 per cent of 16-24-year-olds feel the government cares more about older generations than their own.

Barnardo’s Chief Executive Mr Javed Khan, said, “I am hugely grateful to our new President and all the celebrities,  MPs and other supporters, who attended the event to hear about Barnardo’s vision, values and the positive impact we have on the lives of the most vulnerable children and young people in the UK.

When young people feel there is little or no possibility of a positive future, what we call a ‘poverty of hope’, they can be vulnerable to exploitation and criminality.

Collectively, we can help young people overcome this ‘poverty of hope’ by believing in them, nurturing their talents, providing opportunities, knocking down barriers and listening to them when it comes to decisions, that affect their futures.”

About Barnardo’s: Last year 301,100 children, young people, parents and carers were supported by Barnardo’s through more than 1,000 services across the UK, such as, young carers, care leavers, foster carers and adoptive parents, training and skills or parenting classes.

We work to transform the lives of the UK’s most vulnerable children and every year we help thousands of families to build a better future. But we can not do it without you.

Caption: Image: Barnardo’s:::ω. 

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Eat and Give at EAT Throughout Summer for Why Should Young People Go Hungry in the Summer in the United Kingdom



|| Thursday: June 20: 2019 || ά. This eating session started on June 19 and will keep on going till end of August for an added purpose other than just eating at the food-courts of EAT. Four Fit and Fed products, including, a Wiltshire Ham and Piccalilli Bloomer, will be on sale at all EAT stores across the UK, with 25p from the sale of each product donated to the charity, changing children’s lives one bite at a time.

EAT has partnered with Fit and Fed, a holiday programme, led by Street Games, to launch a summer campaign, highlighting the importance of providing real food to real people and the relationship between nutritious food and fitness during the summer, which will run until August 31, aiming to raise over £25,000 for the charity. The sad fact is this that an estimated three million children in the UK are at risk of experiencing holiday hunger.

The triple threat of hunger, isolation and inactivity means that many children are losing 80% of fitness built up over the school year and are more likely to be obese and suffer from poor mental health. Fit and Fed works to reclaim the summer by supporting projects in the heart of local communities across the UK, giving them free access to sports and healthy meals.

Across all of its UK stores, EAT will sell these four ‘Fit and Fed’ stickered products to raise money for the charity, donating 25p from the sale of each product to Fit and Fed, in addition to charity boxes to raise further donations.

A number of EAT shops will have smoothie bikes, allowing customers to actively blend their own fresh fruit smoothie, all for a £02 donation, which will go straight to Fit and Fed. EAT is already working closely with some of Fit and Fed’s London-based projects, including, one project, which is based on the edges of the largest Housing Estate in London where 7,500 people live.

Executive Chef at EAT Mr Arnaud Kaziewicz and Master Chef: The Professionals finalist in 2016, says, ‘’We are so proud to work with Street Games on their Fit and Fed initiative and have experienced first-hand the benefits their projects bring to children during the holidays, from social interaction with others, delicious, healthy food, sports activities and fun. The funding goes towards making sure projects like these can continue to be run and, also, allow other projects to be set up.’’

Ms Holly Oades, the Customer Director, EAT says, ‘’‘We are delighted and proud to build on our existing relationship with Fit and Fed. In 2018 we raised over £10,000 through our charity box collections in store and since then have been working closely with Fit and Fed on how to build on the support for this fantastic charity and help in their goal to reclaim the summer holidays for children across the UK. Our ambition for this summer alone is to raise over £25,000 and generate as much awareness for Fit and Fed as we possibly can.’’

Ms Mandy West, the Head of Corporate and Major Donor Fundraising, says, ‘’We’re tremendously excited to be involved in this campaign. The team at EAT all have an enormous sense of enthusiasm for this work and we are absolutely thrilled to be collaborating with them to do more for young people with less. Together, we can put a stop to holiday hunger, inactivity and isolation.’’

EAT will aim to support the charity across all channels in store and online to encourage customers to donate and send squads out of their shop environment to collect further donations and offer samples of the new ‘Fit and Fed’ stickered products on sale. Through EAT’s Charity Committee there will be opportunities for EAT employees, from shop to head office, to get involved through fundraising and volunteering.

About EAT: We are the Real Food Company. A Chef Led, Grab and Go business. At EAT we have been creating, making and serving our own great tasting seasonal recipes for over 20 years in over 90 shops around London and the UK's biggest cities and airports, with our first shop opening for business in 1996 on Villiers Street in London. Fresh food changes with the seasons and we start every day making our food from scratch with our own recipes. We love the food we make and are proud to win awards every year recognising the quality of our food and exciting recipes, most recently winning the award for best Quick Service Restaurant at the MIDAS awards in January 2019, and, the Food to Go Healthy Eating Award and New Food To Go Product award at the 2019 SAMMIES.

About Fit and Fed: Fit and Fed is a national campaign against holiday hunger, inactivity and loneliness. The All Party Parliamentary Group on Hunger estimates three million children and young people are at risk of holiday-time hunger in the UK; 73% of the poorest families can not always afford to feed their children when the support of free school meals is withdrawn and a third of parents in low income households have skipped a meal so their children can eat during school holidays; the most disadvantaged young people are also the least active, particularly, girls and young women and mental health issues are an increasing area for concern, exacerbated by social isolation in holiday times. Street Games’ innovative Fit and Fed campaign offers fun physical activities and nutritious, healthy meals to some of society’s most vulnerable young people. Launched in the summer of 2017, the programme succeeded in reaching 15,500 young people across 233 sites during 2018, serving over 146,000 meals to young people in need!.:::ω.

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Barnardo’s Celebrates Carers’ Week: The Incredible Young Carers That No One Knows But Everyone Expects to Be There But Countless Exist on Their Tireless Ever-going Selfless Giving: Imagine All Carers in the UK Walked Away From What They Do Twenty-Four Seven No Social Services in the Country Can Survive a Day Because of the Infinite Needs Arising Out of This Walk Out




|| Monday: June 09: 2019 || ά. Up and down the country, from the Isle of Sky to Penzance, from the Red Country to the Black Country, from Reading to Bookskeep, countless number of carers and a vast, vast number of whom are young, who themselves should be cared for, work twenty-four-seven, every week and every month and every year, without a break, without a pause, looking after and caring for their loved ones and without whose help, support and assistance their loved ones can not survive a day. People, who have some idea and sense of what social services of the country are supposed to do would know how a mighty ask and task this is and what a large number of families and people are in desperate need of such help, assistance and support, which these young carers are providing! It is too much to ask from them, ask of them. Yet, they go on and on and on.

But imagine that all these carers have, for one day, walked away and off these ever-going and thankless jobs the entire country’s social services would not know how to respond and how to cope! It is as vast and as impossible a task. It can be guaranteed that the country’s social services would break down to respond and meet this infinity of needs, desperate, urgent and ever-going and ever-complicated, that these thankless carers provide every day and every night. This is not healthy for anyone: a society should not and must not ask this much of an infinity from these young carers but we do and they are doing this impossible task.

Therefore, at the least, what the country should do, what the government should do is to ensure that these carers are receiving vital and necessary support and we are not speaking of ‘lip service’ but statutory support, that does not depend on managers seeking to ‘balance’ their budget and seeking to tic boxes: a carer grant of £50 is given! There should be paid for holidays for these carers a few times a year, in which they are given holidays from their caring responsibilities and during that time they are given the resources to go on vacation and recover. These vast number of the army of young carers can not be demanded to do it all on their own for the country knows and the entire range of social services know that they simply will come to a collapse, if, this volunteer army of young carers stop doing what they do. It is great to see Barnardo’s is seeking to celebrate these awe-inspiring young people and their infinity of a gift of giving, that the society is getting benefited from but it is time the society wakes up and takes its share and responsibility towards them.  

Barnardo’s is a national children’s charity, that supports thousands of children across the UK, who care for unwell or disabled relatives, is supporting Carers Week from Monday, June 10. The week aims to raise awareness of the challenges, that carers face and recognise the important contribution they make to their families and communities.

This Carers Week, Barnardo’s highlights the UK’s estimated 800,000 incredible young carers, who can spend more than 30 hours or more each week looking after their relatives, almost, the equivalent of a full time job. This can involve cooking, housework or shopping or, attending medical appointments, as well as, helping to look after their siblings, leaving little or no time to enjoy their childhood.

But far too many young carers, particularly, from Black, Asian and Minority Ethnic communities, are still remaining hidden and missing out on much needed support. Barnardo’s latest report Caring Alone, also, urges local authorities, the NHS and young carer services to employ community outreach workers to highlight the needs of young carers in minority communities and ensure available support is accessible.

Ms Marisa, 15, is a young carer for her mother Jacqueline and her brother James. She gets support from the Barnardo’s Young Carer Service in Redbridge, East London, after experiencing a lot of mental anxiety due to her caring responsibilities.

She said, “I was having breakdowns at school and there was a moment when I couldn’t stop crying. When I finally told someone it was like a weight being lifted off my shoulder and I’m now getting support from Barnardo’s, which has made a big difference to my life.”

Barnardo’s Chief Executive, Mr Javed Khan said, “All children growing up today face challenges but, it’s, even, harder for young carers, who have to juggle homework and making friends with caring for unwell or disabled family members.  

Barnardo’s services help to reduce the burden of caring on children, by giving them opportunities to take a break and enjoy their childhoods. Our latest report highlights how BAME young carers are often ‘hidden’ from services and are even less likely to access support.

Young carers are, often, proud of the support they give their families but, as a society, we must make sure this is never at the expense of their education, their wellbeing, or their future.”

At 17 Ms Neha suddenly had to care for both her parents, her two siblings, Priyanka and Dev and have a major operation herself. She and her siblings pay bills, cook, clean, shop, do the washing, run the house and provide emotional support to their parents.

“Everything changed for me when my parents got ill.” says Ms Neha, who was 17 at the time. “I was doing my A levels at college. My father had had his operation and we were getting ready to start school and college again in September. I was with my mum in the hospital when she had her stroke.

I had a panic, thinking how is Dev going to get to school? How are we going to pick him up? How am I going to get to college on time? And how will I have enough time to do my homework and revise?

When we went to Barnardo’s Care Free and I met my worker, it made a real difference. She spoke to the college for me and gave us all support, including, getting me grants for driving lessons and a laptop. Both have made a real difference to me.”

Barnardo’s runs 20 services, that support young people, who care for a relative, who has a disability, illness, mental health condition or a drug or alcohol problem. The Agency worked with over 4,000 young carers and their families in the last year.

Young carers spend over 20 hours a week caring for their relatives, most commonly, their mother. Some are as young as five when they start caring for a family member. The research found more work is needed within the black, Asian and minority communities to reduce the stigma of mental illness, special needs and disability. As well as, this, far too often children are relied upon to interpret in medical appointments for their families. This can lead to misdiagnosis and exacerbate anxiety within families.

Barnardo’s Still Hidden, Still Ignored 2017 Report into young carers found:
12% had started caring by the age of five; two thirds started while in primary school.
25% said that they undertook over 30 hours of caregiving a week.

Over 50% of young carers felt that their caring responsibilities had negatively impacted their mental health; 25% said that they felt isolated as a result.

In September 2018, the BBC released new research with the University of Nottingham showing that 800,000 secondary school aged young people in England are caring for a parent or sibling. The NHS says that its 10 year plan will benefit 20,000 young carers by 2023:24.

About Barnardo’s: Last year 301,100 children, young people, parents and carers were supported by Barnardo’s through more than 1,000 services across the UK, such as, young carers, care leavers, foster carers and adoptive parents, training and skills or parenting classes. We work to transform the lives of the UK’s most vulnerable children and every year we help thousands of families to build a better future. But we can not do it without you.

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Dear Land: I Captain Jasmin Labarda Chart a Sea Change in a Man’s World: Would You Not Agree That It Ought to Be a Humanity’s World with Two Equal Hemispheres Made of All Women and All Men Like the Earth



|| Saturday: June 08: 2019 || ά. This is an ILO Blog, Written by Captain Jasmin Labarda, from The Philippines. We Publish it as an Open Letter to the Land and Land-people, who are not on the oceans and seas like Captain Labarda. There is much masochism, much misogyny in the world and with it terrible amount of inequality and power-difference created between women and men where it, this humanity is sought to be divided into two opposing camps: men and women and, increasingly, there appears to be a ‘cultured and brewed’ hatred, animosity and hostility, coming into play, as, if, there is any good, that can come off this hatred, animosity and hostility between men and women. The fact is this that this humanity is a duality made of two equal but opposite halves as two hemispheres of the whole of humanity as the earth has two hemispheres.

The entirety of this ‘brewed and cultured’ attempt to set women and men against each other fails to accept that the earth’s two hemispheres are, yes, they are, equal but they are not the same: one hemisphere is reversed to make it fit on the other side or see the left and right hand: one is reversed to be the other. Like this humanity as man and woman are the same: they are equal halves but not the same: one is reversed to be the other. We do not make a suggestion as to what is reversed or what is not. But logically, what is composed is not composed as halves but as nano-dot unit, a nano-dot or a nano-sphere for a large sphere and all these nano-dot-spheres rise proportionally to create the whole sphere. And in each nano-dot sphere exists this half and half structure, which can be made of many a way: east and west, north and south and vice versa.

But this is the logical conclusion that a reversed woman is a man and a reversed man is a woman the way the left hand reversed is the right and the right reversed to be the left hand. This is how mother nature has created us, this humanity where a brother is a man while he contains his mother inside his genome while his sister, being a woman, till contains her father inside her architecture. Further, in this day of opinion fascism practice, where everyone seems to scream, if, something appears not falling into either black or white. There are no complexities, no subtleties, no intricacies allowed or tolerated at all. But we invite our readers to consider this: Emma and Ahmed are siblings of a set of parents: a mother and a father. In their mother these siblings can see are composed the entire flowing generational genomic contributions and their continual evolutionary advancements, that have been achieved thus far from all the preceding generations of mothers and fathers ending at the mother and father of Emma and Ahmed. Now here all these are combined, a flowing of the mother and another of the father resulted the birth of Emma and Ahmed.

Now in this Emma, she is a woman: where in that woman’s physiology and psyche reside the father and mother parts of all that generational genomic contributions and where is Emma’s father in her? Because she is a woman and can not be like her father as he appears physically. The same applies to Ahmed: he is a man. Where in him are his generational genomic contributions made by all the fathers and mothers and, in particular, where in his mother in him? Therefore, in every woman and every man, there reside in genomic silence the entire flowing generations of mother-father-humanity since the dawn of human inception on earth. Therefore, looking at Emma as nothing but a woman is rationally absolutely wrong so is to look at Ahmed and see him nothing but as a man for in both the both man-humanity and woman-humanity exist, despite the physiology taking different appearances. In all Emmas of the world there is the ‘speaking’ visible woman while there remains equally active and alive the invisible silent man. This can be imagined as Emma being a real sphere, that is placed on the empty frame of that sphere in which the empty frame is her father and the real sphere is her mother, that she physiologically looks like and all the Ahmeds of the world there is the ‘speaking’ visible man while there remains equally active and alive the invisible silent woman and in this the real sphere is his father and the empty frame is of his mother. Together they form the humanity of Emma and the humanity of Ahmed. In Emma, so far as she being a woman is concerned, there appears a different kind and expression of humanity, what is called feminine and in Ahmed, so far as he being a man is concerned, there appears another and different kind and version of humanity, what is called masculinity but neither Emma nor Ahmed can be complete and whole as human beings with only being one of the two for they both contain the both kinds of humanity in them while one is expressed and other is silent but not absent. Therefore, humanity is not a simple and easy to box in thing: it is an infinitely complex, infinitely elaborate and ever-deeply layered and stratified to put in little boxes. And in this one can further say that no sphere can exist without its form. Therefore, Emma, despite being a woman, is contained in that form of the man while Ahmed, despite being a man, is contained in that form of the woman. This is why, however, not very scientific, it is almost universal that girls tend to feel more connected to their fathers and boys to their mothers because of this form: a paradoxical architecture this is, is it not, that a woman’s form is man where her content of being a woman is housed and a man’s form is woman where his content of being a man is housed.

Therefore, those, who violently go ahead and seek to impose and dictate concocted, brewed and cultured ideas of these issues should be confronted for the horrendous human condition in the world and the terrible and horrendous state in which women of the world are being kept will not change until and unless the largest army of humanity is assembled to fight these horrors and ending them establishing liberty and equality for all humanity, for all woman and men with burying Chauvinism, masochism and misogyny into the depth of the deepest sociological dustbin and that can only be done through all men and women are recruited in this army of revolution for equality and liberty for all: fighting together for there is no liberty and no equality for man alone so long women are left out or the other way round for so long there remains parts of humanity in not liberty and in inequality they can not exist for the rest of humanity. We all get to liberty and equality together: together, therefore, men and women, we must fight these battles and the first and foremost of these battles is to not stop, not cease, not stall, not falter until and unless universal education, universal higher education and universal life-long learning is achieved across the globe for all humanity: all women and girls and all boys and men. All for one and one for all.

Does this not bring the issue to this that there is no black and white in this difficult, layered and infinitely complex architecture, that humanity is? Therefore, in Emma there reside her all-mothers and her own mother as much as her all-fathers and her own father and, likewise, in Ahmed they do the same. Therefore, seeking to turn men and women into opposing camps one fighting the other is nothing but self-destructive. We humanity should, ought and must fight together as one, all men and all women together for liberty and equality for all, to end all inequality, all discriminations, all disempowerments and disenfranchisements and all power-gaps: for all humanity, for all women and for all men. We all should, ought and must fight to end Chauvinism, masochism and misogyny together: all men and all women: all for one and one for all.

This makes the fighting force of humanity double the size than otherwise the case for either side. This is a man’s world, which is terribly and sadly true but it is not so because some day, in some past, all men had sat at a secret club meeting and had a lot of drink and smoke and they decided to create a Chauvinistic, masochistic and misogynistic society so to suppress all the women; instead, it is so because we, humanity had, back in the long, long past, destroyed natural justice and developed power-base governance, economic and political systems and got humanity naturale to become dehumanised zoohumanity by killing liberty and establishing inequality so that there appeared two opposing groups of humans: the powerful  and the powerless. And the powerful always had and do have the determinative, definitive and absolute say as to how the powerless exist and in this the system has enforced Universal non-education instead of Universal education and with that it enforced the deficit far and wide and in this women fell at the most powerless end of the powerless group because of the resultant of that dehumanisation, that created societies, that are Chauvinistic, masochistic and misogynistic. Unless humans are dehumanised they can not come to tolerate, accept and practice th