Summary of derechos humanos en la actualidad

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The video discusses human rights in today's world, with a focus on the right to a dignified home. It points out that this right is being hit hard by the current economic situation, and that teachers are lacking in the digital skills necessary for the job. It also discusses how the right to work is not guaranteed for anyone, and how the most vulnerable workers are being impacted by the current pandemias.

  • 00:00:00 Today, we are going to take a look at some of human rights that we have been seeing before, but this time, we are going to focus on one particular issue around the current state of human rights. We are going to analyze one issue around the right to a dignified home, which is one of the rights that is being hit the hardest in today's world. We are going to see images of this right in countries that are considered to be developing, as well as in those that are considered to be underdeveloped. We are going to discuss the right to work, and how it is one of the human rights that is protected through international organizations. However, this right does not only apply to workers who have regular jobs. We are also talking about the right to have a home that is decent, and not just any home, but a divine home. This right is also being hit hard in today's world, due to the economy being unstable and the job market being fluid. We are going to discuss how teachers are currently being classified as professional, but are actually lacking many of the digital skills that are necessary for the job.
  • 00:05:00 In this video, the presenter discusses human rights in the current day. He points out that although some people who work in Argentina, for example in the informal economy, do not yet have a paycheck that they receive, they still do not have any garbage or waste no matter how little they earn. This does not mean they do not have a pension, have no social security, or have no employment rights. If there are many people living this way, they may have a "form" of living, but the people who everyday sell things to earn a living, for example in maintaining gardens, and who go out to find money, have no such rights. The presenter also points out that workers who are most impacted by these pandemias are the most vulnerable, and that today's human rights are not guaranteed for anyone. The right to work today in our country is not guaranteed for anyone. The private sector, for example, is not providing enough support to some companies that eventually fail. The state intervenes to try to help these companies, but cannot do so because there are so many people who have been unemployed as a result. When the pandemic ends, the question of work will be a human rights issue with a fundamental right to be guaranteed.
  • 00:10:00 The video discusses the existence of reports and judicial measures taken by women who experience violence against them, with 22 percent of women reporting previously experiencing violence and 12 percent having taken protective measures. This is a percentage of women of the total number of women who were killed. 22 percent of women who were killed had already made complaints, and the justice system is very slow in helping them. The percentage of women who had already resigned is 12 percent, and that of those who had already made complaints and who had restrictions placed on them is 39 percent. The percentage of male perpetrators of femicide who is in a relationship with the victim is 4 percent, and 18 percent of male perpetrators of femicide know their victim. In terms of percentages, 14 percent of female perpetrators of femicide are related to their victim in a previous relationship, but always as a partner or ex-partner. I bring these figures to show that today's human rights are being threatened; for example, the right to life was born with more urgency after World War II, when more than 6 million Jews were killed by the Nazi regime, among others. Today, this right is being threatened in another way, with regard to women's lives, which are much more vulnerable than men's. That is why this is

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