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Participatory democracy or participative democracy is a model of democracy in which citizens are provided power to make political decisions. Etymological roots of democracy (Greek demos and kratos) imply that the people are in power, making all democracies participatory to some degree.
An election is a formal group decision-making process by which a population chooses an individual or multiple individuals to hold public office. Elections have been the usual mechanism by which modern representative democracy has operated since the 17th century.
A democratic system of government is a form of government in which supreme power is vested in the people and exercised by them directly or indirectly through a system of representation usually involving periodic free elections.
What is democracy?
Rule by the people. The name is used for different forms of government, where the people can take part in the decisions that affect the way their community is run. ... The people elect their leaders. These leaders take this decision about laws. This is commonly called representative democracy.
The movement of a person from his or her usual place of residence to a new place of residence, in keeping with the laws and regulations governing exit of the country of origin and travel, transit and entry into the destination or host country.
Irregular migration – Movement of persons that takes place outside the laws, regulations, or international agreements governing the entry into or exit from the State of origin, transit or destination. … The fact that they migrate irregularly does not relieve States from the obligation to protect their rights.
Upon arrival in an EU Member State, individuals and families seeking refugee status are subjected to a comprehensive assessment of their life in their country of origin. The CEAS is tasked with assessing if an individual is truly eligible for refugee status, or if, for example, they are an economic migrant.
We work to change public policies to improve lives
We support legal and orderly migration. We also support the right of individuals to request asylum or protection.
The practice of vigorous action or involvement as a means of achieving political or other goals, as by demonstrations, protests, etc.
Civil disobedience can be defined as refusing to obey a law, a regulation or a power judged unjust in a peaceful manner. Civil disobedience is, therefore, a form of resistance without violence
According to the UN, there are three categories of nonviolent actions: protest and persuasion, including marches and commemorations; non-cooperation; non-violent intervention.
We work on the formation of a political leadership.
Leadership is the art of motivating a group of people to act toward achieving a common goal. In a business setting, this can mean directing workers and colleagues with a strategy to meet the company's needs.
Human rights are the basic rights and freedoms that belong to every person in the world, from birth until death. They apply regardless of where you are from, what you believe or how you choose to live your life.
First generation rights.
First-generation rights include, among other things, the right to life, equality before the law, freedom of speech, freedom of religion, property rights, the right to a fair trial, and voting rights. … In Europe, they were enshrined in the European Convention on Human Rights in 1953.
Second generation rights.
Second generation rights are social, economic and cultural and include the rights to reasonable levels of education, healthcare, and housing and minority language rights.
We work to change public policies to improve lives
We work to make Latin America a better place for human rights.
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A political prisoner or political prisoner is any natural person who is kept in jail or otherwise detained, for example under arrest, without having committed a criminal offense but because their ideas pose a challenge or threat to the established political system. , be this of the nature that is. It is distinguished from the prisoner of conscience, who is characterized by the non-use or advocacy of violence.
We registered 264 political prisoners in Venezuela. In addition, 9,411 people remain subject to arbitrary criminal proceedings, for political reasons, but under precautionary measures.
The number of political prisoners doubled on the island after the July 11 protests. The Cuban Prisoners Defenders organization registered on its list, published this Tuesday, 272 incarcerated for crimes of opinion, 124 of them arrested during the demonstrations.
The number of people captured in the context of the political crisis in Nicaragua, whom the opposition describes as ``political prisoners``, rose to 155 this September.