the political debate surrounding the lethal violence has been the strengthening of the criminal law, have become a race that has been in the driver's seat, while the hit the left on the side of the road. When young people die, should not be limited to, a headline or a statistic.
the UN's child convention, which Sweden adopted in the national law, has a duty to the utmost of their ability, to ensure the child's survival and development.” This obligation also means that Sweden needs to carry out preventive work, ensuring that children do not grow up and end up in the east, where the deadly violence is ever-present. The children and young people who are victims of violence, regardless of the situation or circumstances, have not had their human rights are protected, and the state has therefore failed in this area.
the Campaign for ”Collective sorrow”
in Order to highlight the impact of the deadly violence that young people experience in socio-economically deprived areas across the country are supporting the Rally Sweden is now the campaign for ”Collective sorrow”. The campaign is being run by two young human rights activists, Joseph, Farhan, and Sakariya Hirsi, from the suburb of Tensta and Kista, Stockholm, sweden, which wants to show the people behind the headlines, as well as to highlight the tragedy when young people die. Who are the most affected, and how their lives are shaped by the constant presence of the? What should have been done differently, well before the shooting started? The way in which society has failed them, and how destructive trends are to be broken?
What are the violations and their underlying root causes for a more sustainable future for all?
to check out more of the stories from the young people themselves and include them in the conversation to be countered, the, and their distance from the people who are actually affected by the violence. Otherwise, the reports about the violence in the utanförskapsområdena” a fertile breeding ground for prejudice, and they are growing up and living in the midst of and are affected by the deadly violence, and at risk of further stigmatisation.
the Government needs to do more,
throughout the world, more and more young people are in the front line with the hope and the ambition to change the world into a better place. For the Amnesty international young people's engagement and social activism has always been a driving force in our efforts for change and respect for human rights. Through initiatives such as the ”Collective sorrow”, we see that the young people and the victims have to be on their own terms and conditions, and set the agenda.
the Government has announced a programme of action for the gängkriminaliteten, but what is the strategy to set out to prevent children from growing up to be a victim of the lethal violence? How are the violations and their underlying root causes for a more sustainable future for all? How are we going to ensure that every child and young person to grow up in a secure environment, working on housing, health care, schools and social services Our elected officials and our public authorities have the ultimate power, but the responsibility is spread across the whole of society, both for me and for you. We all share a collective grief for the life that never was lived. < / span> < / span>
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