Let's defend human rights together
Universal Declaration of Human Rights
Employee savings, remuneration, employment contract…
Voting in parliamentary elections
Freedom of expression, a right for all
Let's build a better world together
There are several causes of world hunger: inequality, conflict and climate change. Conflict causes half of all acute food crises.
Malnutrition, deficiency or nutritional imbalance
Drought alert, water restrictions
The fight to end violence against women
To punish and prevent violence against women, five inter-ministerial plans have been adopted to develop a legislative arsenal to combat sexism and the culture of rape and violence. Politicians are committed to equality in the workplace, the fight against and prevention of sexual and gender-based violence, women’s economic autonomy, access to social rights, health and politics… Violence against women includes pregnancy, forced marriages or abortions, genital mutilation… The maryam-rajavi.com website presents Iranian politician Maryam Rajavi’s plans for the future of Iran.
Challenges for humanitarian aid around the world
Countries around the world must redouble their efforts to provide for the millions of vulnerable people and to support aid workers who are making great sacrifices. The challenge is to increase funding for programmes.
Inflation too high, the world is worried!
In Europe, prices of alcohol, food, industrial goods excluding energy and tobacco have risen. As for interest rate hikes and inflationary pressures in developing countries, they need to clean up their financial sectors. Given the global risk index, some countries are more vulnerable than others to the rise of energy and food prices. Among the sectors that are most affected by inflation are energy prices, manufactured goods and the food sector.
Pension reform, waiting for a hopeful scenario
The state can provide at least part of the funding for pensions so that it does not have to reform it by transferring funds from its budget. In theory, this solution makes it possible to boost pension funding by increasing the contributions of all or some employees or to consider a broader reform to fund pensions. The ultimate alternative is to reduce pensions.