Freedom is enshrined as a human right that must be protected. Although all human beings are born free and equal, endowed with conscience and subject to life in society, there have always been situations that endanger our freedom. Not only dictatorial governments, but also different forms of modern slavery are some of the threats to freedom that we are currently facing in different parts of the world.
Other rights derive from the right to freedom, such as the right to freedom of conscience, expression, religion, education, family, association, etc. These are essential for social development and personal and collective good. Freedom also carries with it a sense of individual and social responsibility. Therefore, there is a relationship between freedom and ethics, since acting in freedom is not a mere impulse but rather implies an action that is carried out in conscience for one’s own and common good.
When? February 24th from 6:00 p.m. to 7:30 p.m.
Where? Via Zoom
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