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MIL OSI Translation. Region: Portuguese / Latin America –

Source: Republic of Brazil

The Geneva Declaration of Consensus was adopted today, October 22, in a virtual ceremony. The Minister of Foreign Affairs, Ernesto Araújo, and the Minister of Women, Family and Human Rights, Damares Alves, recorded a video message that was broadcast during the event.

The Geneva Consensus Declaration aims to defend the right of women to the highest standards of health, to promote women’s essential contribution to health, to strengthen the role of the family in a prosperous and successful society and to emphasize the need to protect the Right to life. Co-sponsored by Brazil, the USA, Egypt, Hungary, Indonesia and Uganda, the Declaration already has 25 more subscribing countries.

The Brazilian government is proud to be part of the Geneva Consensus Declaration, which aims to promote the human rights of women and strengthen the role of the family, topics of great importance for Brazil.

 

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The Geneva Consensus Declaration Virtual Signing Ceremony

October 22nd, 2020

The Geneva Consensus Declaration was adopted today, October 22, in a virtual ceremony. Minister of Foreign Affairs, Ernesto Araújo, and Minister of Women, Family and Human Rights, Damares Alves, recorded a video message that was broadcast during the event.

The Geneva Consensus Declaration aims to defend the right of women to the highest standards of health, to promote women’s essential contribution to health, to strengthen the role of the family to a prosperous and successful society and to emphasize the need to protect the right to life . Co-sponsored by Brazil, USA, Egypt, Hungary, Indonesia and Uganda, the Declaration has already more than 25 subscribing countries.

The Brazilian government is proud to be part of the Geneva Consensus Declaration, which aims to promote the human rights of women and to strengthen the role of the family, topics of great importance to Brazil.

 

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Virtual Declaration Ceremony on the Geneva Consensus

October 22, 2020

The Declaration of Consensus in Geneva was adopted today, October 22, in a virtual ceremony. The Minister of State for Foreign Affairs, Ernesto Araújo, and the Minister of Women, Family and Human Rights, Damares Alves, took a video message that was broadcast during the event.

The Declaration of the Consensus of Geneva aims to defend the right of women to access the highest standards of health, to promote the essential contribution of women to health, to strengthen the role of the family to a more successful and successful society, and subraying the need to protect life. Co-sponsored by Brazil, USA, Egypt, Hungary, Indonesia and Uganda, the Declaration is with more than 25 countries that support it.

The government of Brazil is proud to be part of the Declaration of Consensus of Geneva, which has as its object the promotion of the human rights of women and the strengthening of the role of the family, topics of great importance for Brazil.

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