Protest for Social Responsibility – Public Services Are a Human Right
25 April 2013, 2.30pm
Tahrir Square, Egypt
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The Rise of Civic Consciousness, Developing Clean Water & Public Services in Africa: we declare public services a human right, we support water desalination investment projects across Africa.
“In the name of Allah the most compassionate and merciful the Constitution of Medina 622 C.E. - the first social contract between state and citizen.
We duly recognise The Medina Constitution lit the torch of freedom by establishing a Free State for a pluralistic community composed of Muslims, Jews, and pagans. This unprecedented Free State, the first of its kind in the intellectual and political history of human civilization, was founded by none other than Prophet Muhammad himself in the Gregorian year of 622, that is, more than thirteen hundred years before the Universal Declaration of Human Rights (1948) envisaged a modern pluralistic, religiously tolerant Free State.
This written constitution provided the Madanian society with the concept of devolution of powers, which later became the practical foundation of democracy.” Shaheeb M. Sher
I Shah Sher petition the development of services to the public to help build the economy to improve the right to life.
As public services stand underdeveloped, so do the freedoms of expression and health of our society. The African people have a real choice to articulate the choice that is before what has with 80% of the world's resources, been recognised as the bread-basket of Europe and the United States. We can look back to the past or look to the future. If we look to the past we must follow those Institutions accused of harbouring delusions of grandeur and risk the prospect of pubic service’s failing its sacred public promise to improve the health and vitality of society.
Those who will endeavour to look to the future will honour the vision to preserve the delicate equilibrium of the world around us and adjust towards an equitable world in which in the absence of definitive, unsurpassed competitive advantage in terms of production and technology there exists a clear balance of powers. So long as breath is in our bodies we will not sacrifice in standing or devotion.
Will we reaffirm the values our nation was founded on or veer towards an oppressive world where we attempt to regulate the vitality of society because we are unable to accommodate a unity of purpose. Those who abandon public respect and legal due-process must be held accountable for the terrorism they inspire.
We must find our place in the world as equal, equitable partners and fulfill the dream of Africa.
With increasing pressure to maintain public services it is vital we obtain structures of compliance for the demands we face as a modern democracy of the future. Africa which has always stood with the admiration of the world has an important place in deciding how these challenges to democracy are managed.
We should ask ourselves how public services progress liberty and freedom for a modern working democracy of the 21st century?
History has shown that democracy is unable to support itself with secretive mechanisms that can and have been known to abuse power and betray public trust.
The African people will do itself justice and stand by the principles that made it a great continent from the dawn of civilisation.
Rebuilding Africa, I support the Chinese Water Desalination Treatment Project as a public regeneration effort and an economic development opportunity for Africa
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The Rise of Civic Consciousness in Africa
Those who will endeavour to look to the future will honour the vision to preserve the delicate equilibrium of the world around us and adjust towards an equitable world in which in the absence of definitive, unsurpassed competitive advantage in terms of production and technology there exists a clear balance of powers, a recognition of the rights of all people, Palestinian or African.