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Assembly call for a Bear Epilepsy doesn’t come with a manual it comes with a mother shirt vote on the final 48 nations voted in favor a day nine dissented in the universal duration of human rights was adopted in claims in a simple powerful idea all human beings are born freeand equal to seeand write ratio is made clear that rights are not for government they are the right of all people it does not matter what country we live in who are leaders are even who we are because we are human we therefore have rightsand we have lights governments are bound to protect his three years duration was many nations have made less in making human rights a human reality barriers was people from enjoying will liberty the full experience dignityand the role of humanity have fallen away places racist laws have been repealed legaland social says that relegated women to have been abolished the ability of religious minorities to their a freely has been secured in most cases this progress was not easily one people for an organized campaign in public squaresand faces to change not only laws are in my work generations 4 million visuals who live through one’s narrow by they are now able to live more freely participate more fully in the political economicand social lot’s of their communities very well as you all know much more to be done to secure commitments that realityand progress for all people today I want to talk about were we to do to protect one group of people whose human rights are still denied into many parts of the world today in many ways they are visible minority they are being terrorized even executed many are treated with contemptand violence by their fellow citizens while authorities empowered to protect them the other way or too often even join in the abuse they are denied opportunities to workand learn driven from their homesand countriesand force to suppress or deny who they are to protect themselves from harm I’m talking about a lesbian bisexualand transgender people human beings born freeand given the snow qualityand dignity who have a right to claim that which is now one of the remaining human rights challenges of our time I see about this subject knowing that my own country’s record on human right for gay people is far from perfect until 2003 was still a crime parts of our country many LGBT Americans have endured violenceand harassment in their own livesand for some including many young people bullyingand exclusion are daily experiences so we like all nations have more work to do to protect human rights at home now raising this issue I know is sensitive for many people in the obstacles standing in the way of protecting the human rights of LGBT people rest on deeply held personal political culturaland religious beliefs so I hear before you with respect understandingand humility even though progress on this front is not easy we cannot delay so in the spirit I want to talk about the difficultand important issues we must address together to reach a global consensus that recognizes the human rights of LGBT citizens everywhere the first issue goes to the heart of the matter some have suggested that rightsand human rights are separateand distinct but in fact they are oneand the same now course years ago the government draftedand passed universal declaration of human rights were not thinking about how to apply to the LGBT community they also were thinking about how it applied to indigenous people or children or people with disabilities or other marginalized groups in the past 60 years we’ve come to recognize that members of these groups are entitled to the full measure of dignityand rights because like all people they share common humanity’s mission did not occur all at once evolved over timeand we understood we were honoring rights that people always rather than creating a new or special rights for the like being a woman like being a racial religious tribal minority being LGBT does not make you less humanand that is why gay rights are human rightsand human rights are gay rights is a violation of human rights when people were killed because of their sexual orientation or because they do not conform to cultural norms about how menand women should look or behave is a violation of human rights when governments declare it illegal to be gay or allow those who harm gay people to go unpunished is a violation of human rights when lesbian or transgender women are subjected to so called corrective rate or forcibly subjected to hormone treatments or when people are murdered after public calls for violence four days are when they are forced to leave their nationsand seek asylum in other lands to save their livesand it is a violation of human rights when life saving care is withheld from people because they are a equal access to justice is denied to people because they are gay or public spaces are out of bounds to people because they are gayand look like where we come from or who we are we are all equally entitled to our human rightsand dignity issue is the question of whether homosexuality arises from a particular part of the world some seem to believe it is a Western phenomenonand therefore people outside rounds to reject it well in reality gay people are born intoand along to every society in the world they are all ages all races all face they are doctorsand teachers farmers bakers soldiersand policeand whether we know it or whether we acknowledge it they are our family our friendsand our neighbors being gay is not a Western invention is a human realityand protecting the human rights of all people gay or straight is not something that only Western governments do Constitution in the aftermath of apartheid protects the equality of all citizens including a people in Columbiaand Argentina the rights of gays are also legally protected all the Supreme Court has ruled that equal rights apply to LGBT citizens the government of Goliad has committed to pursue new legislation that will tackle anti gay discrimination now some worry that protecting the human rights the LGBT community is a luxury that only wealthy nationsand a four but in fact in all countries there are costs to not protecting these rights in both gayand straight lives lost to diseaseand violence in the silencing of voicesand views that would strengthen communitiesand ideas never pursued by entrepreneurs who are gay costs are incurred whenever any group is treated as lesser or the other whether they are women racial or religious minorities or the LGBT former president multi of Botswana pointed out recently that for as long as LGBT people are kept in the shadows cannot be public health program to tackle HIVand a holds true for other challenges as well the most challenging issue arises when people cite religious or cultural values as a reason to violate or not to protect the human rights of LGBT citizens this is not unlike the justification offered for violent practices toward women like honor killings widow burning or female genital mutilation some people still do those practices as part of a cultural tradition but violence toward women is cultural is criminal likewise with slavery what was once justified as sanctioned by God is now properly reviled as a conscionable violation of human rights in each of these cases we came to learn that no practice or tradition trumps human rights that belong to all of us in this holds true for inflicting violence on LGBT people criminalizing their status or behavior expelling them from their familiesand communities or Lee or explicitly accepting their killing of course bears noting that rarely are culturaland religious traditionsand teachings actually in conflict with the protection of human rights indeed religionand culture are sources of compassionand inspiration toward our fellow human beings it was not only does it justify slavery who leaned on religion it was also those who sought to abolish it in mind that our commitments to protect the freedom of religionand to defend dignity of LGBT people emanating from a common source for many of us religious beliefand practice is a vital source of meaningand identityand mental to who we are as peopleand likewise for most of us Robin family that we forge are also vital sources of meaningand identity caring for others is an expression of what it means to be fully human to human experiences universal human rights are universal across all religionsand cultures the four issue is what history teaches us about how we make progress toward rights for all progress starts with discussion now there are some who sayand believe that all gay people are pedophiles that homosexuality is a disease caused or cured days recruit others to become gay while these notions are simply not true they are also unlikely to disappear if those who promote or ask them are dismissed out of hand rather than invited to share their fearsand concerns no one has ever abandoned a belief because he was forced to do so universal human rights include freedom of expressionand freedom of belief even if our words or believes denigrate the humanity of others while we are free to believe whatever we choose we can do whatever we choose not in a world where we protect the human rights of all reaching understanding of these issues takes more than speech it does conversation takes a constellation of conversationsand places bigand small takes a willingness to see stark differences in belief as a reason to begin the conversation not to avoid from changes in laws in places including my own country legal protections have preceded followed broader recognition of rights laws have been teaching laws discriminate validate other kinds of discrimination laws require equal protections reinforce the moral imperative of the quality Lee speaking is often the case that one must change before fears about change dissipate many in my country thought Pre Truman was making a grave error when he ordered the racial desegregation of our military they argue that undermine unit cohesion until we did as we saw how it strengthened our social fabric in ways even the supporters of the policy could not foresee likewise some reason my country that the repeal of don’t ask don’t tell when you have a on our armed sis now the Marine Corps Commandant was one of the strongest voices against the repeal concerns were unfoundedand the Marines have embraced the change finally progress comes from being willing to walk a mile in someone else’s shoes we need to ask ourselves how we feel if it were a crime to love the person I love how it feel to be discriminated against for something about myself that I cannot change this challenge applies to all of us as we reflect upon deeply held beliefs as we were to embrace toleranceand respect for the city of all personsand as we engage only with those with whom we disagree in the hope of creating greater understandingand final question is how we do our part to bring the world to embrace human rights for all people including LGBT people yes LGBT people must help lead this effort as so many of you are knowledgeand experiences are invaluableand their courage inspirational we know the names of three LGBT is literally in their for this causeand there are many more names we will never know but on those who are denied rights are least empowered to bring about changes they see loan minorities can never achieve the majority necessary for political change so humanity is sidelined the rest cannot sit on the sidelines every time a barrier to progress has fallen in cooperative effort from those on I have a barrier in the fight for women’s right to support a man remains crucial the fight for racial equality has relied on contributions from people of all races Islamic polio or anti Semitism is a task for people of all the same is true with the struggle for equality conversely when we see denialsand abuses of human rightsand fail to that message to those deniersand abusers suffer consequences for their actionsand so they carry on but when we do have to send a powerful moral message right here in Geneva the international community this year to straighten a global consensus around the human rights of LGBT people at the human rights Council in March 85 countries from all regions supported a statement calling for an decriminalize Asianand violence against people because of their sexual orientationand gender identity the following session of the Council in June South Africa took the lead on a resolution about violence against LGBT people the delegation from spoke eloquently about their own experienceand struggle for human qualityand indivisibility when the measure became the first ever UN resolution recognizing the human rights of gay people worldwide in the organization of American states this year the Inter American commission on human rights created a unit on the right LGBT people step toward what we hope will be the creation of a special rapporteur now we must go furtherand work hereand in every region of the world to galvanize more support for the human rights of the LGBT community to the leaders of those countries where people are jailed the or executed for being gay I ask you to consider this leadership definition means being out in front of your people when it is called for standing up for the see all your citizensand persuading your people to do the same it also means ensuring that all citizens are treated as equals under your loss because let me be clear I am not saying that gay people can’t support don’t commit crimes they canand they do just like straight peopleand when they do they should be held accountable but it should never be a crime to be gayand people of all nations I say support human rights is your responsibility to the live gay people are shaped not only by laws treatment they receive every day from their families from their neighbors about who did so much to advance human rights worldwide said these rights begin in the small places close to home the streets where people live in schools they the factory farms in offices where they were these places are your domain the actions you take the ideals you paidand determine whether human rights flourish where you areand finally to LGBT menand women worldwide we say that wherever you liveand whatever the circumstance of your life whether you are connected to a network of support or feel isolatedand vulnerable please know that you are not alone people around the globe are working hard to support youand to bring inand to the injusticesand dangers you face that is certainly true for my countryand you have an ally in the United States of Americaand you have millions of friends among the American people the Obama administration defends the human rights of LGBT people as part of our comprehensive human rights policyand has a priority of our foreign policy in our embassiesand our diplomats are raising concerns about specific casesand lawsand working with a range of partners to strengthen human rights protections for all in Washington we created a task force at the State Department to supportand coordinate this work in the coming months we will provide every Embassy with a toolkit to help improve their effortsand we created a program that offers emergency support to defenders of human rights for LGBT people this morning Washington Pre Obama into play the first US government strategy dedicated to combating human rights abuses against LGBT persons abroad building efforts already underway State Departmentand across the government the president has directed all US government agencies engaged overseas to combat criminalization of LGBT statusand conduct to enhance efforts to protect vulnerable LGBT refugeesand asylum seekers to ensure that our foreign assistance promotes the protection of LGBT rights to enlist international organizations in the fight against discriminationand to respond swiftly to abuses against LGBT persons I’m also pleased to announce that we are launching a new global quality on that will support the work of civil society organizations working on these issues around the world on will help them record so they can see learn how to use the law as a tool managing their budgets train their staffand partnerships with women’s organizationsand other human rights groups we committed more than 3 million to start this fundand we have hope that others will join us in supporting it the womenand men who pay for human rights for the LGBT community in places some of whom are here today with us are braveand dedicatedand deserve all the help we can give them we know the road ahead will not be easy a great deal of work lies before us but many of us have seen firsthand how quickly change in our lifetimes attitudes toward gay people in many places have been transformed many people including myself have experienced a deepening of our own convictions on this topic over the years as we have devoted more thought to it engaged in dialogueand debateand establish personaland professional relationships with people who are gay this evolution is in evidence in many places like one example the Delhi High Court decriminalize homosexuality in India two years ago writingand I quote there is one that can be said to be an underlying theme of the Indian Constitution is inclusiveness there is little doubt in my mind that support for LGBT human rights will continue to climb because for many people this is all people deserve to be treated with dignityand human rights respected the matter who they are for whom they love their phrase people in the United States involve encouraging others to support human rights be on the right side of history the story of the United States is the story of a nation that has repeatedly within toleranceand inequality we fought a brutal civil war over slavery people from coast to coast joining campaigns to recognize the rights women indigenous peoples racial minorities shouldering people with disabilities immigrants workersand onand onand the march toward equalityand justice has continued those who pay for expanding the circle of human rights wereand are on the right side of historyand history honors them though tried to constrict human rights were wrongand history reflects that as well timeshare today involve questions on which opinions are still evolving as it has been so many times before opinion will converge once again with the truth be immutable truth that all persons are created freeand equal in dignityand rights we are called once more to me real words of the Universal declaration let us answer that call let be on the right side of history for our people our nationsand future generations whose lives will be shaped by the work we do today I come before you with great hopeand confidence that no matter how long the road had we will travel it successfully together thank you very much. 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