LGBT Rights And Health: The Priorities Of The European Union And United Nations Security Council. The EU and United Nations Security Council may be experiencing misplaced priorities as it has chosen to propagate the rights of the LGBT while shoving it down the throat of all of Europe with incomparable attention to life threatening issues that persists in the Continent and world.
It has become apparent that EU and UN Security Council takes more action where LGBT matters are raised compared to other aims and objectives that it had been created to uphold.
The UN Security Council has the primary responsibility for the maintenance of international Peace whereas the European Union was created for complete development of the continent of Europe and overall well-being of its citizens along with promoting sustainable development based on a balanced economic stability, promote scientific and technological progress, combat social exclusion and discrimination, promote social justice and protection, equality between women and men, and protection of the rights of the child, enhance economic, social and territorial cohesion and solidarity among EU countries.
LGBT Rights And Health: The Priorities Of The European Union And United Nations Security Council.
In recent times, it has been noted that the EU has spear-headed the legalisation of LGBT laws in the continent as well as promoting their rights high above the rights and health of the general people along with the UN Security Council following suit. Needless to say that the EU seeks to make advances in health with diseases death rates on the decline across the continent but with the vigour in which LGBT rights are being pursued along with its enforcement and diseases ravaging the continent, one would not be wrong to ask what the primary aims of the EU is.
According to scientificworldinfo.com, Good health is central to human happiness and well-being that contributes significantly to prosperity and wealth and even economic progress, as healthy populations are more productive, save more and live longer. Health is important to live life to the fullest and thus emphasis need to place on human health and its sustenance.
On January 5, the UK government announced a partnership with German pharmaceutical giant BioNTech, which – along with Pfizer – manufactured the revolutionary mRNA COVID-19 vaccine. This said partnership is proposed to test potential vaccines for cancer and other diseases. This is a commendable course of action in the right direction and more of these pursuits are expected.
With a number of already promising developments in the field of cancer research, it would be advisable to the EU to place more emphasis in the promotion of human lives and health. As much as promotions go, there should stronger promotions on enlightenments on health, starting from prevention and encouraging healthier lifestyles of the people, followed by improved accessibility to healthcare and improving quality of life.