Caitlyn Jordan Virginia Dandan, an independent expert on human rights and international solidarity for the United Nations Human Rights Council, lectured on solving local issues on an international level.This is especially important in developing countries, Dandan said, since they may not have the means required to solve a problem.“Many countries lack the financial resources and lack the human resources necessary to handle problems on their own,” she said.Yet international solidarity is still important in more established countries, Dandan said.“Even in wealthy countries, there are still pockets of poverty that remain,” Dandan said. “In trying to eradicate inequality and discrimination, what country in the world can do this on its own? They need international cooperation.”This international cooperation is universally beneficial, Dandan said.“Countries are still interdependent with each other,” she said. “They are still interrelated in what they’re doing.”Dandan said fighting human rights violations through international solidarity would make the causes of these violations clearer to other countries dealing with similar issues.“International solidarity tries not only to encourage human rights, but is able to get to the root causes of the violations of human rights at the international level,” she said.The movement aims to help all countries involved by promoting the values of the United Nations, Dandan said.“The collective purposes and actions of international solidarity must be directed towards fostering the three pillars of the United Nations, which are peace and security, development and human rights,” Dandan said.Luigi Crema, a visiting Kellogg fellow from the University of Milan, provided commentary on Dandan’s talk and discussed her role in the United Nations.“She is trying to take an idea from the limited boundaries of a political body and move it towards international needs,” he said.The global fight against terrorism is an example of international solidarity, since many countries acknowledge the threat terrorism poses and have worked together in an attempt to eliminate it, Crema said.“This fight embodies a political view that is global and not just local,” Crema said.Everyone can participate in international solidarity by remaining aware of global issues and becoming involved in attempts to eradicate these issues, Dandan said.“Those hopes that you have for your own individual tomorrow must include a very real engagement with what is happening around us,” she said. “Let us not give [future generations] a world where they have no more choices to make because they have to live with what we have done today.”Tags: Hesburgh Center for International Studies, international solidarity, Kellogg Center for International Studies, UN Human Rights Council, United Nations, Virginia Dandan Independent expert on human rights and international solidarity for the United Nations Human Rights Council Virginia Dandan spoke about the importance of international solidarity in a lecture Thursday afternoon sponsored by the Kellogg Institute for International Studies. Dandan said the goal of international solidarity is to allow local issues to be solved on an international level.“International solidarity is a platform that broadens the participation of implementing human rights across borders,” Dandan said.
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UPDATE: Later Tuesday, Major League Baseball announced the Marlins’ games will be postponed through Sunday (BAL @ MIA Tuesday night, MIA @ BAL Wednesday and Thursday, and WSH @ MIA Friday through Sunday). “Given the current circumstances, MLB believes that it is most prudent to allow the Marlins time to focus on providing care for their players and planning their Baseball Operations for a resumption early next week,” the statement reads. “The health and safety protocols were designed with a challenging circumstance like the one facing the Marlins in mind. The response outlined in the joint MLB-MLBPA Operations Manual was triggered immediately upon learning of the cluster of positive cases, including contact tracing and the quarantining and testing of all of the identified close contacts. The Marlins’ personnel who tested positive remain in isolation and are receiving care.”In addition to the Marlins, MLB has postponed the remainder of the home-and-home series between the Phillies and the Yankees. After the Marlins’ coronavirus outbreak among the team’s players and staff, many have wondered whether Major League Baseball will end up canceling the 2020 season. Dr. Anthony Fauci says we’re not quite to that point, but warns the outbreak could put the season in “danger.”Speaking to “Good Morning America” on Tuesday morning, Fauci explained why MLB shouldn’t end the season right away. Fauci is the director of the National Institute of Allergy and Infectious Diseases. MORE: Dr. Fauci explains what went wrong with his first pitchFauci was asked directly whether the season could continue and responded, “I don’t know, I hope so.” He went on to explain the situation in more detail.”This could put it in danger,” Fauci said. “I don’t believe they need to stop, but we just need to follow this and see what happens with other teams on a day-by-day basis.”Fauci added that the league has put a lot of work into making sure this season goes smoothly.”I know that Major League Baseball, the players, the owners, the managers have put a lot of effort into getting together and putting protocols that we feel would work,” Fauci said. “It’s very unfortunate what happened with the Miami [Marlins]. I’m concerned. I hope the players are all right. I’ve heard a dozen of them have gotten infected.”MORE: Did Donald Trump lie about throwing Yankees first pitch?News about the Marlins got worse Tuesday as additional players tested positive.Marlins have had four additional players test positive, sources tell The Athletic.— Ken Rosenthal (@Ken_Rosenthal) July 28, 2020The four additional players testing positive Tuesday brings the Marlins’ total of positive coronavirus tests up to 17 — 15 players, and two coaches. MLB has postponed several games, including Tuesday night’s Yankees and Phillies games. The Marlins played the Phillies after some players tested positive for the coronavirus, so MLB is being cautious before allowing their games to resume.”Yankees were told the decision to postpone tonight’s game was based on abundance of caution,” ESPN’s Karl Ravech tweeted. Early reports claim Phillies players have not yet tested positive.Heard the early results are that no #Phillies players have so far tested positive.— Joel Sherman (@Joelsherman1) July 28, 2020The Phillies are currently quarantined as a safety measure.