Brighton Human Equality Treaty 2021 

The Brighton Human Equality Treaty 2021 International Human Rights Law, comprising of a series of articles based on data gathered from people  contributing from all countries, informing us which laws need to be altered, changed or replaced, renewed or added. Each time an article will be finished, 
it will be added here as a final proposition to be signed as an online referendum to be directly presented to the governing entities of countries or their  political parties, furthermore backed by the Brighton Audio-visual Database and online data base (Guestbook of Stories and the future Guestbook of Videos). 

 The Brighton Human Equality Treaty 2021 is primarily focussed on Western society's gender equality laws, protecting the human rights of men,  women and children in, although not limited to, family law. 

 Your ideas and contributions, together with the help of contributing lawyers will make the actual articles and it's final presentation a feasible and  realizable series of propositions, which will ultimately improve the quality of life for men, women and their children. 

 Below are examples of articles which will be replaced with the actual list of articles, either to be placed before state legislatures, to be symbolically  presented to United Nations International Human Rights organizations and, which is much more important, to all governing entities of all countries, 
its states or provinces and their representatives as well as the political parties of these territories:

Article 1
Any false allegations from either men to women and women to men will be considered a felony. The accused will remain innocent until proven guilty, meaning at any suspicion of wrongdoing by either party, physical and hard evidence is needed to determine if prosecution is possible, meaning without any proof any prosecution is not possible, meaning 'guilty by suspicion' can never apply.

Article 2
The reversal of laws like the 1989 Children's Act, making the father of his biological child the natural guardian and custodian instead of the state, meaning both the child's biological parents share equal rights, protected by the Actum Sanctus.

Article 3
The Actum Sanctus or Acto Sagrado is the protection of the rights of both the father and the mother of their biological child, meaning no human governed entity's right, law, bill or act can surpass the divine right of the biological parent, being the only right deemed as sacred as nature's laws are surpassing human governed entity's rights, proclaiming the child, by this law, shall always remain the child of its biological parents, with one gender's right never superseding the other gender's right.

Article 4 
Parents proven by a DNA test not to be the biological parents of a child are no longer bound by law to pay alimony for the child, neither to have any responsibility over the child, meaning a permanent shared custody between only the biological parents, an equally shared and fixed financial support calculated on the true costs of the child exclusively until the age of 18, meaning the abolishment of any form of the so-called partner alimony since men and women both work, can work or have a job or can have a job.

Article 5
Neither one of the child's biological parents can ever lose custody or can ever being restricted or prevented by law to see its parents, which in case of divorce can only occur at an equal amount of time spent with both parents from the start of divorce until the child has reached the age of 12 years old, when the child's right to choose with whom the child wishes to live, will surpass the rights of the parents to choose for the child, although both parents will reserve the right to see their child on an equal base until the child is 18 years old, except for the parent who is proven to be guilty of an actual felony, meaning this can never happen with a mere accusation without proof as all are innocent until proven guilty (ref. to Article 6 and 6.1).

Article 6
Nor the state, hospitals, child health care organizations or similar entities have the power 
to take away the child from its parents based on accusations without proof or mere suspicion.

Article 6.1
When the child is proven to be exposed to life threatening circumstances by one or both of its parents, the child can be temporarily removed by the state although visiting rights for both parents always apply. When being proven guilty of actions which are life threatening to the child and convicted in a court of law, the state can permanently remove the child from its biological parents, although remaining innocent until proven guilty, meaning at any suspicion of wrongdoing by either parent, physical and hard evidence is needed to determine if prosecution is possible, meaning without any proof any prosecution is not possible, meaning 'guilty by suspicion' can never apply.

Article 7
Unborn life of a child after 8 weeks in utero is protected by this amendment, meaning no parent or entity is empowered to terminate the life of the child after these 8 weeks.

Article 7.1
When pregnant, a woman is obligated to sign a 
pre-birth certificate, stating who is the father of the unborn child and if unknown, has the time until birth to notify the father, but is unable to abort without the consent of both parents.

Article 8
Any kind of bodily mutilation like circumcision or any form of surgical procedures which damages either the child's natural hormonal balance, reproductive system or gender alteration performed on a child will be considered a felony.


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