It proposes a “Model of Communication and Legitimate Recognition of Disability”, which aims to “move from inclusion to recognition”. That is, not about inclusion that we are dealing with when we recognize people with disabilities, but of recognizing the existence and potential of all human people in society, whether with disabilities, black people, women, or LGBT people.
Another bold perspective in this issue is the possibility of thinking about Human Rights and Sport, in the article “ Sport and Human Rights”, proposed by Julia Jastrząbek and Jean-Claude Rugigana. For sport from the perspective of human rights, can recognize the benefits it provides, in addition to the issue of human health, but also recognize a series of realities, such as labor rights, economic activity and social integration of peoples. Sporting events as a center for the promotion of civil, political, economic, social, cultural, and environmental rights. They report the impact of the “Best Karate Holidays for Children” project on human rights and social development in Rwanda in the periods 2019 and 2020.
Finally, Kathleen Zegarra Delgado teaches clearly in her article “Sustainable development paradox ́s. From thought to action.”, that everything is connected and that we and the environment are creatures of equal power before the Creator and that we must rethink our way of dealing as sisters Planet Earth. That we must come out of extractive thinking to a thought of integration and sustainability, to our own guarantee of survival in this world. Thus, it proposes a “paradox of sustainable development that involves two fronts: a necessary change in the economy and an unrestricted respect for environmental human rights.” We believe that the general guidelines can contribute to readers’ reflections on other human rights perspectives that we are developing in The Economy of Francesco. And that one day we will be in another economy, with more soul, inclusive, and human; that generates life and preserves the environment. And that here, we are not faced with an endpoint or event, but are at the beginning of a process that we are all called to be part of and contribute.