Devising measures to restrain elder abuse in an aging society
Devising Measures to prevent human rights abuses regarding drug
trafficking and drug abuse
 The United Nations acknowledges and values the contributions of older persons to their societies, emphasizing the importance of upholding the human rights of older people. Recognizing that fundamental human rights must be upheld for every individual in society, addressing measures to combat elder abuse in an aging population becomes imperative. Older adults should have access to independence, participation, care, self-fulfillment, and dignity as integral members of society. Therefore, it is essential to continue further discussions in the Human Rights Council to explore solutions for preventing elder abuse within our communities.  In July 2023, the United States of America launched the multinational consultative body to deal with the continuous spread of drug trafficking and abuse including fentanyl. 84 nations have signed to cooperate to fight against the global troubles associated with drugs as drug trafficking and abuse are not simply confined to a single country due to an easy distribution followed by globalization. Therefore, to protect human rights and rights to life, it is significant to figure out possible and reasonable solutions throughout the debates in the United Nations Human Rights Council.
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