Dignity in Life is not possible unless the essential core of the person is fundamentally accepted, loved and respected by others and by her or his self. Dignity allows people to face life with more confidence, benevolence and optimism, and thus easily reach their goals and self-actualize. It allows oneself to be more ambitious, but not with respect to possessions or success, but with respect to what one can experience emotionally, creatively and spiritually To develop dignity is to widen the capaci ty to be happy; self-esteem allows people to be convinced they deserve happiness, Understanding this is fundamental, and universally beneficial, since the development of positive dignity increases the capacity to treat other people with respect, benevolence and goodwill, thus favoring rich interpersonal relationships and avoiding destructive ones. For love of others and love of ourselves are not alternatives. On the contrary, an attitude of love toward themselves will be found in all those who are capable of loving others

Our objective is to preserve the dignity of individuals stigmatized and pushed to the edge due to their Gender, Age, Sexual Preference and Psychosocial Issues. We seek to ways to alleviate the abuse/violence/exploitation that humans cause to other humans from positions of power (of money, social status, gender and age).

Every child (male/ female, privileged/underprivileged), by virtue of being born in a civilized society has a fundamental right to his/her childhood, and a society is duty bound to protect that childhood from intrusion of abusive power.

Every individual, by virtue of being born in a civilized society has a fundamental right to a dignified life. And this right should be protected by allowing freedom to express oneself

"The right to the exercise of freedom belongs to everyone because it is inseparable from his or her dignity as a human person”