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Enok, aged 17, comes from Rwanda. His broad shoulders are clad in a white T-shirt on which the word "Corpus" is printed in burgundy lettering.
Approximately 150 young people aged between 15 and 25 storm the Aarau cantonal government building. Not in an uncivilised manner, but in suits and dresses.
Human rights belong to everyone, regardless of nationality, residence, gender, national or ethnic origin, colour, religion, sexual orientation, language, or any other criteria.
Even now, in the 21st century, there are still inequalities between women and men, particularly on the job market. In the EU, women earn on average 17% less than men during their lifetimes.
An inclusive society is based on mutual respect and solidarity, with equal opportunities and decent living standards for all - where diversity is seen as a source of strength and not as a divider. A European vision or reality?