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The video "TUS DERECHOS HUMANOS ¿Cómo los protege y promueve la CNDH?" discusses the protective role of the Comisión Nacional de Derechos Humanos (CNDH) in Mexico. The video emphasizes the importance of promoting human rights in order to defend them, and highlights the CNDH's responsibility for investigating and evaluating violations of human rights committed by government or private individuals. Various specific examples of how violations are protected and promoted, through investigation and legal instruments, are provided by the video. Additionally, the video encourages the public to use the CNDH to file complaints against violations of human rights. The video also mentions the importance of understanding corresponding legislation and international treaties, as well as proper legal procedures, to protect human rights. The video also includes an invitation to connect with the speaker's organization on social media platforms.

  • 00:00:00 In this section, the speaker discusses the work of the Comisión Nacional de Derechos Humanos (CNDH) in protecting and promoting human rights in Mexico. He begins by emphasizing the importance of the topic, noting that it is essential to understand how the CNDH can effectively uphold human rights, and how it can work to promote these rights. Next, the speaker discusses the role of civil society in working with the CNDH to protect human rights. He notes that civil society organizations play a critical role in holding the government accountable and ensuring that human rights violations are addressed. He also highlights the importance of advocacy and education in raising awareness about these issues and pressuring the government to take action. The speaker then proceeds to discuss some of the specific mechanisms that the CNDH can use to protect human rights. He mentions the use of human rights and recongressional protection committees, as well as the role of the Conciliation and Mediation Unit. He also notes that while there have been challenges in implementing these mechanisms, ongoing efforts are needed to ensure that they remain effective. Overall, the speaker emphasizes that while human rights are often considered a vague and abstract concept, it is important to understand the specific ways in which they can be protected and promoted in practice. He encourages listeners to stay involved in the fight for human rights and to continue advocating for these issues, as progress will require ongoing efforts and commitment.
  • 00:05:00 "TUS DERECHOS HUMANOS ¿Cómo los protege y promueve la CNDH?" is a YouTube video discussing the way in which human rights are protected and promoted in Mexico by the Comisión Nacional de Derechos Humanos. The video starts by clarifying that human rights in Mexico used to be talked about as individual guarantees under the understanding of the constitutionalist and political theory standpoints that the state was responsible for providing a catalog of rights to its citizens. However, since the year 2011, that doctr
  • 00:10:00 In this section, the video discusses the importance of promoting human rights in Mexico. The video explains that the promotion of human rights is closely related to the defense of these rights, as knowledge of human rights and their protections is necessary to prevent violations. The video also highlights the role of the Commission for National and Human Rights (CNDH) in this process, specifically the National Office of the Human Rights (OMH) and its national coordinator, María del Rosario Piñera Ibarra. The video clarifies that the term "population" refers to all people, including children, adolescents, adults, and the elderly, and not just citizens over the age of 18. The concept of totality is emphasized, which refers to the complete range of human rights competencies that the CNDH has. The video mentions the existence of 32 local human rights commissions, which operate independently of the CNDH but have excellent cooperation with it. They review programmatic and specialized attention to specific groups in vulnerable situations, such as women, people with disabilities, vanished persons, and victims of crime and human rights defenders. The video highlights a program for people with disabilities, which is specialized attention that recognizes the specific needs and priorities of this group. The video also mentions the attention for disappeared persons and the attention for migrants, as well as the aggravation of periodists and human rights defenders. In conclusion, the promotion and defense of human rights in Mexico are crucial to prevent violations and ensure the protection of all people. The Commission for National and Human Rights plays a vital role in this process, and the understanding and implementation of total attention to vulnerable groups are essential to achieving this goal.
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  • 00:20:00 In this section of the video, it is discussed how violations of human rights rights can be protected and promoted by the CNDH, the National Human Rights Commission of Mexico. Firstly, it is acknowledged that there is a presumption of violation of human rights, known as the presumption iuris tantum, which can be emerged in lawsuits. However, if it is not demonstrated that the violation of human rights did not occur, a prima facie evidence is considered. Under this assumption, it is explained how the CDDH, as the "material of competence of the CNDH", has the responsibility to investigate and evaluate any human rights violations committed by government authorities or omissions. Nonetheless, it is highlighted that if these actions or omissions begin from federal authorities, the CNDH is able to enter the study of this important matter, despite the fact that the organization does not have competency in resolving issues with officials. It is also mentioned that the organization can also investigate violations committed by private individuals, if they are comitted with the tolerance of government officials, or government employees tend to deny the use of their mandated functions to sanction crime. Thus, they ignore the fundamental right to access to justice, particularly when it affects the integrity of the persons. The CDDH enters the study of these issues and it emphasizes two examples, one of them is how it has been agreed to investigate violations related to health issues in the course of the pandemic, where self-serving officials or workers did not give the necessary assistance to people. This is an issue where it has been agreed by the federal authorities that must be investigated by TUS.
  • 00:25:00 Answering the question of how human rights are protected and promoted in Mexico, the CNDH provides a number of specific examples. One example is the case of an orphanage in Zamora, Michoacán, where children lived in deplorable conditions and were made to beg for money from the streets. The CNDH was aware of the violations taking place and issued a public recommendation, which can be consulted for further details. Another example is the use of public recommendations and denuncias, which can be formulated against the responsible authorities. While these recommendations are not legally binding, they act as an investigation and require the authorities to provide a justification for their actions. The situation is potentially contested, with the CNDH making a decision in the case and legislative bodies acting as adjudicatory organs. Additionally, the CNDH is aware of the inconformities and omissions of state-run human rights organizations and can use a variety of methods, including a formal complaint, to call on these organizations to provide a resolution to any violations. This information helps to increase transparency and accountability, which is important given that violations of human rights can occur in any institution or agency.
  • 00:30:00 The Contentious Derechos Humanos Commission (CDH) considers all human rights to be protected within its framework. Currently, under the Constitution and international treaties, Mexico is known for being one of the countries that have not only signed but also ratified the most treaties internationals. However, the ratification of law is not the only relevant aspect in the international world, since it is also important to understand the content of treaties and the use of legal instruments such as judgments of amparo and controversy constitutional that protect and protect citizens' rights. Therefore, Mexico has a responsibility to ensure that the rights of its citizens are respected and protected by the law.
  • 00:35:00 In this section of the YouTube video titled "TUS DERECHOS HUMANOS ¿Cómo los protege y promueve la CNDH?", the speaker discusses the role of the CNDH in protecting human rights. The speaker notes that the Constitution of Mexico has a duty to protect human rights, as well as the obligation of the state to respect, promote, and guarantee these rights. The speaker also emphasizes the importance of the policies of the Mexican government in supporting the development and protection of human rights. The speaker acknowledges that there are many human rights mentioned in the Constitution beyond the first 28 articles, and that some of these rights may not be widely recognized. The speaker explores various methods for reporting violations of these rights, including online portals, apps, phone calls, letters, and in-person visits. The speaker notes that there is a flexible mechanism for reporting complaints in urgent situations, which can be submitted even if they are not written. The speaker emphasizes the importance of identifying and firming the complaint in order for it to be properly reviewed and acted upon.
  • 00:40:00 in this section, the speaker discusses how individuals can file complaints against actions that violate human rights. They mention that users do not need to be a lawyer, and the CNDH provides free services to those filing complaints. The CNDH can investigate the situation and provide information or counseling to the victim, with a 24/7 operation. People can also file a complaint accompanied by a representative more, even if the individuals are minors or their whereabouts are unknown. The CNDH has a one-year deadline for filing a complaint, and the judgment can be presented through video call or video conference, discussing the formation and progress of human rights activism. In conclusion, the CNDH is an important tool for filing complaints against violations of human rights, and encourage people to use it to tackle the issue of human rights violation.
  • 00:45:00 In this section of the video, the speaker is introducing their organization, which is focused on the dissemination of legal knowledge. They also invite viewers to connect with them on their social media platforms. The speaker mentions their law firm and their involvement in various cases related to commercial, real estate, and labor laws. They thank their master, emphasizing the importance of legal knowledge and expertise. They hope that their work will continue to serve in protecting and promoting human rights. The speaker ends the video with gratitude and an embrace for their legal team and legal web Agility and lawyers.

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