Summary of Inicio de los trabajos para el diseño del Programa Nacional de Derechos Humanos 2019 - 2024

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This video discusses the start of work on the national human rights program for 2019-2024 in Mexico. The goal of the program is to protect citizens and address the country's human rights crisis. The panel of experts discuss how the program will focus on specific issues, such as the rights of migrants, and how it can help to build a more just society.

  • 00:00:00 This video presents the start of work on the national human rights program for 2019-2024, with representatives from the government, academia, and civil society. The Secretariat of the Interior is issuing a warning about a possible seismic event in the city of Mexico, and asks citizens to take precautions. The event is expected to affect the bucareli archaeological site, so the government is initiating work on a national human rights program in order to protect citizens.
  • 00:05:00 The video begins by thanking the representatives of the diplomatic corps accredited to Mexico for their presence and support in developing human rights policies. It is important for the office of the United Nations High Commissioner for Human Rights to have such international representation, as it allows for better coordination between government agencies in carrying out human rights policies. The presence of all of you highlights the importance we place on formulating a national human rights program, which must have both legal and institutional strength to be implemented. We hope that this process will lead to the consolidation of human rights progress made during the government of Secretary of State Olga Sanchez Cordero. One of the fundamental goals of the national development plan is to respect human rights in all spheres of public life and exercise them fully. This is a significant change from previous human rights policies, which were oriented primarily towards political action. We want the government's various agencies to engage society as well, and recognize that we are living in a human rights emergency that requires strong state action in concert with society and the truth is that there are many challenges ahead that I've mentioned in other speeches. One of the most important is the need to confront the structural poverty that is affecting so many Mexican citizens. This is a complex and daunting task, which requires
  • 00:10:00 The start of Mexico's 2019-2024 National Program of Human Rights is being celebrated today with the presentation of a detailed blueprint for the program. The Mexican government has been recommended for violations of human rights by international bodies on more than three thousand occasions, and this problem has been recognized as a serious issue by the Inter-American Commission on Human Rights (IACHR) and other international institutions. The Mexican government's new approach to human rights will involve gaining the public's trust by discussing the issues in conflict areas and seeking input from civil society.
  • 00:15:00 The video discusses the importance of developing and implementing national human rights policies, and the work that will be done in the coming weeks by the director of the General Directorate of Policy Public Affairs, Licenciada Stefania Hernandez Ceballos. 26 years ago, at the world conference on human rights, the states agreed to move decisively in the field of public policy with regard to human rights and that's why this commitment was made to develop a national human rights policy program in each country. The design, implementation, and evaluation of these programs generate significant benefits that go beyond the field of human rights. This is why we should equip ourselves with a reliable system for measuring quantitative and qualitative indicators about populations benefiting from public policy, in order to obtain detailed information about the progress and impact of policies on the individual and collective rights of all people. Finally, we must ensure that policy discussions are based on reality and that the base of the discussion is the government's obligations as enshrined in international standards in the field of human rights. This is one of the tasks that the Office has considered from the start, and 15 years of work has led us to this point. We now ask the director of the UN High Commissioner for Human Rights's Office, Licenciada Stefania Hernandez
  • 00:20:00 In this video, Secretary of the Interior Olga Sánchez Cordero, along with Subsecretary of Human Rights Alejandro Encinas, thank all those in attendance for joining them today. Representing the High Commissioner for Human Rights, Jesús Peña Palacios, are representatives from the Federal Administration and State Institutions, as well as representatives from civil society organizations and friends and family of those in attendance. The President of Mexico has instructed the implementation of a program to review public policies in human rights to guarantee the principles of equality, liberty, and respect for human dignity. The Mexican human rights crisis is the result of years of indifference and inequality, abandonment of defense against inequality and repression by Mexican institutions. The Secretariat of the Government has the goal of establishing a human rights policy that addresses this crisis and allows the full exercise of rights and liberties for all people. Today, we begin a new path with the initiation of a national program to improve human rights in Mexico. We, the members of this government, reaffirm our commitment to national reconciliation, peace, and the guarantee of human rights. We believe that this program, with its different perspective, will result from a participatory process in which the civil society, academic sectors, collective organizations,
  • 00:25:00 The video shows the start of work on the national human rights program for 2019-2024, with a panel of women and men with distinguished human rights backgrounds. The panel discusses how the program will address the country's human rights crisis and how it can help to build a more just society.
  • 00:30:00 The video discusses the design of the National Program of Human Rights 2019- 2024, and highlights the importance of taking into account structural causes of human rights violations, the root of problems, and their connection to current conditions. It also mentions the need to focus on specific issues that are facing people on a daily basis, such as the rights of migrants, taking into account various factors of the current crisis. The video also discusses other important issues, such as the rights of people disappeared, the rights to health, education, work, and security. It concludes with a message that human rights cannot be achieved without the involvement of all stakeholders and that a process of dialogue and consensus-building is necessary in order to make progress. This process will require the input of affected parties, such as victims and civil society groups, as well as experts in various fields. If this is to happen, institutional commitment and a strong sense of optimism are required on all sides.
  • 00:35:00 The video introduces the upcoming work on the design of the National Program of Human Rights 2019-2024, with Secretary of State, Alejandro Encinas Rodriguez. Alejandro believes that he will make the difference through his personal will and political will and his commitment to human rights will change the course of human rights in this country. Many thanks, Alejandro also welcomes and permanents the presence of Don Jesus Peña Palacios, Congressman, and High Commissioner for Human Rights, and we will walk with them, and of course, I thank very much everyone who has accepted to be part of this advisory council, especially Dr. Clarisa Jusidman, my former colleague in the Constituent Assembly. We live different, very intense moments in the Constituent Assembly - my dear accredited doctor, Miguel Concha, has been a defender of human rights, and is an icon of ours, Father Miguel Concha. Our sister Consuelo, who also accepted to be part of this advisory council, and with a long and long history of defending human rights, at great pain and suffering, González's words were very important and your path in this defense of human rights has been very important. I can say only good things about my friend or colleague for
  • 00:40:00 This video introduces the upcoming National Program of Human Rights 2019-2024, which is being overseen by Governor Ríos. The representative from Conago, Andrés Manuel López Obrador, is also here to explain that the three levels of government in the state are committed not only to the federal government, but also to the state's institutions within the federations. The President of Mexico, Andrés Manuel López Obrador, has firsthand knowledge of some of the atrocities that have shattered social fabric and transferred their costs to the families of the victims. As such, they have been instructed to convene all Mexican representatives to act in coordination in order to end these wounds that have so damaged Mexico. We are confident that no one will stand in the way of achieving this goal when the goal is to halt violence and build a more equal and inclusive society - the National Program of Human Rights 2019-2024 must comply with the constitutional mandate and integrate international human rights commitments and respond to the demands of Mexicans. The program willestablish the foundations for a state policy oriented towards the protection and promotion of human rights of all people who live and transit through Mexico, and will establish priorities for strengthening rights that will need to be strengthened, such as the recognition of all

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