The activities of the 12th Mexico Girls and Boys Parliament begin
- The Interinstitutional Coordination Group has been installed for your organization
- He will be responsible for setting the activities and milestones for this year’s Girls and Boys Parliament: Martin Faz
In a joint act led by the National Electoral Institute (INE), the legislature and allied institutions, the Inter-Institutional Coordination Group was created to organize the 12th Parliament of Girls and Boys in Mexico.
The inter-institutional coordination group consists, together with the INE, the Chamber of Deputies, the Senate of the Republic, the Ministry of Public Education (SEP), the National Commission on Human Rights (CNDH), the National System for the Protection of Girls, Boys and Adolescents (SIPINNA) and The National System for the Integral Development of the Family (SNDIF) and will be responsible for managing and monitoring the activities of this 12th Parliament of Girls and Boys in Mexico.
The president of the Electoral Education and Civic Education Commission of the INE, Martín Faz Mora, explained that this group will be responsible for defining the activities and milestones for the current edition of the Parliament of Girls and Boys in Mexico: the content of the invitation, the guidelines for participation, as well and the graphic identity, logistics and monitoring processes at each stage.
“This inter-institutional coordination group has the opportunity and the responsibility to continue to respect the vision for girls and boys,” emphasized Faz, especially since the Congress of the Union – the seat of the Parliament – should be “the most fruitful place in our country for public discussions, where the principles of openness, tolerance and respect for diversity should guide the public space”.
In this sense, Councilor Martin Faz invited in this 12th Parliament of Girls and Boys of Mexico to include girls and boys in all its stages, “so that we focus the debate on their interests and also on their needs and rights.
“It is essential to connect the voice of children and adolescents to the public debate, because this is the only way we can build a program that meets their needs, but at the same time it is the only way we can train responsible on the public stage,” he stressed, before officially declaring the Inter-Institutional Coordination Group established.
Parliament seeks to promote children’s participation through the appropriation of public space
INE Executive Director of Electoral Education and Civic Education, Roberto Hecher Cardiel, assured that the 12th Parliament of Girls and Boys in Mexico seeks to promote children’s participation through processes that allow them to appropriate public space, “with the aim of expressing their ideas, sharing their thoughts and dreams as well as creating synergy with other people from different educational centers and across the country”.
Cardiel believes that the above will encourage his enthusiasm for public affairs and contribute to “strengthening our democracy and educating future generations who, through the exercise of citizenship, either as rulers or as citizens, ensure the exercise of rights.” with a plural and inclusive vision and demand respect for their rights and accountability’.
In the virtual installation panel of the Inter-Institutional Coordination Group, the chairperson of the Commission for the Rights of Children and Adolescents at the Chamber of Deputies Ana Lilia Herrera Anzaldo participated; the chairman of the Commission for the Rights of Children and Adolescents at the Senate of the Republic, Josefina Vasquez Mota; the Director General of Education Management and Territorial Approach of the SEP, Ninfa Leyva Ruiz.
In addition, the director of the First General Inspectorate of the CNDH, Claudia Esperanza Franco Martínez; the Director of Legal Affairs of SIPINNA, Jorge Andrade Contreras and the General Director of Regulations, Promotion and Promotion of the Rights of Children and Adolescents of the National DIF System, Lizbeth Rosas Montero.