Sonora – The Ministry of External Affairs (SRE) and United Nations Development Program (UNDP) they celebrated The second question is “What do women say?”which seeks to express the concerns of Mexican women in foreign policy in Mexico.
The event was held this Thursday at the facilities of the University of Sonora, and was attended by various sectors of government, civil society and academia in Sonora, with the intention of gathering input for the creation of positions in Mexico for the World Urbanization Forum and Stockholm +50.
The act was attended by Martha Delgado Peralta, Under Secretary for Multilateral Affairs and Human Rights; UNDP’s Resident Representative in Mexico, Lorenzo de Jiménez de Luis; the general director of liaison with the CSO, Rodolfo Osorio de Carrera; General Director of Global Issues, Camila Zepeda Lizama; General Director of Human Rights and Democracy, Christopher Ballinas Valdés; Rector of the University of Sonora, Rita Plankart Martinez; and Miria Scarone Adarga, executive coordinator of the Sonoran Institute for Women.
47 women participated in the forum; Their opinion will allow us to understand the link between gender and fundamental issues for society such as equality, climate change and, in general, an equal and sustainable future.
During her participation, Under Secretary Martha Delgado said: “As a brief reflection, I would like to highlight that today we have an unprecedented exercise in terms of foreign policy and it is in the interest of this Government and the Ministry of Foreign Affairs and Responsible for the commitment. To listen to everyone’s voice. We are sure that this is how we will understand the concerns and interests of the hundreds of women who will voice Mexico’s voices abroad with their ideas.
In his message, the UNDP’s resident representative in Mexico, Lorenzo Jiménez, pointed out that the feminist foreign policy that Mexico has adopted as a country with the SRE and Undersecretary Martha Delgado is not rhetorical.
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“Based on the consultation, a plan will be created that is informed and impregnated with decisions in which women’s participation has been necessary, important and genuine so that the message and narrative that Mexico wants to offer the world is nothing more than a reality. inclusive and democratic Lorenzo Jimenez said.
SRE and UNDP Consult “What Do Women Say?” in Sonora