By: Alma Migrante
-First steps of civil society in Tijuana for compliance with the ruling in the Amparo of the city, on the right of access to information of the population in Tijuana, and the rights to legality and legal security of the migrant community.
TIJUANA.- On November 26, 2021, the first session of the program on human rights of the migrant population was held to comply with judgment 1597/2018, which seeks to protect the human rights of people in the context of mobility in Tijuana issued on August 25 of this year in the amparo trial promoted by Alma Migrante.
Around 12 public servants of the Municipal Directorate of Attention to Migrants in Tijuana met at the facilities of the Community Center for Peaceful Coexistence of the Center delegation to obtain adequate information on the national and international legal framework,
Through the participation of eight civil society organizations specialized in human rights and with local experience in Tijuana, every 15 days it will be sought to bring and share learning and tools for this purpose.
Among the organizations that designed the program proposal are: Alma Migrante AC, Centro SER, ASYLUM ACCESS, Hebrew Immigrant Aid Societ (HIAS), Prevencasa AC, Cocut Comunidad Cultural LGBTI AC, Aldeas Infantiles SOS, Aids Healthcare Foundation (AHF) México AC, the National Human Rights Commission (CNDH) and the Baja California State Human Rights Commission (CEDHBC), which will be in charge of implementing the workshops.
We celebrate being able to conclude this 2021 with the beginning of the first pilot training and it is our expectation to be able to reach all the people who are public servants of the municipality.
It will be our task to encourage the authorities to commit to following up on this type of action for the benefit of migrants.