9 March, 2018

Open Call for Mexican Youth

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The NHSM Mexico participates in the call “Young to Young: Health between peers”, of the Mexican Institute of Youth, aimed at young people from 12 to 29 years old interested in the production of GIF, memes, videos, posters or infographics for promote the dissemination and transmission of information on issues related to non-discrimination and the prevention of hate speech.

On March 9th, 2018 the British Council in México (BC), within the framework of the No Hate Speech Movement Mexico and the Policy Incubator programme (developed by the BC in collaboration with the United States, Canada and the United Kingdom), presents a keynote by Dr. Georg Löfflmann, Research and Teaching Fellow at Warwick University, around ‘Border Narratives’, a project aimed at investigating how diverse publics perceive, understand, and experience ‘the migration crisis’.

On 15-20 July the National Council to Prevent Discrimination is organizing in Mexico City the “National Youth Camp for the construction of counter and alternative narratives to hate speech” with the Mexican Institute of Youth and the Office in Mexico of the Organization of Ibero-American States. The Camp aims to provide tools to forming 40 young people from Mexico and other countries who promote and construct intervention proposals based on alternative speeches in favor of cultural change and against hate speech narratives.

People of the NHSM network are welcome to participate in the camp. The Mexican NCC will provide lodging and meals; the participants must assume their air transport. More information: sinodio@conapred.org.mx.

Url: https://www.gob.mx/cms/uploads/attachment/file/304712/convocatoria_dejovenajoven_2018__6_.pdf

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