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"Build Peace in the Minds of Men and Women"

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The culture of peace consists of a series of values, attitudes and behaviors that reject violence and prevent conflicts trying to attack their causes to solve problems through dialogue and negotiation between people, groups and nations. The Declaration and Program of Action on a Culture of Peace (1999, Resolution A / 53/243) identify eight areas of action for actors at the local, national and international levels that propose:




  • a culture of peace through education;

  • sustainable economic and social development;

  • respect for all human rights;

  • democratic participation;

  • understanding, tolerance and solidarity;

  • International peace and security

  • Guarantee equality between women and men.

  • Support participatory communication and the free circulation of information and knowledge.

  • In the face of the obvious violence in our country, it is time that we understand that we are all agents of change ...

Mexico has a long way to go to become a leading country in Culture of Peace; We can't deny it. Insecurity, violence and organized crime are close, even familiar, terms for us. But where is this phenomenon built?


Although we do not seek to deny the responsibility of members of the government - of all levels - in many of the violence events that occur in our country, it does not seem sufficient to attribute to the authorities all the violence we experience every day. It must be said: there is a little responsibility in each of us and it is worth reflecting on that.


Violence seeps into the smallest structures of our life and is present in our day to day.


Therefore, if we want to change our house, our city, our country, the world. We must start by changing ourselves.

Human Rights


Meeting held in Santa Cruz de la Sierra in Bolivia, Gabriel Rene Moreno Autonomous University

Forum: "Human Rights Education and Culture of Respect for Fundamental Rights, including EDUCATION


Objective 1 and 2 of the UNESCO 2030 Agenda seeks to meet goals to end poverty and
To end hunger. Bolivia was the country that hosts this project to bring together farmers and businesses
to look for production, import and export strategies that allow Latin America to serve
These themes, priority.

The festival was held highlighting intercultural elements such as: ancestral ceremonies
for planting and sharing food; reading poems in different native languages; dances
regional; representation of the different towns that participate in the sowing and harvesting of
Different species of potatoes.

The invitation is made to Dr. Enrique Rentería Castro, representative of the World Federation of
Clubs Centers and Associations Unesco in Mexico, to the Opening of the Corridor of the
Nations: Inauguration of Soekarno Park.

The invitation is made to Dr. Enrique Rentería Castro, representative of the World Federation of Unesco Clubs Centers and Associations in Mexico, to the Opening of the Nations Corridor: Opening of Soekarno Park.


Dr. Enrique Renteria Castro and Sculptor Pedro Ramírez Ponzanelli in the Corredor de las Naciones Event:
Inauguration of Soekarno Park