- June 12 2019
Campaign is launched and CITI Inter-Secretarial Commission is set up to eradicate Child Labor in Tamaulipas
One of the challenges of Governor Francisco García Cabeza de Vaca, is to seek the welfare of the Tamaulipecos and an environment that guarantees their rights and happiness.
June 12 of the 2019
Ciudad Victoria, Tamaulipas.- The Government of the State, kicked off the campaign "Eradicate Child Labor, it is Everyone's Responsibility", to raise awareness among the population, about the negative effects it causes to children and adolescents, to use them at a young age.
In the Juana de Asbaje and Ramírez School of Ciudad Victoria, government authorities, representatives of institutions, organizations and students gave the signal of the talks, to sensitize students, teachers and parents, seeking to raise awareness about the rights of the students. minors and the importance of studying and carrying out cultural activities.
María Estela Chavira Martínez, Secretary of Labor, said that one of the challenges of Governor Francisco García Cabeza de Vaca, is to seek the welfare of the Tamaulipecos and an environment that guarantees their rights and happiness.
"As a government, we look for girls, boys and adolescents, a promising future, as adults can enjoy an egalitarian, progressive society with guaranteed social welfare."
In the educational establishment, protesters, labor inspectors and children inspectors were taken to protest, who were entrusted with protecting, promoting rights, and denouncing girls, boys and adolescents, victims of exploitation derived from child labor.
Among the activities, the installation and First Ordinary Session 2019, of the Interministerial Commission for the Prevention and Eradication of Child Labor and Protection of Adolescent Workers in the State of Tamaulipas (CITI), composed of representatives of the social sector, was also carried out. and private.
María Guadalupe Zúñiga Salazar, Executive Secretary of the State System for the Integral Protection of the Rights of Girls, Boys and Adolescents (SIPPINA), explained that through this action, it seeks to establish strategies attached to public policies, so that they can be adopted by the dependencies and entities of the state public administration, within the scope of their respective competences.
The Interministerial Commission for the Prevention and Eradication of Child Labor and Protection of Working Adolescents in the State of Tamaulipas was created in the year 2014, but remained for several years without operation or proposals, who were its members.
María Estela Chavira Martínez, argued that with these works, it seeks to comply with the governor's mandate, to contribute to a free Tamaulipas Child Labor.
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