The Conciencia Nacional por la Libertad Religiosa Foundation, in conjunction with other related institutions involved in the promotion and defense of religious freedom and human rights, hosted the “Inter-American Forum of Inter-Religion of Collaboration and Dialogue for Religious” at the Senate of the Mexican Republic, on the 15th of february 2019.
During this event a network of collaboration was created among leading authorities and key players in the decision-making process on subjects with regard to Religious Freedom and Humans Rights throughout the Americas.
It opened a platform for dialogs to further the goal of guaranteeing rights relevant to the respect for freedom of thought, conscience, and religion, as well as to identify the social and political challenges religions face today when practicing their faith in public life.
Diana Álvarez Maury MS
Sub-secretary of Democratic Development, Social Inclusion, and Religious Affairs of the Ministry of the Interior. (Mexico)
“Our legal framework has been strengthened to prevent and eliminate religious intolerance present in our country, as we’re always seeking to uphold public order and rights to third parties”.
Senator Kenia López Rabadán
Chairwoman of the Human Rights Committee of the Senate of Mexican Republic.
“By the mean of public policies implemented by the Federal Executive Power, we should aim to educate children on the basis of human rights and specifically religious tolerance as an essential element to bring back peace and justice in our society”.