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Mexico Launches its End Violence Nation Action Plan​

Our pathfinding country Mexico presented its Action Plan to End Violence Against Children on August 2nd. More than 450 people from the federal, state and municipal governments, United Nations agencies and the academic, business and civil society sectors participated in the launch. On this occasion, they committed to taking action to prevent and respond to violence. The Action Plan was elaborated by the government, civil society and UNICEF and integrates 31 priority actions articulated around INSPIRE, to be implemented in the next 18 months. The Plan will be the basis to develop an inter-sectoral agenda to end violence within the framework of the SDG’s 2030. Read more in English and Spanish. End Violence Director Susan Bissell op-ed on El Universal [Spanish].

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