With the presence of diplomats and representatives of the UN, Sandra Maldonado Baur inaugurates the edition 2017.
The Carol Baur School celebrated the 4th Youth Forum of the United Nations model, on issues such as human trafficking and human rights.
The presidium was formed by: Ulises Daniel Díaz Mercado, coordinator of the United Nations Model of the System Incorporated to the UNAM; Martín Olavarrieta, director of Institutional Liaison for Political Coordination at the Ministry of Foreign Affairs; Claudia Salinas Rodríguez, in charge of the UNESCO Heritage and Culture area; Jordana Toporek, General Secretary of the 4th International Dialogue Forum; Carlos Enrique Santos Ancira, General Director of the baccalaureate, sub secretary of Higher Education; Sandra Maldonado Baur, president of the Baur Cultural Foundation and general director of the Carol Baur School; Ambassador Enrique Román Morey, Permanent Representative of Peru to the UN in New York; Felipe Queipo, representative of the United Nations DIP New York; Shandra Woworuntu, director of Mentari Human Trafficking Survivor Empowerment Program; Jean Baptiste Bassene, United Nations International School of New York representative; Beatriz Suárez Millán, advisor of the Coordination of Linkage of the Ministry of Education of the State of Mexico; Arturo Ríos Díaz, general director of the Technological of Higher Studies of Huixquilucan.
During the inauguration of the event, Martín Olavarrieta expressed his appreciation and congratulations to the participants, for placing under the magnifying glass current issues and of great relevance at the international level, managing to interest young people with a social commitment and a world view by allowing them to be Active part of the transformation of mexico and the planet.
During his speech, Felipe Queipo said that “the passion for the United Nations is what moves us to change the world, I think we have a very important task ahead and I think this forum is one of the places where we can develop and exchange ideas “.
For her part, Dr. Sandra Maldonado told the audience that “they should be happy because they have the opportunity to be surrounded by people who know how to love, people who are committed to their country, and above all, something very important, with rights Human beings, inviting them to make a change and change begins with oneself. ”