Health as a human right

By: Terry Ahtziry Cardenas Banda, attorney, social activist, philanthropist, and law professor. Within the framework of this edition, it is important to recognize health as a human right, which is stated in the Mexican constitution, as well as in other countries, and recognized worldwide through international treaties. The right to …

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California presents plan to reopen schools

-Editorial While most schools in California are closed due to COVID-19, state and local officials continue to discuss ways to reopen schools with the proper safety measures.  Governor Gavin Newsom announced the launch of transparency, accountability, and assistance measures related to the Safe Schools for All Plan. The Safe Schools for …

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Reforestation campaign in Valle de Guadalupe

-Editorial The Government of the State of Baja California, the XXIII City Council of Ensenada, through Carmen Lidia Salazar Guerra Councilor, President of the Ecology and Environment Commission, and the Provino Baja California Committee join forces to reforest the Guadalupe Valley. As part of the actions of the “Reforesting Ensenada” …

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Index Mexicali Presents Work Plan

-Editorial MEXICALI, B. C.- The 2021-2022 work plan of the Association of Maquiladoras of Mexicali (INDEX Mexicali) was presented by President José Joaquín Jiménez Arriaga. At a press conference, members of the Board of Directors, the Vice President of the Board of Directors, Alfredo García, and Salvador Maese were present. …

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