The Tlachinollan Mountain Center for Human Rights has put out a call for the post of coordination of the area of international advocacy. Based in Tlapa, Guerrero, Tlachinollan is a civil society organization dedicated to the defense and promotion of the human rights of the indigenous population Me’phaa, Naua, Nnancué Ñomnda and Na Savi for 22 years. Its center of action is located in Guerrero Mountain, a region made up of 19 municipalities and more than 600 small communities, where some of Mexico’s most impoverished municipalities are located. The Tlachinollan Center has received several national and international awards for its work, including the MacArthur Prize for Creative and Effective Institutions, the Robert F. Kennedy Prize and the awards given to its founder such as the VI Prize of Human Rights of the German section of Amnesty International and the Recognition for Equality and Non-Discrimination 2015, granted by the Consultative Assembly of the National Council to Prevent Discrimination (CONAPRED).
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Convocatoria para la coordinación del área incidencia internacional (Centro de Derechos Humanos de la montaña Tlachinollan)