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The new High Representative for Youth of the International Human Rights Foundation Daniel in Spain

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The International Human Rights Foundation chose the Spaniard Daniel del Valle as High Representative for Youth because of his dedication, proven credentials and notable achievements in the thematic area of ​​empowerment and participation. youth in the context of the United Nations.

Part of civil society, the International Human Rights Foundation is a non-governmental, secular, diverse, non-violent, feminist, independent of beliefs, parties and businesses, international and non-profit institution, dedicated to the dissemination of ideas, principles and values ​​contained in the Universal Declaration of Human Rights, the International Covenant on Civil and Political Rights, the International Covenant on Economic, Social and Cultural Rights, the Charter of Fundamental Rights of the European Union, the Yogyakarta Principles, the Ruggie Principles and corresponding texts.

Daniel also brings to the International Human Rights Foundation his recent and continuing experience as political advisor to the Ambassador and permanent representative of the Slovak Republic to the UN in New York, a press release said on Thursday. .

In this capacity, he mainly focused on youth policies, Latin America and Africa.

As a representative of youth and an agent of change, he has distinguished himself through his creativity, dedication, energetic advocacy and awareness of the importance of youth empowerment in today’s world, by particularly in developing countries and in the context of the 2030 Agenda for Sustainable Development. .

“The commitment and mutual trust between the new High Representative for Youth and the International Human Rights Foundation are based on this productive harmony of values”, declared María Claudia Cambi, President of the Board of Directors, during the official welcoming and induction ceremony.