CEDH begins work to create a single protocol to address cyberviolence


CEDH begins work to create a single protocol to address cyberviolence

November 8 – 2022

With the participation of public institutions and civil society organizations, the State Human Rights Commission (CEDH) led the opening of the works for the creation of the Single Protocol for Attention to Cyberviolence of the State of Tlaxcala, with which it has given respect for one of its first agreements to follow up on the agenda presented on September 26, during the Forum entitled “Challenges and prospects for the human rights of women in Tlaxcala”.

The mediator Jakqueline Ordoñez Brasdefer recognized the work carried out by all the institutions involved, as well as those who presented their proposals for the preparation of the protocol, namely the Collective Ciberpink, the Organized Women of Tlaxcala, Ddeser Tlaxcala and the Judiciary.

It should be recalled that the Executive Branch, the State Congress, the State Superior Court of Justice (TSJE), the State Institute of Women (IEM), the Office of the Attorney General of State (PGJE) and the Center for Interdisciplinary Research on Regional Development (CIISDER) of the Autonomous University of Tlaxcala (UAT).

Ordoñez Brasdefer affirmed that from the petitions emanating from this forum, in which organized civil society participated, the concern arose from the creation of a single protocol to deal with cases of cyber-violence, which -he acknowledged- have increased and They were not taken care of in a timely manner.

“We, the women and girls of Tlaxcala, deserve to be heard from a transversal perspective, in a gender approach that allows us social development, the guarantee of our protection and the safeguard of our rights. As the State Commission for the Defence, Protection, Guarantee, Dissemination and Promotion of Human Rights, I have stated that we want women and girls to feel accompanied, supported and assured that we will do what is necessary to help in the execution of the protection and guarantee of our rights as women”, she underlined.

For her part, the director of the IEM, Margarita Cisneros Tzoni, stressed that the fundamental objective of the work is to take the voice of citizens and social organizations, in order to materialize an inclusive document of society, in coordination with the participating institutions. This, given the fact that although the Internet has served to progress and many people use it as a positive work tool, others use it negatively, not making good use of it.

Recall that on September 30, the ECHR published the call to promote citizen participation and the participation of institutions of first contact with women and girls who are victims of cyber violence, with the aim of drawing up the Single Protocol of Attention to cyber violence. .

The Ciberpink Collective, the Organized Women of Tlaxcala, Ddeser Tlaxcala and the Judiciary responded to this call, whose representations presented their respective proposals, among which it is suggested that public institutions make digital sexual violence visible, prepare manuals monitoring of complaints and reports, specialized care for victims, Olympia law enforcement and action protocols to intervene in specific cases.

The President of the ECHR assured that the different proposals contribute to the material realization of the human rights of girls and women in Tlaxcala, starting with the prevention and attention to the violence to which they are subjected. “We are confident that this effort will materialize the attention given to one of the most recurring demands of the girls and women of Tlaxcalan, namely full and accurate attention in cases of cyberviolence,” he said.

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CEDH begins work to create a single protocol to address cyberviolence

With the participation of public institutions and civil society organizations, the State Human Rights Commission (CEDH) led the opening of the works for the creation of the Single Protocol for Attention to Cyberviolence of the State of Tlaxcala, with which it has given respect for one of its first agreements to follow up on the agenda presented on September 26, during the Forum entitled “Challenges and prospects for the human rights of women in Tlaxcala”.

The mediator Jakqueline Ordoñez Brasdefer recognized the work carried out by all the institutions involved, as well as those who presented their proposals for the preparation of the protocol, namely the Collective Ciberpink, the Organized Women of Tlaxcala, Ddeser Tlaxcala and the Judiciary.

It should be recalled that the Executive Branch, the State Congress, the State Superior Court of Justice (TSJE), the State Institute of Women (IEM), the Office of the Attorney General of State (PGJE) and the Center for Interdisciplinary Research on Regional Development (CIISDER) of the Autonomous University of Tlaxcala (UAT).

Ordoñez Brasdefer affirmed that from the petitions emanating from this forum, in which organized civil society participated, the concern arose from the creation of a single protocol to deal with cases of cyber-violence, which -he acknowledged- have increased and They were not taken care of in a timely manner.

“We, the women and girls of Tlaxcala, deserve to be heard from a transversal perspective, in a gender approach that allows us social development, the guarantee of our protection and the safeguard of our rights. As the State Commission for the Defence, Protection, Guarantee, Dissemination and Promotion of Human Rights, I have stated that we want women and girls to feel accompanied, supported and assured that we will do what is necessary to help in the execution of the protection and guarantee of our rights as women”, she underlined.

For her part, the director of the IEM, Margarita Cisneros Tzoni, stressed that the fundamental objective of the work is to take the voice of citizens and social organizations, in order to materialize an inclusive document of society, in coordination with the participating institutions. This, given the fact that although the Internet has served to progress and many people use it as a positive work tool, others use it negatively, not making good use of it.

Recall that on September 30, the ECHR published the call to promote citizen participation and the participation of institutions of first contact with women and girls who are victims of cyber violence, with the aim of drawing up the Single Protocol of Attention to cyber violence. .

The Ciberpink Collective, the Organized Women of Tlaxcala, Ddeser Tlaxcala and the Judiciary responded to this call, whose representations presented their respective proposals, among which it is suggested that public institutions make digital sexual violence visible, prepare manuals monitoring of complaints and reports, specialized care for victims, Olympia law enforcement and action protocols to intervene in specific cases.

The President of the ECHR assured that the different proposals contribute to the material realization of the human rights of girls and women in Tlaxcala, starting with the prevention and attention to the violence to which they are subjected. “We are confident that this effort will materialize attention to one of the most recurring demands of Tlaxcalan girls and women, namely full and accurate attention in cases of cyber violence,” he said. declared.

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