Mexico, Feb. 11 (Notimex) .- In the framework of the World Government Summit, which takes place in Dubai, United Arab Emirates, from February 10 to 12, the Mexican chancellery is represented by the Deputy Minister of Multilateral Affairs and Human Rights, Martha Delgado Peralta.
In a statement, the Ministry of Foreign Affairs (SRE, for its acronym in Spanish) noted that this forum is a global platform dedicated to designing the future of governments around the world.
He also indicated that it serves as a reference for governments to set innovative agendas to solve the challenges facing humanity and work on the design of public policies on issues of global interest, such as combating climate change, welfare, education, learning, happiness, forms of government, and security, among others.
Mexico will give continuity to the 2030 Agenda of the United Nations and its 17 Sustainable Development Goals and for this reason five axes have been proposed for the new multilateral policy: inclusive, prosperous, open and happy societies; sustainable development and combating climate change; gender equity and non-discrimination; global promotion of human rights and sustainable peace.
The activities of the Global Coalition for Happiness and Wellbeing include the participation of Deputy Minister Delgado Peralta, to exchange knowledge and good practices, with the purpose of generating public policies that contribute to the well-being of Mexicans, as well as delineate an international agenda on the subject.
The official will be present at a round table where the new associations in this field will be reviewed, she will participate in a workshop on how to redesign governments for this purpose and will attend the launch of the Global Report on Happiness and Wellbeing.
The forum has more than four thousand participants, representatives of governments from all over the world, leaders of the private initiative, officials of international organizations and special guests.
Among others, the president of the General Assembly of the United Nations (UN), María Fernanda Espinosa Garcés; the special adviser to UN Secretary General Jeffrey D. Sachs; Pope Francis, the prime ministers of Pakistan and Lebanon, the president of Rwanda, as well as four Nobel prizes.