MY World Mexico 1

SDG Action Network

Our SDG Action on September 25th

Youth Dialogue for the 2030 Agenda in Colima, Mexico

Mexico Colima
Number of people taking this action: 50-250
From MY World Mexico and The Citizen Council for the Follow-up of Public Policies on Youth (CONSEPP), we realized that young people have been recognized as the main protagonists of the implementation of the 2030 Agenda for Sustainable Development. Therefore, we wanted to know the main concerns of young people to match them with the SDGs and their goals, as well as knowing what they were doing and what they saw in the medium term to achieve the 2030 Agenda for Sustainable Development and its goals. This is the answer that we will try to resolve towards the end of these dialogues. During the month of August and September, within the framework of the International Youth Day and the Anniversary of the SDGs (September 25), MY World Mexico, and the CONSEPP, joined forces to carry out dialogues (virtual and face-to-face) in different states of the country, implement the Global Survey of the United Nations for a Better World MY World to the greatest number of people and act to implement the goals of the SDGs. All these dialogues will be systematized in videos, photographs and a final document as a strategic guide to work during the year 2019 by the two organizations, which will be shared with the Government of Mexico. During the week of the SDGs the results of these dialogues will be made viral in social networks, in our social networks and those of our allies, through infographics, testimonies and videos.   We will have a state dialogue in the state of Colima in the City of Colima (September 13, from 10 to 12 hrs), of youth! We invited students from different schools, members of collectives and authorities, all people to give their opinion. The dialogue will be composed of short introductory talks for all people to have the same context. The most important part of the dialogue will be the PARTICIPATORY DIAGNOSIS, with which the discussion and generation of proposals will be promoted around six thematic axes that correspond to six goals of the SDGs (4.4, 5.5, 10.2, 13.b, 16.3, 17.17). We will use the methodology of “Global Coffee” fostering dialogue about issues that infer in the public agenda. By means of a colloquium in the work tables, perceptions will be heard, and definitions and proposals will be constructed. It will consist on the placement of six tables, which will have a moderator and 10 to 15 attendees. Each table will last approximately 20 minutes. The participants will rotate so that they can contribute to the six themes. The moderator will handle the same theme with the six groups that rotate during the dynamic. We will gather testimonies, selfies, testimonies in video and writings.
SDGs
4 Quality Education 5 Gender Equality 10 Reduced Inequalities 13 Climate Action 16 Peace, Justice & Strong Institutions 17 Partnerships for the Goals
Organising Partners
Verde Colima A.C., Jóvenes Empresarios de COPARMEX Colima

Youth Dialogue for the 2030 Agenda in

Mexico Tuxtla Gutierrez
Number of people taking this action: 50-250
From MY World Mexico and The Citizen Council for the Follow-up of Public Policies on Youth (CONSEPP), we realized that young people have been recognized as the main protagonists of the implementation of the 2030 Agenda for Sustainable Development. Therefore, we wanted to know the main concerns of young people to match them with the SDGs and their goals, as well as knowing what they were doing and what they saw in the medium term to achieve the 2030 Agenda for Sustainable Development and its goals. This is the answer that we will try to resolve towards the end of these dialogues. During the month of August and September, within the framework of the International Youth Day and the Anniversary of the SDGs (September 25), MY World Mexico, and the CONSEPP, joined forces to carry out dialogues (virtual and face-to-face) in different states of the country, implement the Global Survey of the United Nations for a Better World MY World to the greatest number of people and act to implement the goals of the SDGs. All these dialogues will be systematized in videos, photographs and a final document as a strategic guide to work during the year 2019 by the two organizations, which will be shared with the Government of Mexico. During the week of the SDGs the results of these dialogues will be made viral in social networks, in our social networks and those of our allies, through infographics, testimonies and videos. We will have a state dialogue in the state of Chiapas in the City of Tuxtla Gutierrez (September 12, 10 hrs), of youth! We invited students from different schools, members of collectives and authorities, all people to give their opinion. The dialogue will be composed of short introductory talks for all people to have the same context. The most important part of the dialogue will be the PARTICIPATORY DIAGNOSIS, with which the discussion and generation of proposals will be promoted around six thematic axes that correspond to six goals of the SDGs (4.4, 5.5, 10.2, 13.b, 16.3, 17.17). We will use the methodology of “Global Coffee” fostering dialogue about issues that infer in the public agenda. By means of a colloquium in the work tables, perceptions will be heard, and definitions and proposals will be constructed. It will consist on the placement of six tables, which will have a moderator and 10 to 15 attendees. Each table will last approximately 20 minutes. The participants will rotate so that they can contribute to the six themes. The moderator will handle the same theme with the six groups that rotate during the dynamic. We will gather testimonies, selfies, testimonies in video and writings.
SDGs
4 Quality Education 5 Gender Equality 10 Reduced Inequalities 13 Climate Action 16 Peace, Justice & Strong Institutions 17 Partnerships for the Goals
Organising Partners
Comisión Estatal de los Derechos Humanos de Chiapas; Instituto de Administración Pública del Estado de Chiapas; Universidad de Ciencias y Artes de Chiapas; Secretaría de la Juventud, Recreación y Deporte; Colegio de Bachilleres de Chiapas.

Youth Dialogue for the 2030 Agenda in Merida, Yucatan

Mexico Merida
Number of people taking this action: 250 or more
From MY World Mexico and The Citizen Council for the Follow-up of Public Policies on Youth (CONSEPP), we realized that young people have been recognized as the main protagonists of the implementation of the 2030 Agenda for Sustainable Development. Therefore, we wanted to know the main concerns of young people to match them with the SDGs and their goals, as well as knowing what they were doing and what they saw in the medium term to achieve the 2030 Agenda for Sustainable Development and its goals. This is the answer that we will try to resolve towards the end of these dialogues. During the month of August and September, within the framework of the International Youth Day and the Anniversary of the SDGs (September 25), MY World Mexico, and the CONSEPP, joined forces to carry out dialogues (virtual and face-to-face) in different states of the country, implement the Global Survey of the United Nations for a Better World MY World to the greatest number of people and act to implement the goals of the SDGs. All these dialogues will be systematized in videos, photographs and a final document as a strategic guide to work during the year 2019 by the two organizations, which will be shared with the Government of Mexico. During the week of the SDGs the results of these dialogues will be made viral in social networks, in our social networks and those of our allies, through infographics, testimonies and videos.   We will have a state dialogue in the state of Yucatan in the City of Merida (September 17 from 16:30 to 19:30), of youth! We invited students from different schools, members of collectives and authorities, all people to give their opinion. The dialogue will be composed of short introductory talks for all people to have the same context. The most important part of the dialogue will be the PARTICIPATORY DIAGNOSIS, with which the discussion and generation of proposals will be promoted around six thematic axes that correspond to six goals of the SDGs (4.4, 5.5, 10.2, 13.b, 16.3, 17.17). We will use the methodology of “Global Coffee” fostering dialogue about issues that infer in the public agenda. By means of a colloquium in the work tables, perceptions will be heard, and definitions and proposals will be constructed. It will consist on the placement of six tables, which will have a moderator and 10 to 15 attendees. Each table will last approximately 20 minutes. The participants will rotate so that they can contribute to the six themes. The moderator will handle the same theme with the six groups that rotate during the dynamic. We will gather testimonies, selfies, testimonies in video and writings.
SDGs
4 Quality Education 5 Gender Equality 10 Reduced Inequalities 13 Climate Action 16 Peace, Justice & Strong Institutions 17 Partnerships for the Goals
Organising Partners
Programa Institucional de Voluntariado Universitario - UADY, CONSEPP.

Youth Dialogue for the 2030 Agenda in Poza Rica de Hidalgo, Veracruz

Mexico Poza Rica de Hidalgo
Number of people taking this action: 50-250
From MY World Mexico and The Citizen Council for the Follow-up of Public Policies on Youth (CONSEPP), we realized that young people have been recognized as the main protagonists of the implementation of the 2030 Agenda for Sustainable Development. Therefore, we wanted to know the main concerns of young people to match them with the SDGs and their goals, as well as knowing what they were doing and what they saw in the medium term to achieve the 2030 Agenda for Sustainable Development and its goals. This is the answer that we will try to resolve towards the end of these dialogues. During the month of August and September, within the framework of the International Youth Day and the Anniversary of the SDGs (September 25), MY World Mexico, and the CONSEPP, joined forces to carry out dialogues (virtual and face-to-face) in different states of the country, implement the Global Survey of the United Nations for a Better World MY World to the greatest number of people and act to implement the goals of the SDGs. All these dialogues will be systematized in videos, photographs and a final document as a strategic guide to work during the year 2019 by the two organizations, which will be shared with the Government of Mexico. During the week of the SDGs the results of these dialogues will be made viral in social networks, in our social networks and those of our allies, through infographics, testimonies and videos.   We will have a state dialogue in the state of Veracruz in the City of Poza Rica de Hidalgo (September 14, 8:30 hrs), of youth! We invited students from different schools, members of collectives and authorities, all people to give their opinion. The dialogue will be composed of short introductory talks for all people to have the same context. The most important part of the dialogue will be the PARTICIPATORY DIAGNOSIS, with which the discussion and generation of proposals will be promoted around six thematic axes that correspond to six goals of the SDGs (4.4, 5.5, 10.2, 13.b, 16.3, 17.17). We will use the methodology of “Global Coffee” fostering dialogue about issues that infer in the public agenda. By means of a colloquium in the work tables, perceptions will be heard, and definitions and proposals will be constructed. It will consist on the placement of six tables, which will have a moderator and 10 to 15 attendees. Each table will last approximately 20 minutes. The participants will rotate so that they can contribute to the six themes. The moderator will handle the same theme with the six groups that rotate during the dynamic. We will gather testimonies, selfies, testimonies in video and writings.
SDGs
4 Quality Education 5 Gender Equality 10 Reduced Inequalities 13 Climate Action 16 Peace, Justice & Strong Institutions 17 Partnerships for the Goals
Organising Partners
Gobierno de Poza Rica, Easy Robots, Academia de Idiomas Asiáticos.

Youth Dialogue for the 2030 Agenda in Xalapa, Veracruz

Mexico Xalapa
Number of people taking this action: 50-250
From MY World Mexico and The Citizen Council for the Follow-up of Public Policies on Youth (CONSEPP), we realized that young people have been recognized as the main protagonists of the implementation of the 2030 Agenda for Sustainable Development. Therefore, we wanted to know the main concerns of young people to match them with the SDGs and their goals, as well as knowing what they were doing and what they saw in the medium term to achieve the 2030 Agenda for Sustainable Development and its goals. This is the answer that we will try to resolve towards the end of these dialogues. During the month of August and September, within the framework of the International Youth Day and the Anniversary of the SDGs (September 25), MY World Mexico, and the CONSEPP, joined forces to carry out dialogues (virtual and face-to-face) in different states of the country, implement the Global Survey of the United Nations for a Better World MY World to the greatest number of people and act to implement the goals of the SDGs. All these dialogues will be systematized in videos, photographs and a final document as a strategic guide to work during the year 2019 by the two organizations, which will be shared with the Government of Mexico. During the week of the SDGs the results of these dialogues will be made viral in social networks, in our social networks and those of our allies, through infographics, testimonies and videos.   We will have a state dialogue in the state of Veracruz in the City of Xalapa (September 11, from 9 to 12 hrs), of youth! We invited students from different schools, members of collectives and authorities, all people to give their opinion. The dialogue will be composed of short introductory talks for all people to have the same context. The most important part of the dialogue will be the PARTICIPATORY DIAGNOSIS, with which the discussion and generation of proposals will be promoted around six thematic axes that correspond to six goals of the SDGs (4.4, 5.5, 10.2, 13.b, 16.3, 17.17). We will use the methodology of “Global Coffee” fostering dialogue about issues that infer in the public agenda. By means of a colloquium in the work tables, perceptions will be heard, and definitions and proposals will be constructed. It will consist on the placement of six tables, which will have a moderator and 10 to 15 attendees. Each table will last approximately 20 minutes. The participants will rotate so that they can contribute to the six themes. The moderator will handle the same theme with the six groups that rotate during the dynamic. We will gather testimonies, selfies, testimonies in video and writings.
SDGs
4 Quality Education 5 Gender Equality 10 Reduced Inequalities 13 Climate Action 15 Life on Land 17 Partnerships for the Goals
Organising Partners
Escuela cbtis 13

Youth Dialogue for the 2030 Agenda in Kambul, Yucatan

Mexico Kambul
Number of people taking this action: 50-250
From MY World Mexico and The Citizen Council for the Follow-up of Public Policies on Youth (CONSEPP), we realized that young people have been recognized as the main protagonists of the implementation of the 2030 Agenda for Sustainable Development. Therefore, we wanted to know the main concerns of young people to match them with the SDGs and their goals, as well as knowing what they were doing and what they saw in the medium term to achieve the 2030 Agenda for Sustainable Development and its goals. This is the answer that we will try to resolve towards the end of these dialogues. During the month of August and September, within the framework of the International Youth Day and the Anniversary of the SDGs (September 25), MY World Mexico, and the CONSEPP, joined forces to carry out dialogues (virtual and face-to-face) in different states of the country, implement the Global Survey of the United Nations for a Better World MY World to the greatest number of people and act to implement the goals of the SDGs. All these dialogues will be systematized in videos, photographs and a final document as a strategic guide to work during the year 2019 by the two organizations, which will be shared with the Government of Mexico. During the week of the SDGs the results of these dialogues will be made viral in social networks, in our social networks and those of our allies, through infographics, testimonies and videos.   We will have a state dialogue in the state of Yucatan in the City of Kambul (September 17 from  18:00 to 20:00 hrs ), of youth! We invited students from different schools, members of collectives and authorities, all people to give their opinion. The dialogue will be composed of short introductory talks for all people to have the same context. The most important part of the dialogue will be the PARTICIPATORY DIAGNOSIS, with which the discussion and generation of proposals will be promoted around six thematic axes that correspond to six goals of the SDGs (4.4, 5.5, 10.2, 13.b, 16.3, 17.17). We will use the methodology of “Global Coffee” fostering dialogue about issues that infer in the public agenda. By means of a colloquium in the work tables, perceptions will be heard, and definitions and proposals will be constructed. It will consist on the placement of six tables, which will have a moderator and 10 to 15 attendees. Each table will last approximately 20 minutes. The participants will rotate so that they can contribute to the six themes. The moderator will handle the same theme with the six groups that rotate during the dynamic. We will gather testimonies, selfies, testimonies in video and writings.
SDGs
4 Quality Education 5 Gender Equality 10 Reduced Inequalities 13 Climate Action 16 Peace, Justice & Strong Institutions 17 Partnerships for the Goals
Organising Partners
Telebachillerato a comunitario

Youth Dialogue for the 2030 Agenda in Cancun, Quintana Roo

Mexico Cancun
Number of people taking this action: 50-250
From MY World Mexico and The Citizen Council for the Follow-up of Public Policies on Youth (CONSEPP), we realized that young people have been recognized as the main protagonists of the implementation of the 2030 Agenda for Sustainable Development. Therefore, we wanted to know the main concerns of young people to match them with the SDGs and their goals, as well as knowing what they were doing and what they saw in the medium term to achieve the 2030 Agenda for Sustainable Development and its goals. This is the answer that we will try to resolve towards the end of these dialogues. During the month of August and September, within the framework of the International Youth Day and the Anniversary of the SDGs (September 25), MY World Mexico, and the CONSEPP, joined forces to carry out dialogues (virtual and face-to-face) in different states of the country, implement the Global Survey of the United Nations for a Better World MY World to the greatest number of people and act to implement the goals of the SDGs. All these dialogues will be systematized in videos, photographs and a final document as a strategic guide to work during the year 2019 by the two organizations, which will be shared with the Government of Mexico. During the week of the SDGs the results of these dialogues will be made viral in social networks, in our social networks and those of our allies, through infographics, testimonies and videos.   We will have a state dialogue in the state of Quintana Roo in the City of Cancun (September 17), of youth! We invited students from different schools, members of collectives and authorities, all people to give their opinion. The dialogue will be composed of short introductory talks for all people to have the same context. The most important part of the dialogue will be the PARTICIPATORY DIAGNOSIS, with which the discussion and generation of proposals will be promoted around six thematic axes that correspond to six goals of the SDGs (4.4, 5.5, 10.2, 13.b, 16.3, 17.17). We will use the methodology of “Global Coffee” fostering dialogue about issues that infer in the public agenda. By means of a colloquium in the work tables, perceptions will be heard, and definitions and proposals will be constructed. It will consist on the placement of six tables, which will have a moderator and 10 to 15 attendees. Each table will last approximately 20 minutes. The participants will rotate so that they can contribute to the six themes. The moderator will handle the same theme with the six groups that rotate during the dynamic. We will gather testimonies, selfies, testimonies in video and writings.
SDGs
4 Quality Education 5 Gender Equality 10 Reduced Inequalities 13 Climate Action 16 Peace, Justice & Strong Institutions 17 Partnerships for the Goals

Youth Dialogue for the 2030 Agenda in Zacatecas, Zacatecas

Mexico Zacatecas
Number of people taking this action: 50-250
From MY World Mexico and The Citizen Council for the Follow-up of Public Policies on Youth (CONSEPP), we realized that young people have been recognized as the main protagonists of the implementation of the 2030 Agenda for Sustainable Development. Therefore, we wanted to know the main concerns of young people to match them with the SDGs and their goals, as well as knowing what they were doing and what they saw in the medium term to achieve the 2030 Agenda for Sustainable Development and its goals. This is the answer that we will try to resolve towards the end of these dialogues. During the month of August and September, within the framework of the International Youth Day and the Anniversary of the SDGs (September 25), MY World Mexico, and the CONSEPP, joined forces to carry out dialogues (virtual and face-to-face) in different states of the country, implement the Global Survey of the United Nations for a Better World MY World to the greatest number of people and act to implement the goals of the SDGs. All these dialogues will be systematized in videos, photographs and a final document as a strategic guide to work during the year 2019 by the two organizations, which will be shared with the Government of Mexico. During the week of the SDGs the results of these dialogues will be made viral in social networks, in our social networks and those of our allies, through infographics, testimonies and videos.   We will have a state dialogue in the state of Zacatecas in the City of Zacatecas (September 20 , from 11:30 to 2:30 pm), of youth! We invited students from different schools, members of collectives and authorities, all people to give their opinion. The dialogue will be composed of short introductory talks for all people to have the same context. The most important part of the dialogue will be the PARTICIPATORY DIAGNOSIS, with which the discussion and generation of proposals will be promoted around six thematic axes that correspond to six goals of the SDGs (4.4, 5.5, 10.2, 13.b, 16.3, 17.17). We will use the methodology of “Global Coffee” fostering dialogue about issues that infer in the public agenda. By means of a colloquium in the work tables, perceptions will be heard, and definitions and proposals will be constructed. It will consist on the placement of six tables, which will have a moderator and 10 to 15 attendees. Each table will last approximately 20 minutes. The participants will rotate so that they can contribute to the six themes. The moderator will handle the same theme with the six groups that rotate during the dynamic. We will gather testimonies, selfies, testimonies in video and writings.
SDGs
4 Quality Education 5 Gender Equality 10 Reduced Inequalities 13 Climate Action 16 Peace, Justice & Strong Institutions 17 Partnerships for the Goals
Organising Partners
Fixing The World, Kybernus, Dilo Bien, Trimss Elite Team, AIESEC, Jóvenes Comprometidos, Jóvenes con Resultados, Emprende con Causa.

About MY World Mexico 1

Established at the beginning of 2016, MY World Mexico is an initiative of the Action Campaign for Sustainable Development Goals (SDGs) of the United Nations that seeks the mobilization of organizations and individuals in favor of implementation, monitoring, financing, monitoring, socialization and evaluation of the 2030 Agenda for Sustainable Development and the SDGs in Mexico through strengthening the participation and accountability mechanisms of the SDGs through the generation and collection of data and evidence, particularly from the United Nations Global Survey for a Better World MY World 2030. The initiative is composed by Civil Society Organizations (NGOs), the academy, the private sector, the public sector, social movements and interested volunteers.

Countries We Work in
Mexico
Languages We Work in
Spanish
SDGs We Tackle
1 No Poverty 2 Zero Hunger 3 Good Health & Well-Being 4 Quality Education 5 Gender Equality 6 Clean Water & Sanitation 7 Affordable & Clean Energy 8 Decent work and economic growth 9 Industry, Innovation & Infrastructure 10 Reduced Inequalities 11 Sustainable Cities & Communities 12 Responsible Consumption & Production 13 Climate Action 14 Life Below Water 15 Life on Land 16 Peace, Justice & Strong Institutions 17 Partnerships for the Goals
TYPE
youth