Chile: A call to Protect Human Rights in Chile: An open letter from the Secretary General to the presidential candidates
In this open letter, Amnesty International urges candidates to consider that in its Bicentennial, Chile shall provide for inclusion of all people, with equal rights and full respect of their Human Rights. Concrete and effective measures, improvement of public policies, and global initiative for the protection of the most vulnerable groups should be started. This is the case of women, minors and adolescents; indigenous people; and those persons discriminated because sexual orientation and gender identity.
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