Mayabeque, Cuba__ Representatives of UNICEF and the United Nations will participate this Saturday, December 10 in San José de las Lajas, capital of Mayabeque, in the national act for the Human Rights Day, the digital site of Radio Camoa publishes.

Attending the act will also be the Secretary General of the Federation of Cuban Women Teresa Amarelle Boué and a representation of the more than 26 thousand members of the female organization of the municipality that play an important role in Education, Public Health, Commerce, Services and Communications, among other sectors.

Under the motto, "Defend Today the Rights of Others", the commemoration in Mayabeque’s capital will be a platform for dialogue between representatives of important international organizations and the population regarding the guarantees that the Cuban State offers to all without distinction of race, sex or religion.

Issues such as the free access to schools and medicine, the empowerment of women and the respect for the rights of boys and girls, are to be discussed in this act, which is expected to be marked by the colors that distinguish workers from Public Health, Commerce, ETECSA and the Women's Platoon of the Provincial School for the Defense.

The call this year in such an important event is as underlined by UN Secretary-General Ban Ki-moon "Defending human rights is in the interest of all. Respect for human rights promotes the well-being of people, the stability of societies and the harmony of this interconnected world. "

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