On April 4th, at the office of the Ieladeinu Program, there was a Conference called: “Co-responsibility in the protection of the right to family life. Family, Community, private organizations and State: Public bodies”.
The event was organized by the National Secretariat for Children, Adolescents and Family, under the Ministry of Health and Social Development of the Nation and the Ieladeinu Program.
The axes of work were organized in three tables, each of which had different speakers, representatives of the National Secretariat for Children, Adolescents and Family, family courts, organizations for the protection of rights and civil society organizations:
The audience was attended by 70 people, including members from technical teams of courts, Public Defender local offices, the Public Prosecution Office, the Council of Rights, schools and AMIA.
It was an afternoon of debate and reflection but, above all, of commitment to continue creating spaces of work among the different actors involved in the Rights protection system, join efforts in order to strengthen families and ensure the permanence of their children, or promote areas of family care for those who temporarily cannot be under the care of their parents.
When in Ieladeinu we thought about organizing a conference together with the National Secretariat for Children, Adolescents and Family, the spirit that guided us was to enable the analysis, together with key actors, of guidelines and practices carried out in order to guarantee the right to family life of girls, boys and adolescents. We celebrated the meeting betting that it will be the first of several that allow us to articulate actions to move towards clear guidelines driving the practices of different actors within the protection system, with the aim of guaranteeing this fundamental right for the subjective well-being and healthy growth of the children of our country.