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General Consul of Mexico participates in Economic Docents Investigation

SACRAMENTO, CA — The Consulate General of Mexico in Sacramento is participating on the Center for Investigation and Economic Docents (Centro de Investigación y Docencia Económicas —CIDE)   a citizens’ initiative  to promote the Cultural aspects of open dialog, the general public is invited to participate in the Migration and Governance Professional Course which will be offered from September 30th to December 16th, 2011.

The Course seeks to promote shared responsibility between government and social actors to design, implement, monitor and evaluate the policies directed to support Mexican nationals abroad.
Tools will be provided to develop the communication and negotiation skills of participants, and a virtual space for analysis and generation of proposals will be promoted, in order to build public policies for migrants in their different phases: origin, transit, destination and return.
For further information, please click here or contact Cecilia White at: or (916) 708-4806.


Information provided by the Mexican Consul

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