Children sleeping in the streets of the Dominican Republic.
Accused of Abandoning the Dominican Childhood. A … Danilo Medina, Human Rights, The United Nations, UNICEF Dominican Republic.
Amnesty and All NGOs operating in our national territory RD. I raise my accusations formally to all the organizations mentioned in the headline, I accuse him of abandoning the Dominican children to their fate, without providing them with the necessary care, adequate protections, corresponding nourishment, education, health care, sleep.
This is a Mega Abuse!
I take advantage of this magnificent work done by my friend José Elías Guerrero. And his photos to show the abandonment that is running our childhood. My accusations I want them to cover the branch in racial discrimination, since if they were Haitians they would be resolved and sharpening the cannons to rally the Dominicans in general and without a number of accusations. Not to mention Human Trafficking towards the Dominican Republic and you become the blind.
Ramfis Báez, New York.
To show a button how they only care about the neighbor: “IACHR regrets case of Haitian children RD”
STRONG: http://hoy.com.do/cidh-lamenta-caso-de-hijos-haitianos-rd/ …
Jose Elías Guerrero Facebook: Childhood and Dominican Youth in grave danger.
It is not necessary to carry out PISA tests or bring experts from abroad to realize the terrible reality of our children and young people badly affected by a degraded educational system and without training in values, our minors and young people badly affected by a system of government full of Inequity and inequity.
In the Dominican Republic, children and young people represent the majority of the population, and are growing in a true social, economic, technological and political chaos, becoming a population sector without empowerment, without specific weight and without relative weight in their communities, in the country.
In the case of the young, the great majority of them are “nini”: without adequate education, without employment and without decent employment, without a solid cultural base, without the capacity for criticism and reasoning, without a true scale of values. Without present or future. And the worst of all is that never before has the future of the Dominican Republic depended so much on a single generation, that generation formed by that youth.
And the hard fact is that we do not have a Dominican State or Government with a proper vision of childhood and youth as the human capital that will determine the future of our nation.
We do not have a Dominican State or Government with the will, interest and capacity to invest, socially, economically and politically, much less to apply strategies, policies and programs, to ensure a true integral development of Dominican Childhood and Youth. And society, in general terms, has also assimilated the same indifference of the official sector, politicians, rulers and officials.
Of Dominican children and young people, generally speaking, empirical, and based on a vision of everyday life in communities, neighborhoods, streets and homes, we only know that most of them are covered by crime and drug trafficking, Dropping out of school, prostitution, child abuse, early pregnancy, among many other risk situations.
Of the Dominican children and young people, in general, we do not know their aspirations, their desires, their goals, their personality traits, the motivations of their behaviors, whether positive or negative; We are not interested in their preferences, their tendencies or their health situations, physical development, physical fitness, much less their profiles, individual and sectoral, social, community, political, cultural, mental and spiritual.
Neither the State nor the Government, nor the society itself, pay due attention to the need to ensure a true human development to the different population sectors of the same society. In the case of youth, this attention is much more a priority because it is the stage of transition towards what should be a healthy and productive adulthood.
The chaos that prevails in our country, general and continuous, intense and extensive, together with the high levels of poverty and inequity, mainly affects children and young people, since degraded education and lack of values make them more vulnerable. And if to that situation we add the terrible and negative models that our politicians, rulers and officials offer to the Dominican Childhood and Youth, the terrible and negative models that as a society we put before them, then we can assure that the problem is worse than We visualize with the naked eye in everyday life.