By Cristina Elena Pestrea, The Institute for Cultural Diplomacy.
The Dulcamara Womens Association is an non-governmental organization created in 2010 by a group of ecuatorian women. The main goals and missions of the Dulcamara Association are fighting for gender equality on the labor market and not only, women empowerment, and building solidarity.
On the 28th of May, 2013, with the occasion of the International Symposium on Human Rights organized by the Institute for Cultural Diplomacy in Berlin, Paloma Moré, Manager and President of the Dulcamara Womens Assotiation gave a Lecture on “Labor Rights for Migrant Care and Domestic Workers in Contemporary Society” .
The Symposium on Cultural Diplomacy & Human Rights “Towards a Global Human Rights Culture: The Need for a Collective Alliance in the Protection & Promotion of Human Rights” provided the platform for activists, experts, academics and world leaders involved in the field of Human Rights to come together, create alliances, and better coordinate their activities, thus promoting better implementation and enforcement of Human Rights in a more effective nature.
The conference furthermore engaged Cultural Diplomacy as a means of uniting the varying sectors of society in order to create a joint collaboration for the protection and support of Human Rights activities, as well as recognize the capabilities of Cultural Diplomacy in enabling governments to fulfill Human Rights obligations towards their citizens.
To find more on the Lecture of Miss Paloma Moré, please watch the video below.