Who are we?
The Center for Women’s Human Rights (CEDEHM for its acronym in Spanish) is a civil association based in Chihuahua, Chihuahua, Mexico. It was founded in 2005 and opened to the public in 2006.
We are a lay and feminist human rights organization committed to justice, equality, and the dignity of people, who believe in democracy and horizontality as guiding principles of our work.
To accompany comprehensively, with a differentiated and multidisciplinary approach, people who have been victims of human rights violations to access justice and contribute to the generation of structural changes to achieve the full validity of human rights in Chihuahua, with an impact at the national and international levels.
We strive for a democratic, just, and egalitarian society, in which the fundamental rights and freedoms of all people are promoted, respected, protected, and guaranteed to live in conditions of full dignity.
• Justice • Dignity • Equality • Solidarity • Sorority