Director of Promotion, Education and Leadership Development, Center for Migrant Rights, Inc (CDM)

Jocelyn’s concern about the situation of violence and violation of human rights in Mexico prompted her to become a human rights advocate and a facilitator of organizational processes. Jocelyn’s works with groups and communities in vulnerable areas to create a more just and equitable society. Based on her work with civil society organizations, Jocelyn gained experience working with migrant workers as an organizer and facilitator of popular education, advocating for migrant workers to defend their labor rights. Jocelyn has worked on different projects around transnational labor migration, human and labor rights, gender and intersectionality. She has experience in developing workshops using participatory education methodologies. With more than 8 years of experience in the defense of human and labor rights, she currently serves as Director of Promotion, Education and Leadership Development with the Center for Migrant Rights, Inc. (CDM), a binational organization (Mexico-United States), that works with migrant workers to defend and protect their rights while they move between their communities of origin in Mexico and their workplaces in the United States. CDM envisions a world in which the rights of working people are respected; where laws and policies reflect their voices and experiences

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