Victoria Donda resigns as head of anti-discrimination body INADI
The head of the National Institute against Discrimination, Xenophobia, and Racism Victoria Donda resigned from the post.
The Ex national parliamentarian and human rights activist posted her decision on Twitter. Victoria shared a letter in which she strongly criticized the government of the President. She called herself the daughter of thousands of people who had disappeared by the military junta during the 1976–1983 dictatorship.
She said that I know whom I am by remembering the scars of cases that happened to my parents daily, torture, and crimes against humanity. They have disappeared and that is why I was born in ESMA, the secret detention center.
Today the chapter is closed with my departure from INADI We believe that institutional responsibilities are steps in a long journey.
Victoria Donda also added that she would continue her activities on FrenteDeTodos. She said that she will continue to fight for the free, fair, and egalitarian society we dream of and most deserve
Victoria Donda has been the President of the National Institute Against Discrimination, Xenophobia, and Racism (INADI) since 2019. One of the main human rights institutions of the Government of Argentina.
At the age of 26, Victoria Donda discovered her true identity. The factor was her joining the group H.I.J.O.S., which works for the Daughters and Sons for Identity and Justice Against Oblivion and Silence.
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