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A Premier Hit “Man in Flames”

The event was organized by the Injutab, in the framework of World Youth Day

May 25, 2017
Villahermosa, Tabasco
by Leydi Broca
Full packed could be seen in the premiere of the movie “Man In Flames,” event organized by the Institute of Youth of the State of Tabasco, this as part of the events that have been contemplated in the municipality of center in the framework of the celebration of World Youth Day, which is held during all this week.

The attendants began to enter the room from 9:00 pm, people with a pass in hand requested the entrance to the hall that leads to the cinemas, being the organizers of this premier to supervise the acceptance of the youth in this event.

The young attendees certainly enjoyed the projection of this film that addresses the issue of kidnapping in Mexico from the point of view of an American policeman.

The tape was filmed in locations in the Mexican capital and has among its cast to Denzel Washington, Dakota Fannig and Mexican actors Jesús Ochoa, Carmen Salinas and Roberto Sosa.

The success and organization of the event was noted, as many young people placed a place in the halls and staircases of Room 7 to enjoy this film. It should be noted that this event will not be the last that the Injutab organizes to celebrate for the fifth time the World Youth Day in our state.
History of World Youth Day.

The United Nations considers “young people” to persons between 15 and 24 years of age, a group that constitutes the sixth part of the world’s population. Most of the youth live in developing countries and it is estimated that this proportion will increase in the 22nd century.

The idea of the International Youth Day was proposed in 1991 by the young people who met in Vienna Austria during the first session of the World Youth Forum of the United Nations. The main objective of the day is to promote awareness especially among youth, about global programmes of action for young people.

The programme of Action focuses on ten priority areas for young people: education, employment, hunger and poverty, health, environment, drug abuse, juvenile delinquency, leisure activities, girls and young women and participation of young people in society and decision-making. The programme recommends specific actions for the implementation of its objectives at the national, regional and global levels.

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What is Injutab?
It is a site created thinking of the young, because it is the integration of these in a sector representative of the Tabasco Society, offering by means of this means the necessary tools so that as young you can express yourself, to comment, to debate, to propose, etc. It was created in September 2017 with the purpose of being a catalyst for your concerns and needs.


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