Inclusive language: they denounced its prohibition in Buenos Aires schools before INADI


The formal complaint was filed by teachers from the Union of Education Workers (UTE).

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Teachers from the Union of Education Workers (UTE) presented a formal complaint for discrimination before INADI for the prohibition of the use of inclusive language in Buenos Aires schools.

The complaint was received by the head of the agency, Victoria Donda, who declared himself in favor of accompanying the claim. At the same time, INADI agreed that the measure is discriminatory because it denies access to rights since it goes against the Gender Identity Law.

The group of teachers also stated that the prohibition of its use “lacks scientific foundation”. From the moment that the decision of the Government of Horacio Rodríguez Larreta was made known, INADI received a large number of queries through the Hotline 168.

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