Josué Torres is an advocate who promotes human rights, particularly the rights of people with disabilities, youth, people of sexual diversity, and sex-gender dissidents.

Josue Torres

He has participated in different spaces for dialogue and presentations on the importance of the rights of people with disabilities and actions for accessibility and inclusion. Josué is currently the Program Coordinator of the Central America and Mexico Youth Fund (CAMY Fund) a program of Seattle International Foundation (SIF) where, in addition to carrying out the functions of his position, he contributes to institutional strengthening by collaborating in the development of the Diversity, Equity, Inclusion, and Accessibility (DEIA) declaration and the implementation of a workshop with its work team on disability and inclusion. Josue is a person with a disability. 

Josué Torres has a bachelor's degree in sociology from the Autonomous University of the State of Mexico and a specialty in youth: inequalities, policies, and cultures from CLACSO.