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This entrepreneur helps people who got out of jail in their social reintegration

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Try, take a reality bath, devise, create and finally found. A 19-year-old Daniel Serrano became interested in the idea of some “cuates” (friends) who wanted to develop a civil association to help the Yucatecan LGBT population.

"I fell in love with the project, I got involved with them and during a year that I was in it I realized that my problems were nothing compared to all the violence and discrimination that existed in Yucatán and, obviously, throughout the country," he says. Daniel Serrano de Regil, founder of Insade in an interview with Entrepreneur in Spanish .

After this experience, Serrano began to connect with the world of activism, from feminism to work related to HIV, sexual and reproductive rights. The young man ended up specializing in the latter, through a participation in Catholics for the Right to Decide.

"Here my labor activism grew a lot, in one of those I got to know the world of entrepreneurship through Ashoka Mexico and Central America and from there I began to have my approaches to the issue of social entrepreneurship," he says.

Daniel Serrano refused to create his own civil association for all that it implied in terms of taxes, paperwork "and others." However, as a result of having the idea of some projects stolen from him in 2010, the following year he decided to found his own organization and in this way Interculturalidad, Salud y Derechos AC , better known as Insade, was born .

Insade is responsible for generating strategies for social reintegration and economic autonomy of populations in the context of violence, crime or confinement through participatory methodologies in the hands of key allies.

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