Mexico; North America

Trump’s Mexico Tariffs Are About White Nationalism, Not Trade

Escrito por  |  8 / June / 2019

There’s nothing “uncontrollable” about people applying for asylum. All the U.S. has to do is meet its obligations under international law.

Safe Third Country, Remain in Mexico: US Asylum Policies Violate Rights

Escrito por  |  6 / June / 2019

In this Special Report, the Americas Program analyzed existing Safe Third Country Agreements to determine what such an agreement would mean for Mexico, for the United States and for the migrants from Central America who pass through Mexico to seek safety in the United States.

OVER 40 NOBEL LAUREATES SAY GUATEMALA FACES A CRISIS IN DEMOCRACY & HUMAN RIGHTS

Escrito por  |  10 / April / 2019

A democratic crisis is deepening in Guatemala, with human rights and rule of law increasingly under assault. Forty-four Nobel laureates, alarmed by the growing and dangerous disregard for justice, issued an open statement urging Guatemalan authorities to safeguard peace and democracy in Guatemala.

The Wall from the Other Side

Escrito por  |  27 / March / 2019

I have trouble responding to the Trump Wall Hoax. First because it’s almost incomprehensible that we’re even talking about a “border crisis” that has no relationship to reality (there is no “surge” or “invasion”, no increase in crime, no correlation between violence and migrants, no terrorists over the southern border, no threat to national security). Fact-checking these speeches has become a macabre shadow dance, actions that respond to illusions until the real and the projected become indistinguishable to viewers.

Journalism to eliminate gender violence

Escrito por  |  10 / March / 2019

In spite of having overcome the barrier of silence, the coverage of gender violence repeats many vices of the past. With the exception of feminist media, reporters, directors, and editors continue to gravitate towards the more morbid, leaving out the context of the crime- gender violence and the pardon in which it is expressed.What are the ethical obligations of journalism that covers gender violence and how is it held responsible?

2018: Year of borders, walls and resistances

Escrito por  |  4 / March / 2019

2018 in our America was a year of contradictions that make any single reading or even search for trends impossible. But the issue of borders was a recurring theme.

Mexico’s Search Brigades for the Disappeared: Rebuilding Society from the Ground Up

Escrito por  |  1 / March / 2019

The families will not stop organizing even if the government begins to do what needs to be done to resolve disappearance and forced disappearance in the country. Their movement doesn’t seek only human remains: it seeks the transformation of society from below.