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Urgent Action: Amnesty International Possible Disappearance/Fear for Safety

"Manuel Ponce Rosas and Raúl Lucas Lucía were abducted on 13 February in Ayutla de los Libres municipality, Guerrero State by armed men who local human rights organizations believe may be connected to the authorities. Their...[more]




PBI Mexico: Interview with Raymundo Díaz Taboada, member of the Collective Against Torture and Impunity (CCTI), Acapulco, December 23, 2008

On December 15, 2008 the Collective Against Torture and Impunity (CCTI) called out to civil society organizations to organize an observation mission in order to investigate the case of Javier Torres Cruz, reportedly disappeared...[more]




PBI Mexico: Amnesty International Adopts Five Indigenous Rights Defenders (members of the OPIM) as Prisoners of Conscience

"Amnesty International is calling for the immediate and unconditional release of Raúl Hernández, Manuel Cruz, Orlando Manzanarez, Natalio Ortega and Romualdo Santiago, who have been in detention for more than six months in...[more]




PBI Mexico: Interview with Alejandra González Marín, psychologist from the Tlachinollan Human Rights Center

Alejandra González Marin is a psychologist who has worked for the Tlachinollan Human Rights Center for four years. She works closely with the legal department to provide psychological attention to victims of domestic violence and...[more]




PBI Mexico presents its report: Human Rights Defenders in the State of Guerrero.

On May 29, 2008, the Peace Brigades International Mexico Project presented Human Rights Defenders in the State of Guerrero. Cases of resistence and initiatives from Mexican civil society regarding the promotion and defense of...[more]




Mexico: Bulletin Num. 23 January 2008

 




Mexico: Indigenous People From the Montaña of Guerrero Meet with UN High Comissioner

· In the space of 2 hours, indigenous na savi, me´phaa, nahua and amuzgo people put forward 10 cases of human rights violations.

· They ask for an end to militarization and to the criminalization of social...[more]




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