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Femicide destroys the lives of survivors and the victims' families
On March 9, women withdrew from public life as a way to protest against violence against women
The Impunity Machine: Crimes against women do not matter in Mexico
In addition to rarely being denounced out of fear and lack of trust from the victims, millions of crimes against women go unpunished in Mexico due to the incapacity and negligence of authorities
Mexican authorities fail to investigate crimes against women
Millions of crimes go unpunished in Mexico every year
Mexico will resume the search for the bodies of the miners who died on the tragic Pasta de Conchos accident
The victims’ families argue that Grupo Mexico canceled the rescue because the deplorable working and security conditions will become evident
Environmental activists are at risk in Mexico
In recent years, criminals have besieged activists and journalists in Mexico
Tenancingo, Tlaxcala: Mexico’s human trafficking and sexual slavery hub
For decades, Mexican authorities have ignored the atrocious crimes in Tenancingo, Tlaxcala, where women are forced into prostitution
The Mexican government ignores torture
Although human rights and justice are a priority for the government, torture is still a widespread phenomenon
Ayotzinapa case: The 43 missing students could have been dispersed in small groups
Justice has yet to come for the 43 students from the Ayotzinapa Rural Teachers' College who were the victims of enforced disappearance in 2014
Impunity and corruption surround the ABC daycare center fire
10 years after the tragic incident, victims and their families are still demanding justice
Mexico ignores femicides
From January to October 2019, over 3,000 women were murdered in Mexico, however, only 809 cases were registered as femicides