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Workplace harassment prevails in Mexico
From January to March, at least 23,542 people resigned in order to avoid a hostile work environment
Organized crime infiltrated Mexico's Supreme Court
In an interview with EL UNIVERSAL, the magistrate explains corruption is a key issue in the judiciary
Mexican migrants face sexual harassment, exploitation, and threats at U.S. dairy farms
Every day, migrants who work in companies from the milk industry in the U.S. face sexual harassment, non-stop working days, threats, deportation, and even being sued by employers
Mexico City: At least 8 sex crimes reported every day
The areas with the most reports were Cuauhtémoc, Miguel Hidalgo, Benito Juárez, Venustiano Carranza, and Iztacalco
Impunity: Sexual abuse and harassment plague Mexico City
For women, filing a lawsuit at the Public Prosecutor's Office is agony because there are blamed, shamed, and humiliated
The feminist movement is taking over Mexico
The #MeToo movement is disrupting the sexism and misogyny ingrained in Mexican society
Mexican rock star dead at 64
It's been confirmed that Armando Vega Gil, the founder of rock band Botellita de Jerez, has died
Mexican women come forward to denounce writers, academics, and journalists
Alejandro Jodorowsky, a Chilean-French writer and filmmaker, told writer Richard Crouse he had raped actress Mara Lorenzio on screen
Sexual harassment has to stop
In recent years, a new harassment method has taken place: recording or taking pictures of other people without consent
Young women targeted by criminals in city's Metro
After 15 victims filed complaints, Mexico City's authorities have identified the modus operandi of the criminals