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31 August 2010
30 August 2010The Cerezo Committee México celebrates its ninth anniversary and presents its new report on political prisoners in Mexico.On August 27, in an event in Mexico City, the Cerezo Committee Mexico celebrated its ninth annivesary as an organisation in defence of human rights, and also presented its new report Prison: a form of criminalisation of social protest in Mexico (2002-2008). Emilio Álvarez Icaza, human rights specialist, has described the report as “basic material for any political debate about justice”.
14 August 2010Brief Report on Human Rights submited by Mexican civil society organizations to the United Nations Deputy High Commissioner for Human RightsMexico City, August 2010 While visiting Mexico from 4 to 7 August 2010, the United Nations Deputy High Commissioner for Human Rights, Kyng-wha Kang, met with representatives of civil society organizations who submited to her consideration a brief report on some of the most pressing issues related to Human Rights in Mexico.
5 August 2010Due to serious, repeated attacks against him, PBI has received and accepted a request for accompaniment for the Catholic priest Alejandro Solalinde Guerra, director of the Hermanos en el Camino Migrant Shelter. The request was submitted by the Dimensión Pastoral de la Movilidad Humana, a Mexican Catholic Church body which deals with migration. Read the <media 6686>full announcement</media>
9 June 2010PBI Mexico: Concern for the security of another humanitarian aid caravan to San Juan Copala Community, Oaxaca7th of June 2010 Next Monday, 7th of June 2010, a second humanitarian aid caravan will leave Mexico City for the San Juan Copala community, Oaxaca, formed by various organizations and individuals of the Mexican civil society.
27 May 2010Mexico Before the Inter-American Court of Human Rights for Sexual Violence and Torture Against Indigenous Woman
30 April 2010PBI México : Human Rights Workers Shot Dead, Injured, and Disappeared during Observation Mission to the Triqui Community in San Juan Copala, OaxacaApril 28th 2010
23 April 2010PBI México Interview : Inés Fernandez's legal representatives from the Tlachinollan Center following the hearing of her case Before the IACHREntrevista 17
23 April 2010PBI México Radilla Case Before the IACHR : Interview with Humberto Guerrero, legal director of the Mexican Commission for the Defence and Promotion of Human RightsEntrevista 16
16 April 2010