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Mexico is failing to protect women from increasing levels of violence, a new Amnesty International report says.
The Orozco Medina family, peasant farmers in Nuevo Zirosto, Municipio de Uruapan, Michoacán State, Mexico, have been subject to a pattern of harassment involving ...
Urgent Action AMR 41/048/2012
An activist for human rights in Chiapas State was threatened with death as a reprisal for bringing a case against public officials. She and her family are at grave ...
Urgent Action AMR 41/049/2012
Amnesty International is submitting this information to the United Nations Committee on the Elimination of Discrimination against Women, in advance of its examination ...
Document AMR 41/041/2012
Two members of a community organisation that opposes mining operations in the southern Mexican state of Oaxaca were shot and wounded on 16 June. They and other ...
Urgent Action AMR 41/044/2012
AMNESTY INTERNATIONAL Public Statement Index: AMR 41/043/2012 19 June 2012 Mexico: Amnesty International condemns the murder of another journalist in Veracruz ...
Public Statement AMR 41/043/2012
Indigenous activists José Ramón Aniceto Gómez and Pascual Agustín Cruz are victims of a justice system that often discriminates against poor and indigenous people ...
Mexico: Mother and son harassed by police in Mexico
Urgent Action AMR 41/040/2012
The community of Valle del Río San Pedro in south-western Mexico received a death threat on 19 May ordering them to leave their homes. Members of the community ...
Urgent Action AMR 41/039/2012
Two indigenous human rights defenders from Mexico have been imprisoned for crimes they did not commit.