The Caravan of Central American Mothers: A Lesson in Political Action

Ana spent the day with the XV Caravan of Central American Mothers of Disappeared Migrants in Huixtla, in southern Chiapas. The tracks of the train cross through the town, which is one of the stopping points for migrants traveling north. The women of the caravan come here with the hope that residents will provide hintsSigue leyendo «The Caravan of Central American Mothers: A Lesson in Political Action»

Let’s make our radical hospitality with the #CaravanaMigrante

Let’s make our radical hospitality with the #CaravanaMigrante BY MMMESOAMERICANO October 30 ,2018 Translated by: Building Bridges – Human Rights Vancouver Mesoamerican Migrant Movement RELEASE Mexico City, October 19, 2018.- The Migrant Caravan travelling from Honduras to where they can find a livable life crossed the southern Mexican border. It is estimated that about 7Sigue leyendo «Let’s make our radical hospitality with the #CaravanaMigrante»

“Mother, send me a birth certificate”

By Itzel Porras In a small orange house, beyond a sign that reads “God Bless Our Home,” stands Marta Elena. She is an elderly woman with hair streaked by the passage of time and skin turned dark by the sun. She has a heart problem, and a diagnosis of diabetes. She walks around with aSigue leyendo «“Mother, send me a birth certificate”»

TOWARDS THE 8th WORLD SOCIAL FORUM OF THE MIGRATIONS – MÈXICO 2018

TOWARDS THE 8th WORLD SOCIAL FORUM OF THE MIGRATIONS 2-4 November 2018, Mexico City We, the migrants and migrant organizations involved in migration from various parts of the world, find ourselves today in a world in turmoil, where the migration issue has become central to the international agenda. Almost one in four of the world’sSigue leyendo «TOWARDS THE 8th WORLD SOCIAL FORUM OF THE MIGRATIONS – MÈXICO 2018»

World Report 2018 / Mèxico : Human Rights Watch

During the administration of President Enrique Peña Nieto, which began in 2012, security forces have been implicated in repeated, serious human rights violations during efforts to combat organized crime—including extrajudicial killings, enforced disappearances, and torture. The government has made little progress in prosecuting those responsible for recent abuses, let alone the large number of abusesSigue leyendo «World Report 2018 / Mèxico : Human Rights Watch»

Honduran Woman Reunited With Lost Son After A Decade

By Israel Hernández Guadalajara, Jalisco.- Carlos Roberto Mejía López made his last momentous trip in 2007, when he left Río Chiquito, Cortés, to head to the United States. On December 11, in the middle of the night, he embarked on another journey. But this time, ten years later, he knew his final destination; in theSigue leyendo «Honduran Woman Reunited With Lost Son After A Decade»

After Sixteen Years, Clementina Murcia Finds Her Son

Story: Israel Hernandez Guadalajara, Jalisco – Clementina Murcia Hernandez finished half her mission during the Caravan of Central American Mothers. On December 10, after sixteen years of searching for her son, Mauro Orlando Funes Murcia, she finally held him in her arms. She also had the chance to meet María Guadalupe Sánchez Parada, her 15-year-oldSigue leyendo «After Sixteen Years, Clementina Murcia Finds Her Son»