“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»

CENTRAL AMERICAN MIGRATION

                                                                                                      The Mexican State is guilty of the criminal violations of the human rights of migrants in transit, either by direct action, or by omission, negligence, collusion, protection, complicity and/or acquiescence Ciudad de Mexico – Julio , 2016 Central America Migration Migration responds to multidimensional incentives, but the massive migrations of today are dueSigue leyendo «CENTRAL AMERICAN MIGRATION»

121 immigrant women and children subjected to ‘terrifying’ raids by US law enforcement agents

The women and children were treated ‘inhumanely’ and not given access to a lawyer – campaigners say enforcement agents broke the law  .Rachael Revesz New York. Monday 1 February 2016 Campaign groups have spoken out against the “terrifying” and “needlessly aggressive” law enforcement round-ups across several US states of immigrant women and children, separating them from their familiesSigue leyendo «121 immigrant women and children subjected to ‘terrifying’ raids by US law enforcement agents»

Hundreds of Minneapolis high school students walk out to protest ICE raids and deportations

By Brad Sigal | January , 2016 Minneapolis, MN – Students from at least 12 Minneapolis and suburban high schools walked out of school, Jan. 20. at noon to protest the current wave of immigration raids and deportations happening around the country. After walking out, the students converged at Martin Luther King Park in southSigue leyendo «Hundreds of Minneapolis high school students walk out to protest ICE raids and deportations»