PBI-Mexico accompanies Codigo DH at community discussion about violence against women

On November 27, the Peace Brigades International-Mexico Project posted, “PBI accompanied the activities of the Codigo DH Gobixha AC office in Amuzgos within the framework of the conference against violence against women.” PBI-Mexico notes that this involved visiting the community of Santa María Ipalapa (about 12 kilometres from San Pedro Read more…

PBI-Mexico accompanies CodigoDH on the International Day for the Elimination of Violence against Women

On November 26, the Peace Brigades International-Mexico Project posted, “PBI accompanies the members of the office of @CodigoDH in San Pedro Amuzgos during the day against violence against women.” CodigoDH tweeted the photo above noting, “After having suffered two negligent doctors, Amelia Hernández raises her voice to prevent other women Read more…

PBI-Mexico visits Tita Radilla of AFADEM on the 10th anniversary of IACHR ruling on the disappearance of her father

On November 14, the Peace Brigades International-Mexico Project posted, “We visited Tita Radilla and the Association of Relatives of the Detained, Disappeared, and Victims of Human Rights Abuses in Mexico (AFADEM) in Atoyac de Álvarez.” PBI-Mexico adds, “This month marks 10 years of the conviction at the Inter-American Court of Read more…

PBI-Mexico accompanies Sierra Madre Alliance at commemoration for Julián Carrillo Martínez

On October 24, the Peace Brigades International-Mexico Project posted on social media, “Today we were accompanying the Sierra Madre A.C. Alliance during the public ceremony that took place in front of the Government Palace of Chihuahua, recalling the murder of defender Julián Carrillo Martínez.” PBI-Mexico adds, “His family demands justice Read more…

PBI-Mexico expresses support for Indigenous Totonac communities opposed to Puebla 1 dam on the Ajajalpan River

On October 15, the Peace Brigades International-Mexico Project posted, “PBI expresses its support for the Totonac communities that defend the Ajajalpan River.” PBI-Mexico adds, “We recognize its legitimate work in defense of the territory against the construction of the hydroelectric project for the Walmart Mexico company.” On October 10, Judge Read more…