Mexico
Feminists across Latin America demand safe and legal abortions

The struggle for free, safe and legal abortion in Latin America and the Caribbean has been one of the key uniting issues for movements in the region as across the board, access is severely restricted

Feminists march in Mexico City to demand legal right to abortion

Apart from the capital Mexico City and southern province of Oaxaca, in the rest of the country, abortion is illegal.

Families continue to demand justice for the disappeared students of Ayotzinapa

September 26 marked 6 years since the disappearance of 43 students from Ayotzinapa, Mexico.

Six years after the Ayotzinapa disappearances, families continue to demand justice

While the government of President Andrés Manuel López Obrador promised to take action on the case, little progress has been made to overcome the years of evidence tampering and cover-ups done to protect those involved

Mexico’s social movements push for solidarity and alternatives

Magdiel Sánchez Quiroz discusses the increase in violence during the pandemic and the initiatives of solidarity of Mexico’s social movements

As COVID-19 cases surge, Mexico’s AMLO has nowhere to turn

Magdiel Sánchez Quiroz discusses some of the factors behind AMLO’s response to COVID-19 and the criticisms from Mexican social movements to his policies

What explains the COVID-19 surge in Mexico?

Mexico has quickly become one of the hot-spots of the coronavirus pandemic, Mexican activist Magdiel Sánchez Quiroz discusses the different factors behind the increase

Mexico struggles to fight COVID-19

Mexico is the seventh most affected country worldwide by the COVID-19 pandemic and has the fourth-highest death toll in the world

Major earthquake hits Mexico, at least six dead

A tsunami alert has been issued for the Pacific coasts of Mexico and Central American countries after the earthquake

Sowing solidarity: Reflections on Zapatismo from the International Gathering of Women Who Struggle

Julia Thomas speaks to Daisy Bugarin about the international gathering held in Zapatista territory in December 2019

Oldest and largest structure of Maya civilization discovered in Mexico

The monument at the archaeological site of Aguada Fénix is a huge raised platform and looks like an artificial plateau itself. The Aguada Fénix measures about 1.4 kilometers in length, 399 meters in width, and 10-15 meters in height. 

Mexico evacuates migrant centers due to COVID-19 pandemic

In the past five weeks, over 3,653 Central American migrants housed in migrant shelters or centers, have been returned to their countries of origin

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