Stories about Mexico from March, 2016
Mexican Government Hopes to Counter Violence Against Women With Gender Alerts
Government sponsored gender-violence alerts are on the rise as a response to the the daily occurrence of sexual abuse, torture and femicides, but Mexicans are suspicious about their efficacy.
Series of Animated Stories Revitalise Indigenous Languages in Mexico
‘68 tongues, 68 hearts’ is an animated project aimed at preserving and sharing the indigenous languages of Mexico through a series of short animations narrated in the indigenous languages.
Let’s Tour the Lima and Mexico City of Yesteryear
Some images make us travel to periods and places considered other people's memories; but thanks to images shared online, you can travel in time and space to Lima and Mexico.
American Reporter's Assault Reveals How Common Sexual Violence Is in Mexico City
"Women become targets, sometimes without the victims or victimizers being fully aware of it, of expressions that place women second to men, that turn them into objects to be admired."
Ten Years on, Families Keep the Memories of 65 Miners Killed in Mexico Alive
The families of the miners killed at Pasta de Conchos want to prevent a tragedy from happening again: "We're united by the certainty that life is worth more than coal".
Hear That? The Global Voices Podcast Is Back.
After a three year break, the Global Voices Podcast is back. In this edition, we take you to Mexico, China, Tajikistan, Macedonia and Russia.
Civic Law Initiative Propels Fight Against Political Corruption in Mexico
"Asking politicians to solve the problem is like asking a footballer to be the referee at his own match." The 3of3 initiative is the voice of many Mexicans asking for a stronger fight against political corruption.
A Mexican Public Servant Is Using Periscope to Expose Lawbreakers, but Not Everyone Approves
"I’m in favor! The root of our problem is that corruption and illegality are socially accepted. Periscope encourages a change in mindset."
The Newest Strategy for Saving Bees Is Really, Really Old
With pollinators in decline around the world, conservationists are turning to traditional farmers for answers.
What Awaits Confiscated Narco Fortunes? A Look at Police Work in Mexico, Colombia, and the US
Many people wonder about the destiny of drug lords' fortunes after they're captured. This report offers a glimpse of what happens in Mexico, Colombia, and the US.
Filmmakers Lubezki and Iñárritu Once Again Bring Mexican Flavor to the Academy Awards
"Cuaron, Lubezki & Iñarritu are not flukes but proof of creative vitality in Mexican culture, ethics hard work & opportunity from globalization"