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30 Oct 2017 description
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Devolver a los menores en la frontera de EE.UU. a sus países de origen es una condición para mantener a los “Dreamers”

14 Jul 2017 description
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Honduras leads the way, passes law making practise illegal

Heather Barr
Senior Researcher, Women's Rights Division

14 Sep 2016 description
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Les pays participant aux deux sommets sur les réfugiés devraient s’engager à renforcer leurs offres de réinstallation et d’aide

13 Sep 2016 description
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At Global Refugee Summits, Commit to Resettlement and Aid

(New York, September 13, 2016) – The massive refugee crisis demands an unprecedented global response, Human Rights Watch said today. At two summits on September 19 and 20, 2016, at the United Nations, world leaders should take bold steps to share responsibility for millions of people displaced by violence, repression, and persecution.

31 Mar 2016 description
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Mexico: Asylum Elusive for Migrant Children

Major Obstacles for Central American Asylum Seekers

(Mexico City, March 31, 2016) – Central American children fleeing serious threats face formidable obstacles in applying for asylum in Mexico, Human Rights Watch said in a report released today.

02 Feb 2016 description
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Durante el gobierno del Presidente Enrique Peña Nieto, miembros de las fuerzas de seguridad mexicanas han estado implicados en graves violaciones de derechos humanos en forma reiterada —incluidas ejecuciones extrajudiciales, desapariciones forzadas y tortura— en el marco de acciones contra el crimen organizado.

01 Feb 2016 description
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During the administration of President Enrique Peña Nieto, Mexican security forces have been implicated in repeated, serious human rights violations—including extrajudicial killings, enforced disappearances, and torture—in the course of efforts to combat organized crime. The government has made little progress in prosecuting those responsible for recent abuses, let alone the large number of abuses committed by soldiers and police since former President Felipe Calderón (2006-2012) initiated Mexico’s “war on drugs.”

29 May 2015 description
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Convocar a expertos independientes es clave para obtener un resultado creíble

(Nueva York) – México debería efectuar una investigación oportuna, exhaustiva e imparcial sobre las circunstancias en las que murieron 43 personas el 22 de mayo de 2015 en el estado de Michoacán, señaló hoy Human Rights Watch. Durante un enfrentamiento armado de tres horas entre civiles y policías federales en el municipio de Tanhuato murieron 42 civiles y un policía, según fuentes oficiales.

29 Jan 2015 description
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(Beyrouth, le 29 janvier 2015) – Les gouvernements commettent une grave erreur lorsqu'ils délaissent les droits humains dans leurs réponses à de graves défis sécuritaires, a déclaré Human Rights Watch aujourd'hui, à l’occasion de la publication de son Rapport mondial 2015.

29 Jan 2015 description
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World Report 2015: Rights Aren’t Wrong in Tough Times
Human Rights a Path Out of Crisis and Chaos

(Beirut, January 29, 2015) – Governments make a big mistake when they ignore human rights to counter serious security challenges, Human Rights Watch said today in releasing its annual world report.

09 Oct 2014 description
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Demoras inexplicables, anuncios contradictorios y escasos resultados

Los esfuerzos de México para abordar la gran cantidad de casos de desaparición forzada y personas llevadas ilegalmente contra su voluntad, ocurridos en todo el país durante los últimos años, han estado plagados de demoras inexplicables y anuncios públicos contradictorios, señaló Human Rights Watch en una carta enviada hoy al Secretario de Gobernación Miguel Ángel Osorio Chong.

08 Oct 2014 description
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Inexplicable Delays, Contradictory Statements, Limited Results

(Washington, DC, October 8, 2014) – Mexico’s efforts to address the large number of cases of enforced disappearances and abductions throughout the country in recent years have been marred by inexplicable delays and contradictory public statements, Human Rights Watch said in a letter sent today to Interior Minister Miguel Ángel Osorio Chong.

12 Nov 2013 description
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Process Should Be Accompanied by Justice and Search for Victims

(Washington, DC, November 12, 2013) ­­­– The Mexican government should ensure that the process of developing a national database of the disappeared is thorough, efficient, and transparent, Human Rights Watch said today. Development of the database should be coupled with serious investigations to determine the fate of thousands of people who remain unaccounted for.

21 Feb 2013 description
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Crisis de desapariciones forzadas

Peña Nieto debe definir una estrategia para investigar y erradicar las desapariciones

(México D.F.) – Miembros de las fuerzas de seguridad de México han participado en numerosos casos de desaparición forzada, señaló Human Rights Watch en un informe divulgado hoy. Prácticamente en ninguno de estos casos las víctimas fueron halladas ni se llevó a los responsables ante la justicia, lo cual ha exacerbado el sufrimiento de los familiares de los desaparecidos, comprobó Human Rights Watch.

23 Jan 2012 description
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Informe Mundial 2012: Fortalecer el apoyo a la 'Primavera Árabe'

Los gobiernos deben defender los derechos, y no a los aliados que cometen abusos

09 Nov 2011 description
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Mexico: Widespread Rights Abuses in ‘War on Drugs’

Impunity for Torture, ‘Disappearances,’ Killings Undermines Security

(Mexico City, November 9, 2011) – Mexico’s military and police have committed widespread human rights violations in efforts to combat organized crime, virtually none of which are being adequately investigated, Human Rights Watch said in a report released today.

06 Jul 2011 description
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Calderón, Congress Should Revise Laws Based on Ruling

(Washington, DC, July 6, 2011) – A ruling on July 6, 2011, by Mexico’s Supreme Court should bring reform of Mexico’s flawed military justice system and accountability for soldiers accused of human rights violations closer, Human Rights Watch said today. The court ruled that Mexico’s courts are obligated to comply with an Inter-American Court judgment in an enforced disappearance case and that its jurisprudence should be taken into account by Mexico’s judges.