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By: James Ron & José Kaire & David Crow
New research suggests that if human rights organizations use evidence-based fundraising strategies, the public will donate.
By: James Ron
Human rights groups have lost—or never gained—the trust of roughly half their (potentially) strongest supporters.
By: Jenny Barry
Feminists and environmentalists are coming together in Mexico to form new partnerships with an emphasis on local resource mobilization.
By: Alejandro Anaya Munoz
A new report argues that widespread human rights violations in Mexico constitute crimes against humanity. But who will stand accountable?
By: Janice Gallagher & Paula Martinez Gutierrez
Eighteen months after Ayotzinapa, Mexican civil society has pulled together in new and promising ways to challenge the state.
Partnering with celebrities and seeking visibility is key to mobilizing resources for the women’s movement in Mexico.
By: Dona-Gene Barton & Courtney Hillebrecht & Sergio Wals
Study finds that Mexicans’ perceptions of human rights protections are linked to individuals’ evaluations of their leaders, their government and democratization.
By: David Crow
Most Mexicans don’t associate human rights with protecting criminals, but surveys show this varies depending on region and political affiliation.
By: Renee De La Torre
It’s time for leaders in the Mexican Catholic Church to speak up where they are most needed.
By: Ariadna Estévez
While the progressive Catholic Church is on the frontline of defending human rights in Latin American, its conservative branch still attacks reproductive rights ...
By: James Ron & David Crow & Shannon Golden
Using cutting-edge human rights perception polls, the authors explore links between social class and domestic human rights movements in Mexico, Colombia, Morocco, ...
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