Human Rights in Mexico: Hear from Parents of Disappeared Children

Oct. 26, 2016

Human Rights in Mexico: Hear from Parents of the Disappeared
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On Sept. 26-27, 2014, 43 students were kidnapped at Iguala/Ayoztinapa in the state of Guerrero. Parents of one student who remains missing and another who evaded being taken will share their experiences and also talk about the current human rights and migration issues in Mexico.

There are two opportunities to hear from them on Oct. 31 at Webster in their talk, "Human Rights Today in Mexico Parents Seek Justice & Truth about Disappeared Children."

10-10:50 a.m. in East Academic Building, Room 234

Noon to 1:15 p.m. in the Library Conference Room

This event is sponsored by Department of History, Politics and International Relations, the Institute for Human Rights and Humanitarian Studies, International Studiess Committee and Department of International Languages and Cultures.

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