The Croronavirus has made the vibrant giant city of Mexico City almost doomed. Photo: Bhargava Marripati / Pexels
Of: Annika Engwall
In Mexico City, "Quedate en casa" (stay at home) echoes from the speakers of the police cars circulating the city streets. Concrete facades are wallpapered with red posters with the words "Salva vidas" (save lives) in white. The city I got to know at the end of October - characterized by its kilometer-long traffic jams, nightly tacos al pastor and salsa groups in various squares […]
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June 22, 2020, FUF-correspondents
The murder of Ingrid Escamilla affected many in Mexico. Photo: ProtoplasmaKid
Of: Beatrice Hugosson
Two brutal murders of women in February were the starting shot for the ongoing demonstrations in Mexico. Gender-based murder of women is a growing problem in the country. Activists are now trying to get the president, the media and society to take responsibility.
March 19, 2020, News
Of: The Chancellery
The Swedish teenager Greta Thunberg has created a huge global movement of activists. But her movement is not the only one right now. Meet activists fighting for democracy in Lebanon, for sexual rights in Mexico and for the influence of women in India.
February 4, 2020, News