After six years living in the UK, she was detained for five and then seven months. This is the story of a Cameroonian woman who saw people die in detention and gives her account to The Prisma.
Neither the fact that his papers were being processed nor his mobility problems were enough to stop this Venezuelan being detained for nearly 4 months in a detention centre for immigrants in the UK. Here he describes the raids, the scant medical attention and the tricks of the Home Office to force deportation.
The disappearance of the members of the movement is enabling its formalisation under the name of “rural forces”. People and the will to resist in Michoacán are leaving the ground to this new police force.
The movement started in Tierra Calientes, where rural communities decided to defend themselves from the violence present in the territory. The case of forced disappeared of 10 members of this movimiento.
When one learns that in the Dominican Republic hundreds of women die at the hands of their partners or ex-partners every year, they are alarmed and, above all, they feel dismay in the face of this calamity that leaves behind painful scenes of violence. Edilberto F. Méndez Amador […]
Two deaths, two victims at different times but in near similar circumstances, the eviction of Mapuche communities and a conflict going on behind the scenes that has left a mark on the South American country this year. Maylín Vidal The case of the disappearance of the young Santiago […]