Family dysfunction was an important feature of slavery in the Caribbean, and it seems very likely that this is one of the ‘downstream’ effects of the past history of people from the Caribbean. Nigel Pocock Movement for Justice and Reconciliation Fearon and Morgan make the helpful suggestion that […]
The forced disappearance of the 43 normalistas from Ayotzinapa reveals the direct involvement of the police force in the crime. Social movements are breaking the narco-narrative, instead defining the case as political oppression.
On the 26 September 2014, 43 students from the Ayotzinapa Normal School were forcibly disappeared by the Guerrero State police.
In one very interesting piece of Dutch research, alienation and loneliness were analysed under four helpful identity types: ‘integrated identity, (an identity with both their ethnic group, and wider society), ‘separated identity’ (a strong ethnic identity, but weak national identity), ‘assimilated identity’ (a strong national identity only) and ‘marginalized identity’ […]
This city in the state of Chihuahua hides a mystery: a high record of cases of forced disappearance and a systemic lack of investigations by local authorities.
Cuauhtémoc presents all the major characteristics of state violence during the War on Drugs. While 1,698 people were officially registered as missing in 2016 in Chihuahua, 351 people were from Ciudad Cuauhtémoc.
With less than 19 months to go until the UK is set to officially leave the EU, negotiations are progressing alarmingly slowly with both sides failing to agree on key areas. A public event is being held on 19 September in London, to discuss how to oppose the Tory government. […]