A Truth Commission for Mexico? Breaking State Impunity to Overcome Mexico’s Security Crisis

Location: Eck Hall of Law and Hesburgh Center for International Studies

This workshop, organized by University of Notre Dame professor Guillermo Trejo, will bring together social leaders, practitioners, and academics to discuss whether a truth commission would be viable way out of the country’s ongoing security and human rights crisis. Participants will look at a prior experience with a truth commission in Guerrero and explore how such a commission could help discover the truth about forced disappearances and massacres across Mexico.

Co-sponsored by the Kellogg Institute for International Studies and the Mexico Working Group. Attendance by registration only; more information about panels and registration can be found at Kellogg here.

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