Human Rights, Peace and Security in Mexico and in La Montaña, Guerrero

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Part of the The Anthropocene: Politik—Economics—Society—Science book series (APESS, volume 24)

Abstract

We, as defenders of La Montaña, want to be faithful to the struggle of indigenous peoples and be inspired by their example. It is certain that they will continue in their struggle; they were born to fight for their children, their life, their land and for their peace. Our role as human rights defenders is to give voice to their cries and hopes. This is the barometer by which we measure our collaboration with their struggles. I would like to share how we experience the daily struggle together with them. We want to share the experiences we live every day, the problems and the hopes.

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Authors and Affiliations

  1. 1.Human Rights Center of La Montaña ‘Tlachinollan’La Montaña de GuerreroMexico

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