The master Graciela Zamudio, director of Alma Migrante had the honor of participating in the panel of analysis entitled “The northern border in the face of the Central American and Caribbean migration crisis”, on May 6 as part of the activities of the International Congress “Migration crisis in Europe and America in the light of International Human Rights Law”.
Her participation began on Panel 7, which was part of the topic The migratory crisis from the perspective of Tijuana, the penultimate analysis table of the congress that ended in the Loyola auditorium facilities of the Universidad Iberoamericana, Tijuana campus.
Said congress was developed as an initiative in which multiple institutions converged, among them, the Jean Monnet Chair on Migration, Asylum and Refuge of the European Union in conjunction with the University of Granada; the Department of Law of the Universidad Iberoamericana, Mexico City Campus; the Institute of Legal Research of the National Autonomous University of Mexico and the Inter-American Court of Human Rights.
We emphasize that, in addition to the participation of Alma Migrante, panel 8 entitled Attention to migrants on the northern border, a view from academia and civil society organizations concluded the event with valuable participation by defenders of human rights of the migrant community such as: Roxana Rosas Fregoso, Researcher at the Northwest Research and Teaching Station of IIJ, UNAM; Albertina Paoletti, Madre Assunta Institute; María Georgina Garibo, American Friends Service Committee and Dr. Ricardo del Monte, ENID graduate, as moderator.
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