Commission Seeks Truth behind Ayotzinapa Disappearances
January 23, 2019 | Grantee News | Human Rights

MacArthur grantees Centro Prodh, Tlachinollan, Fundar, and Serapaz have been invited to serve on the Presidential Commission for Truth and Access to Justice to address the 2014 mass disappearance of 43 students from the Ayotzinapa Rural Teacher’s College in Guerrero. In an effort to meet demand for information and justice, the Mexican government established the Commission with these grantees alongside the family members of the victims. The Commission will analyze existing evidence and gather new information about the events behind the disappearances, aiming to fulfill the right to truth for the families of the disappeared students and Mexican society at large.

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