Criminal dynamics and exploitation of communities in Chiapas and Chihuahua, Mexico

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This panel will discuss specific cases of criminal activities, emphasizing dynamics of territorial occupation, deforestation, human trafficking for labor purposes; and their impacts in rural regions of Mexico. Cases from Sierra Tarahumara in Chihuahua and Southern Border in Chiapas would be addressed, which have not been sufficiently recognized by the federal government or mentioned in recent formal reports (US Congress). Four papers will be presented alternating with spaces for questions from the audience. Dialogue will be promoted seeking to enrich and provide feedback on the approach of 24h Conference on Global Organized Crime. A closing session will take place.

María Landa

An ecologist

Livia Wagner

Network Coordinator and Senior Expert


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