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This article analyzes global trends in financing for infrastructure. It looks at changes in Mexico’s laws, policies, and programs and how it has effected their infrastructure investment models and the use of public pension funds. Furthermore, it examines how this model is...

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09
Jun
2017

The Project on Organizing, Development, Education, and Research (PODER) is pleased to invite you to join us in a side-event during the 35th session of the UN Human Rights Council on June 9th in Geneva.

Together with other organizations, human rights defenders and...

On 5 February 2017, Mexico City's offical newspaper published the full text of the Constitution for the capital city. This document of 71 articles and 39 provisions also includes elements that are highly relevant to the implementation of the right to the city....

Their silence was audible.

As 150 people took their seats, ready to inaugurate ESCR-Net’s Global Strategy Meeting, several empty chairs featured prominently among the crowd; holding space for those who did not manage...

In response to the decision issued by the Unitary Agrarian Court of the Sixth District in Torreón, Coahuila, women and men of the ejido La Sierrita de Galeana in Durango, Mexico, filed an appeal on 5 December 2016, to demand...

The Red Latinoamericana sobre Industrias Extractivas (RLIE), of which Fundar, Centro de Análisis e Investigación is a member, launched a new website...

15
May
2016

The International Federation for Human Rights (FIDH) and ESCR-Net organize a Latin America regional consultation for civil society organizations (CSOs) from May 15th to...

On 3 June 2016, the International Network for Economic, Social and Cultural Rights (ESCR-Net) sent ...

The International Network for Economic, Social and Cultural Rights (ESCR-Net) has denounced the recent smear campaign being waged by the Mexican media against organizations and individuals working to defend human rights in Mexico.

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