Siege of daily life, terror for territorial control and serious human rights violations in Chiapas

We turn our focus to the underreported armed conflict on the Chiapas-Guatemala border. This conflict, fueled by territorial disputes among organized crime groups, has devastating consequences for the largely Indigenous population of Chiapas. The communities displaced by the violence are in the thousands, and violence and terror have become part of daily life.
Join us for an important discussion with Chloé Stevenson, a human rights defender with Centro de Derechos Humanos Fray Bartolomé de las Casas (Frayba), as we delve into the complexities of this crisis and the urgent need for international solidarity. Stevenson, along with a coalition of organizations, published a report: Siege of Daily Life, Terror for Territorial Control, and Serious Human Rights Violation.