Corruption, Impunity, and Human Rights in Mexico
“Corruption, Impunity, and Human Rights in Mexico” with Everard Meade and Guillermo Trejo
Everard Meade is the Director of the Trans Border Institute at the University of San Diego and translator of Javier Valdez Cárdenas, The Taken: True Stories of the Sinaloa Drug War (2017).
Guillermo Trejo is Associate Professor of Political Science at the University of Notre Dame and author of Popular Movements in Autocracies: Religion, Repression and Indigenous Collective Action in Mexico (2012).
The Mexico Working Group serves as a venue for resident and visiting faculty and graduate and undergraduate students to consider issues related to Mexico. With the goal of strengthening the presence of Mexico at Notre Dame, the group supports conferences, talks, cultural events, and academic discussions. The group also fosters academic and cultural exchanges to link the University with Mexico and Mexican Studies institutions and coordinates a biennial Undergraduate Research Conference focused on Mexican issues.
Chair: Jaime Pensado
Graduate Student Coordinator: Noe Pliego Campos (firstname.lastname@example.org)