The “Digital Memories” team organized the panel entitled “Human Rights and Memory in Mexico”, in the framework of the III Annual Memory Studies Association Conference, Madrid, Spain, 25 – 28 June 2019.
Human Rights and Memory in Mexico
Chair: Martin Zícari (KU Leuven)
- Silvana Mandolessi (KU Leuven) Transnational Networks and the Work of Global Justice in the Ayotzinapa Case
- María De Vecchi (ARTICLE 19 Mexico and Central America Office) Memory and Disappearance in Mexico: Memorials to Rehumanise the Disappeared
- Lene Guercke (KU Leuven) ‘¡Fue el Estado!’: Disappearances in Mexico and the Responsibility of the State
- Katia Olalde (KU Leuven) Footprints of Memory: Mapping Trajectories of Struggles Against State Violence in Mexico