Lawyers overcome county's opposition to win a neglect finding for a Mexican abuse victim (New York Law Journal, March 30, 2011)
PHR Asylum Network Dr. Wilson testified in the family court hearing for Daniel, who fled from an abusive home in Mexico to the US. Daniel was granted special immigrant juvenile status in October and is now seeking permanent residency.
Mexican Authorities Urged to Conduct a Serious Investigation into Death of American Journalist Brad Will (February 19, 2010)
Physicians for Human Rights (PHR) urges Mexican authorities to conduct a serious investigation into the shooting death of US journalist Brad Will. In going forward, the Mexican prosecutor's office (Procuradurîa General de la Republica — PGR) should take into account the forensic findings reported by PHR's International Forensic Program
Rights Group: Mexico Disregards Forensic Findings in Probe of US Reporter's Death (October 19, 2009)
Forensic experts with Physicians for Human Rights (PHR) reaffirm that the Mexican Attorney General's Office (PGR) has disregarded the available scientific evidence from the 2006 shooting death of American journalist Brad Will.
Canadians' Report Leaves More Questions than Answers in Death of US Reporter in Mexico (August 5, 2009)
(Cambridge, Mass.) - Physicians for Human Rights (PHR) has determined that a review of the shooting death of American journalist Brad Will conducted by Canadian investigators reiterates previous inaccurate and misleading statements of Mexico's Attorney General Office (PGR).
Mexico Urges U.S. to Facilitate Asylum Claims for Victims of Violence (January 22, 2014)
Earlier this month, Mexico’s congress passed a resolution encouraging U.S. authorities to grant asylum to Mexican citizens fleeing the savage violence that has plagued the country over the last several years.
Forensic Documentation of Torture and Ill Treatment in Mexico (December 2008)
PHR documents the Mexican government's historic attempt and ultimate failure to implement international standards of forensic evaluations of torture and ill treatment.
Excluded People, Eroded Communities (June 2006)
PHR details the devastating impact that the ongoing, low-intensity conflict in Chiapas has had on the health and human rights of its civilians.
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