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Senate approves Miscelánea Penal reforms.
Judicial Reform

Congress approves Miscelánea Penal reforms to bolster New Criminal Justice System

7/5/16 (written by sramirez) — The Mexican Senate recently approved the Miscelánea Penal reforms to support the New Criminal Justice System (Nuevo Sistema de Justicia Penal, NSJP), thus ultimately putting …

Peña Nieto meets with CCE on June 22, 2016.
Transparency & accountability

Peña Nieto vetoes package of anticorruption bills

06/27/16 (written by kheinle) — Mexican President Enrique Peña Nieto vetoed down a proposed package of anticorruption bills on Thursday, June 23 that, among other changes, would require recipients of …

Judicial Reform

Justice in Mexico and USD School of Law co-host International Conference on Mexico’s Judicial Reform Efforts

6/24/16 (written by ncortes) – On June 10th, Justice in Mexico co-hosted “Promoting the Rule of Law in Mexico” International Conference with USD’s School of Law at the Hahn University …

Justice in Mexico

UNAM Law School professors and students participate in OASIS San Diego international study trip

  06/24/2016 (written by msmith) – Seven faculty and three students from the National Autonomous University of Mexico Law School (UNAM) were chosen to participate in a two-week study trip to learn …

Justice in Mexico

Update: International Conference On Promoting The Rule Of Law In Mexico (June 10, 2016)

The Justice in Mexico Program and the University of San Diego School of Law are pleased to send you the agenda for our upcoming conference on “Promoting the Rule of Law in Mexico” …

Justice in Mexico Program Coordinator, Octavio Rodríguez, presents at the Mexican Senate May 12, 2016.
Judicial Reform

Justice in Mexico’s Octavio Rodríguez presents at the Mexican Senate’s “Reforma a la Justicia Penal” Symposium

05/17/16 (written by rkuckertz) – On May 12, 2016, Justice in Mexico’s Program Coordinator, Octavio Rodríguez, presented at the Mexican Senate’s “Reforma a la Justicia Penal” (“Criminal Justice System Reform”) …

Octavio Rodríguez (Justice in Mexico Program Coordinator), Janice Deaton (OASIS Training Director), Dr. David Shirk (Director, Justice in Mexico)
Justice in Mexico

Justice in Mexico’s Janice Deaton Receives USD Alumni Honors Award

05/13/16 (written by vvozarova) – On April 30th, the University of San Diego hosted its annual Alumni Honors Celebration. This year, Justice in Mexico’s OASIS Training Course Director, Janice Deaton, …

Justice in Mexico

International Conference on Promoting the Rule of Law in Mexico, June 10, 2016

The Justice in Mexico Program and the University of San Diego School of Law are pleased to invite you to a conference on “Promoting the Rule of Law in Mexico” on Friday, …

Journalists map 2000-2015, Justice in Mexico
Crime and Violence

Four journalists killed in Mexico during first third of 2016

05/07/16 (written by kheinle) – Journalists continue to face grave danger in Mexico, as evidenced by the recent homicide of journalist Francisco Pacheco Beltrán (55) in Guerrero. HIs death marks at …

Family members of the 43 students display signs during the GIEI’s presentation of their findings on Sunday. Source: The New York Times.
Human Rights and Civil Society

Ayotzinapa Disappeared 43 Students Case Remains Unsolved

05/2/16 (written by elefavour) –In 608 pages of discoveries, the Interdisciplinary Group of Independent Experts (Grupo Interdisciplinario de Expertos Independientes, “GIEI”) of the Inter-American Commission on Human Rights reveals new …

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