Join Arely Cruz-Santiago from the University of Exeter as she explores the issue of human disappearance in Mexico. Since 2006 more than 350,000 assassinations have been officially recorded, 112 000 disappearances and at least 52,000 corpses are held in cemeteries and mortuaries awaiting identification. Arely shares her work on the experiences of the families of disappeared persons and the practice of citizen-led forensics.
This event is part of the State of Disappearance project. For more events, visit historiesofviolence.com.
Brad Evans, Professor of Political Violence at the University of Bath