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Juarez City (Mexico), 10 June 2022. Personnel of the Mexican Army destroy weapons within the 'Exchange of Arms' program to provide more security to the population (Luis Torres/Epa)

The Forgotten Weapons

Illegal weapons trafficking is still viewed as an isolated phenomenon and is often underestimated by governments, though its connections with other forms of crime are now proven

Simonetta Grassi

Simonetta GrassiResponsabile del Global Firearms Programme (UNODC)

Morelia, Michoacan (Mexico), 04 May 2021. A man is searched for weapons in a police surveillance operation. Clashes between at least nine drug cartels have plunged the State of Michoacán into a serious crisis (Ivan Villanueva/Epa)

The many interests surrounding drugs from Mexico

Criminal groups keep killing and making money because the demand for drugs is increasing, especially in the West. It is time to make consumers accountable

Anabel Hernandez

Anabel HernandezGiornalista investigativa messicana

Badoo Fukura, 28, stands at the bottom of a basin that used to be the community watering hole. It served about 30 different families here, near the small town of Aje, south of the capital Addis Ababa (Photo USAid - Flickr)

The triple injustice against the Global South

"To guarantee the right to a clean, healthy and sustainable environment as a human right, ecocide must be recognized as a crime against peace under international law. This would also be the most effective push-back policy to curb the alleged influx …

Peter Emorinken-Donatus

Peter Emorinken-DonatusGiornalista

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