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Changing stories: stories with a gender perspective of adolescents and women in street situations / Education with the Street Child, I.A.P. Mexico: EDNICA, [2018]. 80 p.

 

This book is the result of the educational process that began with a workshop that reflected on the circumstances of inequality in which girls and adolescents are educated, and how, from this, the reproduction of stereotyped models that do not allow the full development of women.

A Look from Civil Society Organizations to the Trafficking of People in México / Hispanics in Philanthropy. United States: HIP, [2017]. 48 p.

 

Special issue of the Expansión magazine, with the support of the philanthropic organizations: Mexican Transparency and Mexicans Against Corruption and Impunity. A tour of the main companies in the country to know the transparency of their anti-corruption policies, on which there is still a long way to go.

Facing corruption: ranking 2018: how do we perceive the transparency of companies this year? IN. Expansion (No. 1244, November 1, 2018) 160 p. ISSN 0185-2728.

 

Special issue of the Expansión magazine, with the support of the philanthropic organizations: Mexican Transparency and Mexicans Against Corruption and Impunity. A tour of the main companies in the country to know the transparency of their anti-corruption policies, on which there is still a long way to go.

It was a bad year. No, less, like six / Fundar, Analysis and Research Center, A.C. México: FUNDAR, 2018. [89] p.

 

This is the third analysis and sexenal diagnostic exercise conducted by Fundar. In four thematic axes, it documents the great promises of Enrique Peña Nieto that, six years later, failed to materialize or were poorly implemented. Violations of Human Rights, corruption, inequality and marginalization of the most vulnerable groups, were the main characteristics of a government that left behind six very bad years.

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