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Promoting nuanced analysis and creative insights

The Mexico Violence Resource Project provides information, analysis, research, and resources for understanding violence and organized crime in Mexico. This collaborative effort gives policymakers, journalists, and scholars the tools to develop deeper understandings and smarter solutions.


Latest Perspectives


October 7, 2020

Violence Against Journalists

A resource brief discussing insights on the factors that put journalists at risk in Mexico.

October 14, 2020

Culiacan Revisited

An examination of the events of October 17, in collaboration with Revista Espejo and the Noria Mexico and Central America Program.

October 21, 2020

"The Dead Have a Story"

An interview with Vania Pigeonutt examining the complicated nature of violence in Guerrero, and the challenges of telling the story.

November 4, 2020

From Nota Roja to News Blackouts

An interview with Javier Garza exploring the history of journalism and crime in La Laguna.

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