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Graciela

Graciela has dedicated her life to searching for missing persons in Mexico, seeking to generate citizens’ mechanisms that provide access to truth and identity and, consequently, to memory and justice in a peaceful way. As a founding member of the project Forensic Citizen Science, Graciela seeks to strengthen the collection of evidence of disappeared persons. This project has established the National Citizen Registry of Disappeared Persons, which analyzes disappearances independently and researches possible patterns around this phenomenon.

One of Shelter City's goals is to broaden our guests' networks. Do you think you could help Graciela with her work? Contact us, and we will get in touch! Keep in mind, this guest is no longer staying with us in Amsterdam, but we would be happy to forward your message so you can get in touch with her. 

 

WORLD TALKS: THE PERSONAL EXPERIENCE OF GRACIELA PÉREZ RODRÍGUEZ 

In August 2012, Graciela her daughter, three nephews and oldest brother disappeared. Since that day, she has been searching. During her search, Graciela met numerous other families with missing family members. She founded the project Forensic Citizen Science in which she seeks to strengthen the collection of evidence of disappeared persons.

 

 

 

WORLD TALKS: GRACIELA PÉREZ RODRÍGUEZ 

Graciela Pérez Rodríguez talks about her work as a Human Rights Activist in Mexico 

 

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