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Destroy all humans remake

reconciliation and participation examples

At present, there is an offer of transportation in buses, convi, cabs and trucks that pick up groups of people and drop them off at specific points, evading the scarce police controls. It is frequent that what is agreed upon is not fulfilled and the transporters abandon them in different points of the desert, forcing them to walk for hours and under extremely difficult conditions. It should be remembered that Colchane is at 4,000 meters above sea level, with extremely dry conditions and temperatures that oscillate between 0º and 18º during these months. The development of human smuggling networks is very likely. Most of the drivers and facilitators are in any case people who see transport as a job opportunity, responding to an emerging demand. There are those who bring migrants from Bolivia to Colchane, and others who take them from Colchane to Huara or other northern towns.

The government hastened to indicate that the reasons for the increase since October were due to a “call” effect, produced after the parliamentary debate on the Migration Law bill, which would have generated a sort of “expectation of income”. But the truth is that the reasons are far removed from the legislative discussion. The increase of crossing through unauthorized crossings and the greater risks that these families run is due to a policy of closure implemented by the government itself through measures that promised a more orderly migration, but that have made border crossing a nightmare full of risks, costs and insecurities. All this was deepened by the health crisis and border closures.

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world catastrophe 2021

When I woke up I could hear gunshots; people screaming and running to each other. People hiding. The shots sounded like they were pin, pin, pin and they were killing people. People were saying don’t kill him, don’t kill him, don’t kill him, don’t kill him. That went on for a long time and we were hiding down there. We could hear them leaving and we went upstairs to sleep1.

Once up there were the paracos and down there were the guerrillas. In the river there was one who left the guerrillas for the police and they caught him right there and killed him down there. In the plaza the guerrillas were making a massacre. They went down by the river and the guerrillas went by the cemetery and two days later they were shot3.

The day the guerrillas took the town the shooting lasted two days. The civic police and the army were there. The guerrillas came in from all sides. The shooting lasted a long time. There were many dead. At that time the guerrillas had many caves underneath. Thanks to a boy who worked on the farm who belonged to the guerrillas, he helped us. He took us through the caves for a long time. My mother carried a bag of food already prepared, with water. We got in there and saved ourselves. Since it was pure stubble, people didn’t notice us. They covered us with something.

widespread migration catastrophes

Criminal violence, mostly related to drug trafficking, as well as its inevitable consequences, including the presence of federal forces in various regions of the country, have unleashed a phenomenon in which corruption and economic slowdown also play a role. This phenomenon, that of internally displaced persons, is rigorously analyzed in these pages by researchers Laura Rubio and Brenda Pérez. Through fieldwork and systematic monitoring, the stories of human and patrimonial loss, indolence and vulnerability, for which there are still no exact methods of measurement, are exposed in these pages.

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Although internal displacement in Colombia, Mexico and the Northern Triangle has obvious differences, for example, the main cause in Colombia is the armed conflict, in the process of pacification in this country there have been serious problems in disarming, reintegrating and rehabilitating combatant groups. Lacking job opportunities and social acceptance, many ex-combatants have joined criminal gangs whose practices of extortion, kidnapping, violence and eviction against Colombian society resemble those carried out by criminal groups and gangs in Mexico and the Northern Triangle. Likewise, the transnational networks of some drug cartels also lead humanitarian organizations and academics to begin to speak of the phenomenon as one that is present throughout Mesoamerica, despite its differences. Doing so helps us to think about the need for regional cooperation to create hemispheric measures to counteract the effects of violence and forced displacement.

why forgiveness and reconciliation are important

Criminal violence, mostly related to drug trafficking, as well as its inevitable consequences, including the presence of federal forces in various regions of the country, have unleashed a phenomenon in which corruption and economic slowdown also play a role. This phenomenon, that of internally displaced persons, is rigorously analyzed in these pages by researchers Laura Rubio and Brenda Pérez. Through fieldwork and systematic monitoring, the stories of human and patrimonial loss, indolence and vulnerability, for which there are still no exact methods of measurement, are exposed in these pages.

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Although internal displacement in Colombia, Mexico and the Northern Triangle has obvious differences, for example, the main cause in Colombia is the armed conflict, in the process of pacification in this country there have been serious problems in disarming, reintegrating and rehabilitating combatant groups. Lacking job opportunities and social acceptance, many ex-combatants have joined criminal gangs whose practices of extortion, kidnapping, violence and eviction against Colombian society resemble those carried out by criminal groups and gangs in Mexico and the Northern Triangle. Likewise, the transnational networks of some drug cartels also lead humanitarian organizations and academics to begin to speak of the phenomenon as one that is present throughout Mesoamerica, despite its differences. Doing so helps us to think about the need for regional cooperation to create hemispheric measures to counteract the effects of violence and forced displacement.