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Alma Beltran Y Puga

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Alma Beltran y Puga is a Mexican human rights lawyer and graduate student at Columbia University. She is part of a team of students working in the Human Rights Clinic of Columbia Law School in the case of the femicides of Ciudad Juarez. The Clinic will submit an amicus brief on international human rights standards to the Inter-American Court of Human Rights next month.

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Brave Mothers Seek Justice for Disappeared Daughters in Ciudad Juárez, Mexico The petition of three young women murdered in Ciudad Juarez has reached the Inter-American Court of Human Rights. The Court will have a hearing the 28th of April. This a case that can set a precedent in women's right in Latin America to end violence against women. Read why.