Mexican National Journalism Prize

The Citizen’s Council of the National Journalism Award 2021 in Mexico recognised nine journalistic works among 1,015 entries from 31 states, most of which address the issue of the disappearance of people and the struggle of the mothers of victims. In the Reporting category, “Traficantes de ADN” (DNA Traffickers) was awarded, by Wendy Selene Pérez

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DNA traffickers


This is a chronicle of how people profit from pain in a country that doubled the official number of disappeared in three years; a story of opaque agreements and private laboratories that seek to do business and of an incapable and corrupt State that opens the door for them. Paula Mónaco Felipe, Wendy Selene Pérez

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La Guatemorfosis


Metallic bags glitter outside every kiosk in Guatemala. In a country where child malnutrition coexists with malnutrition, transnational corporations seduce

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About Me
Freelance journalist. Writer, producer, researcher. He publishes in media such as The New York Times, Gatopardo, La Jornada. He was a correspondent for teleSUR and El Telégrafo. Founder and editor of Bocado.lat. She wrote the book Ayotzinapa, eternal hours and is the co-author of Let’s talk about your wall and Words like blows, like bullets. In cinema he investigated for VIVOS, directed by Ai Wei Wei (along with Daniela Rea and John Gibler), Los dias de Ayotzinapa (Netflix) and Blood in the wall (National Geographic / Junger Quested). Also in After the war (teleSUR / Muzungu) and she produces fiction for director Andrea Bussmann.



Opening cracks

Through four stories of survivors and family members of victims of grave human rights violations, we show the continuum of decades of violence in which the Mexican State has failed to guarantee the rights of victims. In a country with

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eternal hours