Mexico: the most dangerous country to be a journalist
9 May 2012
Donnacha DeLong, president of the National Union of Journalists, has reviewed CAFOD's photography exhibition, "The Silenced: Fighting for Press Freedom in Mexico".
'The Silenced' is a growing group of journalists and media professionals who have been killed for reporting the reality of the country's drugs cartels and their power networks, or have been caught in the cross-fire of drug violence. The exhibition will mark the courage and determination of 'The Silenced' and those who continue to fight to tell the truth about the Latin American drug cartels, despite the risks.
Read the rest of the review on Left Foot Forward.
The exhibition runs from 3-13 May, 2012 at The Guardian, Kings Place, 90 York Way, London N1 9GU.
Read Jeremy Dear's article "Stay Silent Down Mexico Way" in the Feb/March edition of the Journalist.