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Festival of Ideas: Lydia Cacho and Anabel Hernández

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Lydia Cacho and Anabel Hernández
The Sorrows of Mexico
Sat 27 May 2017, 11:00-12:00
At-Bristol
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£4 PARTNER RATE is for staff, students or members at the following organisation: Arts Council England, Bristol City Council, Business West, University of Bristol and UWE.

Over the last twelve years Mexico has become the epicentre of the international drug trade, and more than one hundred journalists have been killed or have disappeared while investigating corruption and criminality. There now are vast areas of the country from which no-one dares to report – and, without a free press, there can be no democracy.

Renowned journalists Lydia Cacho and Anabel Hernández lay bare the issues which afflict Mexico, exploring the depth and range of corruption and violence in the country.

Please note that you will be asked of proof for your eligibility of a Partner Rate or concession ticket. Concessions apply to Full Time Students, Job Seekers Allowance, Incapacity Benefit claimants, over 60s and disabled people. The Partner Rate is for staff, students or members at the following organisation: Arts Council England, Bristol City Council, Business West, University of Bristol and UWE. Please note that no refunds/exchanges are possible for tickets already purchased at the higher price.

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