Mexico and Central America have become two of the most dangerous places in the world for journalists – more than 100 journalists have been killed or disappeared in the region since 2004. Hundreds more have been censored, threatened, and forced into exile. The high-quality journalism produced in this dangerous situation reaches an extremely limited audience, however, yet on-the-ground reporting offers both valuable information and a crucial human perspective on drug war violence.

The Trans-Border Freedom of Expression Project coordinates the translation and dissemination of the work of these at-risk journalists, ensuring that the most important investigative reporting from Mexico and Central America is not silenced or censored, and that its authors are no longer unknown to an international audience.

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