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Mexico: Risks at Border for Those With Disabilities

Expand Asylum seekers rest at a migrant shelter run by the federal government in Ciudad Juarez, Mexico.  © 2019 Reuters/Jose Luis Gonzalez (Ciudad Juárez) – Asylum seekers with disabilities waiting in Ciudad Juárez, Mexico for their United States asylum applications to be processed face obstacles to getting basic services, Human Rights Watch said today. Mexico’s government should identify and ensure services for people with disabilities and chronic health conditions. Human Rights Watch research in Ciudad Juárez – a city across the border from El Paso, Texas – found that the Mexican government…

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