#ENDIMPUNITY: Justice in crimes against Latin American journalists demands long fight

To mark the International Day to End Impunity for Crimes against Journalists, which is celebrated every Nov. 2, LatAm Journalism Review (LJR) is highlighting four cases of journalists from Latin America and the Caribbean that, for the most part, remain unpunished.

We spoke with journalists who were attacked, relatives of those who were murdered because of their work, and organizations who are fighting for cases to be investigated and prosecuted.

These are the cases of Pedro Palma in Brazil, Gabriel Hernández in Honduras, Moisés Sánchez Cerezo in Mexico and Claudia Duque in Colombia.

We ask that you read and watch their stories, and share them on social media with the hashtag #EndImpunity.

EndImpunity for Pedro Palma

Read more about Pedro Palma's case here.

EndImpunity for Gabriel Hernandez

Read more about Gabriel Hernández's case here.

EndImpunity for Moisés Sánchez

Read more about Moisés Sánchez's case here.


EndImpunity for Claudia Duque

Read more about Claudia Duque's case here.


PROJECT EDITING: Teresa Mioli and Summer Harlow

REPORTING AND WRITING: Silvia Higuera and Carolina de Assis