"Uncertainty. Anguish. Censorship and self-censorship. Job instability. Lack of protection from the State. But, above all, what Mexican journalists who are threatened and forced to leave their place of residence suffer is fear. This is revealed in the report 'The fear is still there. Critical journalism in displacement and resistance,' by the Mexican civil association Aluna Acompañamiento Sicosocial and sponsored by the German organization Bread for the World. The document analyzes one more of the multiple ramifications of violence in Mexico, which for years, since the war against drug trafficking started by former president Felipe Calderón, has become the most dangerous country in which to practice journalism".