Groups Associated with the Chiapas Project
Women of Corn in Resistance [in Spanish only]
General statement – www.mujeresdemaiz.com/espanol/proyecto_cont.html
Groups – www.mujeresdemaiz.com/espanol/yajalon.html
Correspondence – firstname.lastname@example.org
U.S.-Mexico Solidarity Network
Concern America: an international development and refugee aid organization
Esperanza Community Housing Corporation
Mercado La Paloma www.mercadolapaloma.com
Groups within Chiapas
Center of Economic and Political Investigations of Community Action (CIEPAC, A.C.)
www.ciepac.org [in English and Spanish]
Publications – www.ciepac.org/publicaciones/public.html
Research and analysis on the economic, social, and military situation in Chiapas in its national and international context (founded in 1998).
Social and Economic Development for the Indigenous of Mexico (DESMI)
Correspondence – email@example.com
Jorge Santiago, Director. DESMI has worked for over 30 years with 240 indigenous communities throughout the state of Chiapas.
“The Solidarity Economy” (from Si Uno Come, Que Todos Coman, by Alma Cecilia Omana and Jorge Santiago Santiago): www.globalexchange.org/countries/mexico/ppp/desmi.html
The Civilian Link (Enlace Civil)
www.enlacecivil.org.mx/ [in Spanish]
Works directly with indigenous communities in resistance through educational and agricultural projects, as well as providing national and international observation in communities.
The Chiapas Media Project
www.promedios.org/eng/index.html [in English]
This includes a list of videos available in English subtitles.
Human Rights Center: Fray Bartolome de Las Casa, A.C.
Promotes and defends human rights, giving priority to victims who find themselves marginalized as a result of their poverty (founded in 1989 by the bishop of Chiapas, Don Samuel Ruiz Garcia).
Information and Documents about Chiapas and the Zapatistas
Chiapas Independent Media Center
www.chiapas.mediaindependiente.org/ [in Spanish and English]
ZNet Chiapas Watch – translated writings of the EZLN, analysis of the conflict and of connections with other struggles.
Chiapas and the Zapatista Rebellion: documents, communiqués and images from 1994 to the present. [in English] www.flag.blackened.net/revolt/mexico.html
EZLN communiqués [in English]