In Mexico, FNF seeks to promote liberal ideas by fostering a market economy, the rule of law, and civic education. We work on topics such as innovation, digitization, and the open market because an innovative and open society can promote the global freedom of individuals. Development depends on the ability of people to cooperate voluntarily to transform their creativity into value for others. We work together with Mexican organizations and civil society to promote the rule of law and a stronger democracy in which human rights are defended, and where good governance is a priority.
What does FNF do in Mexico? We work on projects focused on a variety of themes including Market Economy, Rule of Law and Good Governance, Human Rights, Liberal Dialogue and Civic Education. Find out more about these focus areas here.
Is democracy in the hands of social media?
In our increasingly interconnected world, we are confronted with increasingly polarized societies. With this in mind, it is important to question how we consume content and how we shape our digital future in order to ensure that liberal and democratic values are promoted in all areas.
Covid and Democracy in Mexico
Mexico currently has the third highest Covid-19 death rate in the world. However, the crisis began before the pandemic. Mexico is on the path to authoritarian rule and the government is not even pretending that the virus is an excuse for it. Is Mexican democracy at risk?
Fake News and Hate Speech
Along with Article 19, we explore the topics: What is hate speech? What is fake news? How does it affect our society? Should we ban them?
Here we present short videos that help us understand how to identify the "fake news" and hate speech which are so prevent in the region and the best ways to combat them.
Free to Be - Articles to rethink your future
The event "Libre de Ser" was created as a space for more than 20 powerful female latin american voices, from diverse areas of society, where they shared their experiences, challenges they had faced and their achievements.
Women in Civil Society- Edna Jaime, Mexico
Edna Jaime is one of the most important figues in rule of law and accountability in Mexico. She is director of MExico Evalúa (Mexico Evaluateds) author and co-author of books, papers and laws relating to anti-corruption and regulation of power within the country. Here we hear more from her about her work.
Disinformation, propaganda, and “Fake News” have always existed. But what do we really know about the issue around the world, and should we be worried about the scale of it? Join us as we search for answers to these questions among others. Hear from people fighting the disinformation pandemic and learn how we can work together against "fake news" and disinformation!