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‘All for one’: The women supporting the political careers of other women in Mexico

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‘All for one’: The women supporting the political careers of other women in Mexico

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At first, they thought they would be the ones preparing themselves for political positions in Mexico: “a feminist party,” they mused. But then, they realized that wasn’t their purpose. They came to the conclusion that, although they care deeply about the way politics are done in their country, they didn’t personally want to step into those roles.

At first, they thought they would be the ones preparing themselves for political positions in Mexico: “a feminist party,” they mused. But then, they realized that wasn’t their purpose. They came to the conclusion that, although they care deeply about the way politics are done in their country, they didn’t personally want to step into those roles.

Pro take: How have women risen to the top of Mexican politics?

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December 5, 2023

Pro take: How have women risen to the top of Mexican politics?

You might have been surprised when the news broke that Mexico — a country historically known for chauvinism — is on the path to elect a woman as president in 2024.

You might have been surprised when the news broke that Mexico — a country historically known for chauvinism — is on the path to elect a woman as president in 2024.

Mexico will soon elect its first female president – but that landmark masks an uneven march toward women’s rights

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November 13, 2023

Mexico will soon elect its first female president – but that landmark masks an uneven march toward women’s rights

Mexico will elect its first female president in 2024, barring any surprises between now and the June vote.

Mexico will elect its first female president in 2024, barring any surprises between now and the June vote.

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Mexico: female-led presidential race cements decades of action

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Mexico: female-led presidential race cements decades of action

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Nearly 40 years ago, two young women were studying traditionally male-dominated science subjects at Mexico’s public National Autonomous University.

Nearly 40 years ago, two young women were studying traditionally male-dominated science subjects at Mexico’s public National Autonomous University.

Mexico set to elect first female president after years of gender equality legislation

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October 3, 2023

Mexico set to elect first female president after years of gender equality legislation

Mexico's top two political parties selected female presidential nominees, virtually ensuring that the nation's next leader will be a woman.

Mexico's top two political parties selected female presidential nominees, virtually ensuring that the nation's next leader will be a woman.

The history of women in Mexican politics

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September 28, 2023

The history of women in Mexican politics

Though there had been earlier stirrings for Mexican women’s right to vote, the immediate spark for suffrage in Mexico was struck by the Revolution of 1910.

Though there had been earlier stirrings for Mexican women’s right to vote, the immediate spark for suffrage in Mexico was struck by the Revolution of 1910.

Opinion: macho Mexico will soon elect a female president as women’s role in politics increases

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September 27, 2023

Opinion: macho Mexico will soon elect a female president as women’s role in politics increases

Mexico will most probably elect a woman president nine months from now.

Mexico will most probably elect a woman president nine months from now.

LatAm in focus: how women won political parity in Mexico—and what comes next

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September 15, 2023

LatAm in focus: how women won political parity in Mexico—and what comes next

September 6 was a groundbreaking day for Mexico. It’s not just because that’s when governing Morena coalition announced that a woman—former Mexico City Mayor Claudia Sheinbaum—would be its presidential contender.

September 6 was a groundbreaking day for Mexico. It’s not just because that’s when governing Morena coalition announced that a woman—former Mexico City Mayor Claudia Sheinbaum—would be its presidential contender.

What Mexico’s first female president might mean for the ‘femicide nation’

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September 13, 2023

What Mexico’s first female president might mean for the ‘femicide nation’

Barring any surprises, Mexico will elect its first ever female president next year.

Barring any surprises, Mexico will elect its first ever female president next year.