Posts Tagged: transnational

Swanson, Kate and Torres, Rebecca (2016) “Child Migration and Transnationalized Violence in the Americas,” Journal of Latin American Geography 15(3): 23-48.

The article focuses on how the migration outbreak derives from transnational state policies and practices which pose negative effects on the lives of migrant children. The research highlights the historical component of the problem: structural violence and normalized violence. Structural

Swanson, Kate and Torres, Rebecca (2016) “Child Migration and Transnationalized Violence in the Americas,” Journal of Latin American Geography 15(3): 23-48.

The article focuses on how the migration outbreak derives from transnational state policies and practices which pose negative effects on the lives of migrant children. The research highlights the historical component of the problem: structural violence and normalized violence. Structural

Labor Rights Following CAFTA-DR

Since the enactment of free trade agreements such as NAFTA and CAFTA-DR, there have been numerous accounts of labor violations in addition to a heavy presence of child labor in the member states of Central and Latin America. The U.S

Labor Rights Following CAFTA-DR

Since the enactment of free trade agreements such as NAFTA and CAFTA-DR, there have been numerous accounts of labor violations in addition to a heavy presence of child labor in the member states of Central and Latin America. The U.S

Munoz, Alejandro. “Transnational and Domestic Processes in the Definition of Human Rights Policies in Mexico.” Human Rights Quarterly 31:1 (2009): 35-58.

The author delves into the recent implementation of human rights policies in Mexico. Following years of egregious human rights abuses plaguing the country throughout the 20th century, starting in the 1990 Mexico began a gradual process of human rights reform.

Munoz, Alejandro. “Transnational and Domestic Processes in the Definition of Human Rights Policies in Mexico.” Human Rights Quarterly 31:1 (2009): 35-58.

The author delves into the recent implementation of human rights policies in Mexico. Following years of egregious human rights abuses plaguing the country throughout the 20th century, starting in the 1990 Mexico began a gradual process of human rights reform.

Kelley, Patrick William. “On the Poverty and Possibility of Human Rights in Latin American History.” Humanity: An International Journal of Human Rights, Humanitarianism, and Development 5:3 (2014): 435-451.

Annotation: This author makes the argument that the history of human rights in Latin America is in its infantile stages, and can best be interpreted as an intersectional discipline that has its largest wealth of information when studied at a

Kelley, Patrick William. “On the Poverty and Possibility of Human Rights in Latin American History.” Humanity: An International Journal of Human Rights, Humanitarianism, and Development 5:3 (2014): 435-451.

Annotation: This author makes the argument that the history of human rights in Latin America is in its infantile stages, and can best be interpreted as an intersectional discipline that has its largest wealth of information when studied at a