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Differences between the Principle and Practice


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This work analyses the gaps between the principle and the practice of human rights, using the study case of indigenous women in Mexico. The point of departure is international jurisprudence; here failures in human rights mainstream to encompass indigenous women''s experiences are highlighted; since indigenous women are not accurately portrayed as right holders. The role of indigenous peoples'' and women''s human rights instruments is crucial for the analysis. The obstacles for effective implementation of indigenous women''s human rights at State, local and municipal levels are discussed. Mexican public policies are revised; the argument sustained is that these policies are inaccurate to tackle indigenous women''s issues. The role of NGOs and grassroots groups'' is also stressed. It is argued that indigenous women are setting their human rights claims in alliance with indigenous peoples'' movements to profit of the momentum they have at the national and international arenas. Lastly, this work enhances potential contributions to human rights jurisprudence and develops a proposal of creating an indigenous women''s movement to improve particular concerns.

Product Specifications
SKU :COC16369
AuthorPaola Gómez
Number of Pages80
Publishing Year7/27/2010
Edition1 st
Book TypeLaw
Country of ManufactureIndia
Product BrandLAP LAMBERT Academic Publishing
Product Packaging InfoBox
In The Box1 Piece
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