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CMI Insight | May 2015
Land has always been an important site of struggle in Mexico, often bringing peasant movements and peasant communities into conflicts with the Mexican ...
Journal Article | Jun 2016
This article explores the effects of the ambiguous recognition of indigenous or “customary” law in Mexico on the struggle of indigenous women ...
CMI Working Paper | Sep 2015
This CMI Working Paper focuses on the relationship between the military, civilian governments and civilian populations in Mexico. It highlights key dynamics ...
Civil-military relations, security politics, war on drugs, Mexico
Report in External Series | Jan 2003
This paper explores the impact of vertical specialization on world trade within the framework of the O-ring theory of production. Within such a framework ...
Asia: China., Americas: Mexico
U4 Brief | Oct 2007
The United Nations Convention against Corruption (UNCAC), adopted in Merida, Mexico in 2003, represents a remarkable achievement for international anti-corruption ...
Book | Jan 2005
Los Fundamentos Legales de la Desigualdad. El Constitucionalismo en America (1776-1860) Roberto Gar
Constitutions, Americas: Argentina, Chile, Ecuador, Mexico, Peru, USA, Venezuela
Event | 13 May 2008
Indigenous responses to multicultural state reform in Guatemala and Mexico. Professor Rachel Sieder analyzes indigenous peoples' efforts to articulate alternative visions of government, law and justice.
Edited Book | Jun 2017
Across Latin America, indigenous women are organizing to challenge racial, gender, and class discrimination through the courts. Collectively, by engaging ...
News | 1 Jul 2011
Visual anthropologist Carlos Y. Flores talks about "collaborative video and shared anthropology", showing clips from "K'ixba'l" (Shame, Guatemala, 2010), his latest film from Guatemala.
Event | 23 Apr 2009
Dr. Carlos Flores is the author of El Estado en Crisis: Crimen Organizado y Politicas (The State in Crisis: Organized Crime and Politics) and several articles about the evolution of drug trafficking in Mexico and the impact on state legitimacy and democracy.
CMI Report | Jan 2004
Coffee is one of the most important Third World export commodities, and 70% of the producers are small-scale farmers. Coffee producers are often poor ...
Fair Trade, Coffee, Co-operatives, Developing countries, Case studies, Mexico, Americas: Mexico
Book | Sep 2010
The long revolutionary movements that gave birth to constitutional democracies in the Americas were founded on egalitarian constitutional ideals. They ...
United States, Argentina, Bolivia, Colombia, Chile, Ecuador, Mexico, Peru, Uruguay, Venezuela
Event | 17 Feb 2010
To what extent can complex legal plurality favour or disadvantage women and gendered rights claims within different cultural contexts?
Mexico, Bolivia, Guatemala, Malawi, Mozambique, Sudan
Open data for transparency and accountability in health service delivery: What's new in the digital age?
U4 Issue | Aug 2018
Open data platforms have a great unexplored potential. Publicly available health data can make service delivery more transparent and accountable. Experience ...
Event | 30 Sep 2013
Paola Bergallo and Rachel Sieder in conversation with Åse Gilje Østensen.
Event | 20 Oct 2008
Drugs and illicit trafficking has caused an upsurge of violence in large parts of Latin America threatening human security, the economies of the region and state legitimacy. This seminar explores the linkages between illicit trafficking, the spiralling violence and the state in Latin America.
Bolvia, Guatemala, Colombia, Mexico
Project | Jul 2014 - Jun 2017
The project analyses the strategic use of rights and law in battles over abortion rights in Latin America – and the various effects of this lawfare ...
Abortion, lawfare, legal mobilization, right to life, right to health, religion, transnational activist networks, Argentina, Brazil, Colombia, Mexico, Peru, El Salvador
News | 30 Mar 2012
Economic compensation to families who let their children go to school is the best way to reduce child labour.
Event | 22 Sep 2014
Michael Alvarez in conversation with David and Ruth Collier
Associated Senior Researcher
Political scientist whose research interests straddles politics, legal anthropology, and legal sociology.
indigenous rights, human rights, legal pluralities, judicialization of politics, institutional reform, legal globalization, Mexico, Guatemala