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Convergencia

On-line version ISSN 2448-5799Print version ISSN 1405-1435

Abstract

FUENTES-REYES, Gabriela  and  ORTIZ-RAMIREZ, Luis Raúl. Central American migrant passing through Mexico: a revision on their social condition from the perspective of Human Rights. Convergencia [online]. 2012, vol.19, n.58, pp.157-182. ISSN 2448-5799.

On this work we propose a study on migration, beginning with the revision of the social condition of these Central American emigrants while passing through Mexico, while the violations to their human rights are exposed. This previous idea is developed under the base that even though, migration is not a recent fact, it is a social phenomenon with several transformations in the national policies, as well as, in the reconfiguration of Mexican society. This is the reason why, before this phenomenon dynamic, we propose a different vision that allows the consolidation of this culture of respect to human rights, as well as, an adjustment of the legal framework in order to achieve the highest effectiveness of the regulation, accepting it not only in the paper, but also as a reality that guarantees the legal framework the well being of individuals above some illegal conducts contrary to their human rights, encouraging a combination of acceptance and tolerance to allow harmonic social coexistence.

Keywords : migration; human rights; discrimination; social space; migratory policy.

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