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Françoise Barten ;Desafíos 2011, 23 1

Author: Luz Cristina Barajas S.

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Desafíos ISSN: 0124-4035 revistadesafios.urosario@gmail.com Universidad del Rosario Colombia Barajas S., Luz Cristina; Barten, Françoise A Grey Area of Rights and Knowledge: Displacement in Colombia, South-South Migration and Health Equity Desafíos, vol.
23, núm.
1, enero-junio, 2011, pp.
145-174 Universidad del Rosario Bogotá, Colombia Available in: http:--www.redalyc.org-articulo.oa?id=359633169005 How to cite Complete issue More information about this article Journals homepage in redalyc.org Scientific Information System Network of Scientific Journals from Latin America, the Caribbean, Spain and Portugal Non-profit academic project, developed under the open access initiative A Grey Area of Rights and Knowledge: Displacement in Colombia, South-South Migration and Health Equity Luz Cristina Barajas s.* Françoise Barten** Artículo recibido: 22 de marzo de 2011 Artículo aprobado: 12 de abril de 2011 Para citar este artículo: Barajas, Cristina y Barten, Françoise (2011).
A grey area of rights and knowledge: Displacement in Colombia, south – south healt equity.
Desafíos 23 I, pp.
145-174. Abstract Globalization and liberalization of the economies have produced among others drastic effects on the human mobility, generating confusion, enhancing discrimination and a lack of respect to the rights of several migrant collectives.
In this article we analyse several challenges for the study of these phenomena, based on the case of the neglected health rights of Colombian women, who have been forced to displace by the country’s internal con ict, and are thus pushed to cross the border to Ecuador. * Luz Cristina Barajas Sandoval.
Anthropologist, MSc.
Rural Development.
Researcher Universidad Central, Facultad Ciencias Sociales Humanidades y Arte, Bogotá.
PhD candidate Radboud University, The Netherlands.
cbarajass@ucentral.edu.co ** Dr.
Françoise Barten M.D.
MSc.
M.PH, PhD.
Senior researcher and coordinator Nijmegen Urban Health Group at Radboud Univers...





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