America Latina, Derechos Humanos e interculturalidad: para una perspectiva emancipadora

Latin America is a continent that historically has suffered with cultural politics, since colonization era. Many politics have been implemented in the region which has made with minoritarian groups, as indigenous people, were been excluded of political and juridical scenario. Nevertheless, in the la...

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Main Author: Burckhart, Thiago Rafael
Format: Article
Language:Spanish
Published: 2015
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Online Access:https://dialnet.unirioja.es/servlet/oaiart?codigo=5456400
Source:Derecho y Cambio Social, ISSN 2224-4131, Año 12, Nº. 42, 2015
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Summary: Latin America is a continent that historically has suffered with cultural politics, since colonization era. Many politics have been implemented in the region which has made with minoritarian groups, as indigenous people, were been excluded of political and juridical scenario. Nevertheless, in the last years, Latin America has brought innovations in terms of recognition of identities and cultures, in a political and juridical movement that has been known as "new Latin American constitutionalism", bringing to political and juridical debate the interculturalism as a possibility to manage pluralism and dialog among cultures. This article aims to analyse this recognition process, since the approach of critical theory of Latin America and Human Rights