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La frontera sur de México – Guatemala ha sido históricamente un espacio de migraciones, derivado de una realidad de frontera impuesta desde el siglo XIX, que dividió en muchos sentidos las dinámicas propias de la región. Hablamos de una frontera con relaciones particulares y de intercambios...

This study looks at gender insecurity and violence against women focusing on two poor localities in Ahmedabad: Bombay Hotel, an informal commercial subdivision; and public housing sites at Vatwa on the city's periphery used for resettling slum dwellers displaced by urban projects. Unsafe...

The country's climate vulnerability is closely tied to its aridity and high level of water scarcity. The government has identified six key sectors as particularly vulnerable: water and wetlands; agriculture; sea level rise, the coastal zone and fisheries; tourism; health; and disaster risk...

Expansion in the private security industry in South Africa occurred due the vacuum created by withdrawal of police from key functions. The evolution of this phenomenon must be carefully considered, owing to the interdependence between state and non-state security service providers inherent in...

In many settings, the dedication of healthcare workers (HCWs) to the treatment of tuberculosis exposes them to serious risks. Current
ethical considerations related to tuberculosis prevention in HCWs involve the threat posed by comorbidities, issues of power and
space, the...

The research aims to advance knowledge in international cooperation by exploring the experiences of civil society organizations, nongovernmental organizations (NGOs), and related stakeholder groups in British Columbia's (BC) small cities and towns- how local organizations consider their work in...

In this dissertation, I focus on the migration of Zimbabweans to South Africa and on their living conditions after they settled there. I cover the years from 2000 to 2010. This migration is important to study for several reasons. The departure of Zimbabweans during those years was extraordinary...

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