Schlagwort: Lateinamerika

Sexuelle und Reproduktive Rechte als global ’neu entdeckte’ Menschen- und Minderheitenrechte. Teil 3

Abstract [en]: Sexual and Reproductive Rights developed since the 1980s on a global level as increasingly inclusive concept. Finally, they got the status of human rights. But at the same time, they have and had the character of minority rights, e.g. they protect minority sexual identities. But as far as...

/ 28. Februar 2019

Entwicklung der deutsch-lateinamerikanischen Wirtschaftsbeziehungen

Abstract [en]: Since 2004, Latin America's gross domestic product (GDP) increased at an above average pace. This has also led to intensified economic relations between Germany and Latin America. In particular, foreign direct investments (FDI) developed positively. In 2004, Latin America hold a share of 2.0% in total German outward...

Gentrifizierung und ‚Recht auf Stadt’ in Salvador de Bahía

Abstract [en]: After the boom of tourism beginning in the 1960s, people regarded the historic Old Town of Brazil's metropolis Salvador de Bahía as an ideal means for making massive profits. The following redevelopment measures led to a boom as desired but at the expense of the local society from...

/ 10. November 2016

Gendergerechtigkeit in Nicaragua

Abstract [en]: Today's situation of women's rights projects in the civil society of Nicaragua is expansive and well structured. They fight continuously against the huge rates of femicides and other forms of sexual and gender based violence. They target quotidian expression ways of structural and gender discriminating violence. These NGOs...

/ 10. März 2016

Der Zika-Virus in Lateinamerika – Die Gefährdung fragiler Strukturen, top-down policies und begrenzte Handlungsspielräume

Abstract [en] A virus spreads in Latin America and concerns the world – the Zika-virus. But behind are more than health challenges. Also questions how to interact with civil society and how paternalistic states in such a context react, have to be asked. Abstract [de] Ein Virus grassiert in Lateinamerika...

/ 25. Februar 2016

Venezolanische Kommunalpolitik im polarisierten Kontext

Abstract [en]: Since the beginning of the Bolivarian Revolution in Venezuela the government has being trying to empower the communal and lowest political level. This process is insignificantly related to decentralization. After the Fourth Republic, Chávez´ administration implemented a clientelistic and discriminatory policy highly connected with the communes. This development...

/ 17. Februar 2016