Geographies of Culture, Rights & Power:
Indigenous & Gendered Human Rights in Guatemala
May 3-26, 2004
The first week was co-facilitated by Grahame Russell of Rights Action. The following summary of our first week is written by Grahame:
It is increasingly obvious that a global and historical perspective is needed to understand the structural injustices against the majority population in a place like Guatemala—a "national" perspective is not sufficient. What is also needed is an activist vision and agenda aimed at building global alliances—people to people - to end local-to-global injustices ... One world, one solution.
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