About Me: Hi! I'm mexican and I'm preparing a PhD in Law and Human Rights in France and Spain. I live in Paris. I work in a research about Women poverty and human rights. I'm very intersted in this subjects and also in the women's movements to survival and social movements in general.

My Areas of Expertise: human rights, poverty, women's rights, social movements, non discrimination, feminizarion of poverty, critical theory, feminism, social rights

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