- border studies
- human rights
- human security
- U.S.-Mexico border
UTEP STRATEGIC AREAS
- Cross-cutting: U.S.-Mexico and Latin America: Social and Behavioral Issues
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Routine Border Crossing and Ports of Entry - Annotated Bibliography
Sept 13, 2016
Port traffic, inspections, policies, economics, social effects, education, health, pollution/environment.
53 entries, most with detailed annotations
Significant representation of UTEP researchers, offering a useful way to identify topical research contacts.
Human Values Literature Review
Marlene Flores, MA student, Latin American and Border Studies
Table of Contents
1. Introduction 1
2. Human Rights 1
3. Human Development 3
4. Human Security 3
5. Well-being 4
6. Social Justice 5
7. Limitations 6
The U.S. - Mexico Border 8
8. Human rights at the Border 8
9. Human Development at the Border 10
10. Human Security at the Border 11
11. Social Justice at the Border 14
A survey of NGOs working on human rights and human security at the U.S.-Mexico border, in April 2016 (note the time specificity of the information). The survey asked them to identify research/knowledge needs, so this can be useful for community-engaged research. Key overall themes are identified, as well as transcripts of raw responses. This represents community voices, and not the policy position(s) of the Center for Interamerican and Border Studies or UTEP.
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