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Relative rights: women, migrants. Sandra Borda, Valeria Luiselli and Joseph Zárate in conversation with Diego Rabasa

Cartagena 2020 , 

Sandra Borda (Colombia) has a doctorate in Politics from the University of Minnesota and did post-doctoral studies in Foreign Policy at the University of Groningen. She is the author of ¿Por qué somos tan parroquiales?, which examines the foreign relations of Colombia from the creation of the republic to the present day. The writer Valeria Luiselli (Mexico), was first confronted with the problem of migration working as a translator at the Immigration Court of New York, and she considers the matter in her book Los niños perdidos, about the way the US immigration system deals with migrant children. Joseph Zárate (Peru) is a journalist and author of the award-winning non-fiction book Guerras del interior (winner, among other awards, of the 2016 Ortega y Gasset Prize). These guests will examine forms of violence that are different, but still so common. They will talk to Diego Rabasa.

Relative rights: women, migrants. Sandra Borda, Valeria Luiselli and Joseph Zárate in conversation with Diego Rabasa