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Tackling Child Poverty in Latin America: Rights and Social Protection in Unequal Societies

Tackling Child Poverty in Latin America: Rights and Social Protection in Unequal Societies

PUBLICATION: CROP book published by Ibidem Verlag, Stuttgart. Edited by Alberto Minujin, Mónica González Contró, Raúl Mercer. OPEN ACCESS

8 March 2017


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This book highlights current debates about concepts, methods, and policies related to poverty in Latin America. It focuses on child and adolescent well-being and the issue of inclusive societies. Its goal is to promote new and critical thinking about these issues globally and in Latin America.

The authors emphasize the need to develop new conceptual and practical avenues that can address the issues of poverty, marginalization, exclusion, and old and new inequalities in post-neoliberal times. The objective is to advance the rights of all children and adolescents in the region. This urgent book represents a unique opportunity for practitioners, policy makers, researchers, and students to get access to the most up-to-date perspectives on child poverty and inequality from a conceptual and practical point of view.

The book can be ordered from Columbia University Press


CHAPTER OVERVIEW

INTRODUCTION
Alberto Minujin, Mónica González Contró, and Raul Mercer

PART I

THE CONTEXTS OF CHILD POVERTY

STARTING AT THE BEGINNING: A SOCIAL EXCLUSION INDICATOR CENTERED ON THE MOTHER-CHILD DYAD FOR COLOMBIA
Ana María Osorio and Luis Fernando Aquado

CHILD POVERTY AND INEQUALITIES AT THE GEOGRAPHIC LEVEL: A SPATIAL ANALYSIS. MEXICO 2010
Héctor Nájera Catalán

FAMILY POVERTY, TEENAGE WORK, AND SCHOOL DESERTION. AN OVERVIEW OF A COMPLEX RELATIONSHIP BASED ON THE CASE OF LIMA (PERU)
Robin Cavagnoud

PRODUCTION AND REPRODUCTION OF CHILD POVERTY IN LATIN AMERICA. AN ANALYSIS CENTERED ON THE EDUCATIONAL DIMENSION
Jorge Paz

PART II

SOCIAL POLICY AND CHILD PROTECTION

HUMAN RIGHTS, HEGEMONY, AND UTOPIA IN LATIM AMERICA: INTERCULTURAL DIMENSIONS OF POVERTY AND INDIGENOUS MIGRATION IN MEXICO AS CASE STUDIES
Camilo Pérez Bustillo

CHILDREN RIGHTS: A FRAMEWORK FOR THE CONSTRUCTION OF SOCIAL POLICY AND FOR THE ERADICATION OF POVERTY IN LATIN AMERICA AND THE CARIBBEAN
Yedith Guillén Fernández

POVERTY AND CHILD POVERTY: ELEMENTS FOR THE DEBATE IN THE PREPARATION OF A SOCIAL PROTECTION POLICY IN HAITI
Jorge I. Vásquez

VULNERABLE CHILDHOODS AND SOCIAL PROTECTION SYSTEMS: CHILD ALLOWANCE IN ARGENTINA
Ianina Tuñón and Agustín Salvia

INTEGRAL PROTECTION OF CHILDHOOD THROUGH THE "CHILE GROWS WITH YOU" (CHILE CRECE CONTIGO, CHCC) SUBSYSTEM: ANALYSIS OF A POICY TO BREAK THE INTERGENERATIONAL CYCLE OF POVERTY AND INEQUALITY
Cristian Herrera, Alejandra Vives, Camila Carvallo, and Helia Molina

PART III

INEQUALITIES AND CARE POLICY

THE "WOMAN/MOTHER" AS THE ONLY RESPONSIBLE PARTY FOR CHILD POVERTY? CRITICAL ETHNOGRAPHY OF SOME HEALTH PROGRAMS AGAINST CHILD MALNOURISHMENT (LATIN AMERICAN EXAMPLES)
Charles-Édouard de Suremain

COMPARATIVE STUDY OF THE DAYCARE PROGRAMS IN MEXICO (2007-12)
Juan Antonio Vega Báez

DO EARLY CHILDHOOD POLICIES PERPETUATE THE HISTORICAL INEQUALITIES BETWEEN COLOMBIAN GIRLS AND BOYS?
Ma. Cristina Torrado, Ernesto Duran, and Tatiana Casanova

REFLECTIONS ON CHILD POVERTY, QUALITY OF LIFE, AND LOCAL PUBLIC POLICY
Nelson Antequera





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