De la injusticia a los derechos: momentos en la construcción de identidad de defensores de derechos humanos. El caso de México

@inproceedings{Ansolabehere2017DeLI,
  title={De la injusticia a los derechos: momentos en la construcci{\'o}n de identidad de defensores de derechos humanos. El caso de M{\'e}xico},
  author={Karina Ansolabehere and Lu{\'i}s Daniel V{\'a}zquez Valencia},
  year={2017}
}
How people who have not been victims of human rights violations become human rights defenders? This paper studies the process of identity construction among human rights defenders in Mexico. The process has three traits: the formation of initial intuitions about justice that makes them reject situations of social inequality and abuse of authority; a breaking point that leads them to devote to human rights defense as a way of life; and a consolidation process as human rights activists. 
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