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Cultural Shock and Social Policy: Indigenous urban families and the Oportunidades Program”, by Guillermo de la PeñaLeave a comment
April 23, 2014 by cfmsc
Watch Guillermo de la Peña’s talk and download his presentation.
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Guillermo de la Peña: “Cultural shock and social policy: indigenous urban families and the Oportunidades Program”Leave a comment
March 26, 2014 by cfmsc
We invite you to our next Mexican Monday on March 31st, where Guillermo de la Peña will speak about cultural shock and social policy. The Oportunidades Program in Mexico has been considered as the most ambitious and successful Conditioned Cash Transfer Program in Latin America. Its implementation with indigenous migrant families in cities raises important questions concerning intercultural relationships and interethnic / interracial hierarchies as well as the nature of the nation and citizenship.