El Desarrollo como Derecho Humano
AbstractFace to that kind of globalization, providing financial and human capital drain toward most priviledged social sectors and the richest, most powerful countries, humane and sustainable development link to other model of globalization not reduced to a mere commercial exchange. This would also implies respect, protection and promotion for the ensemble of Human Rights, for all groups and individuals, specially for most vulnerable and unpriviledged ones. Therefore, it is necessary that the current capital and human resource flow be invested in favour of poorer and less priviledged social sectors and underdeveloped countries. As well, basic needs fulfilling should be given preference over the external debt reimbursement, in the assignation of budget resources. putting forward, in case appropriate, the state of need or force majeure, toward to suspend such a payment.
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Volume (Year): (2008)
Issue (Month): 6 (Spring)
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Development; globalization; human rights;
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