What are the limits of human rights language? To what point can it be used as a tool
for critical analysis?
The collection of texts gathered in this volume offers a rich panorama of situations to put these questions to the test. The scenarios documented here reflect a global trend: the concentration of resources and agrarian production in favor of a sole crop model: industrial monoculture. The diverse articles serve to identify ways in which this global trend specifically manifests itself in the different countries discussed. At the same time, they also have the merit of applying use of human rights language to critically evaluate these situations.
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