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Migrants, Kidnapping and Serious Violations of Human Rights in Mexico
|Event Start Date||Thursday, September 25, 2014|
Joan B. Kroc Institute for Peace and Justice G
|Event Start Time||3:30 pm - 5:00 pm|
Please join us for a research presentation from Itzé Coronel Salomón. Ms. Coronel joined TBI this summer as a post-graduate intern conducting research on kidnapping of Central American migrants in Mexico for forced labors by drug cartels as a new trend in contemporary slavery. As part of her internship, she will offer a public presentation of the work she has done while with TBI.
Migrants, kidnapping and serious violations of human rights in Mexico
The Trans-Border Institute (TBI) at the Joan B. Kroc School of Peace Studies welcomed three specialized research practitioners for post-graduate internships this summer. Interns were asked to present a research proposal complementing one of the following five activity nodes of TBI:
During their time here, interns at TBI receive structured training in our research methods; contribute to our ongoing research projects; and gain valuable mentoring and review of their own research projects from the TBI director and staff.
|Contact||Martha Garcia | email@example.com | (619) 260-4148|