Ortiz, Isabel et al. 2022. World Protests. A Study of Key Protest. Issues in the 21st Century. Cham: Palgrave Macmillan. 185 p. Eyal, Nadav. Revolt. 2021. The Worldwide Uprising Against Globalization. Londres: Picador. 515 p.
Keywords: social protest, neoliberalism, human rights, democracy, authoritarianism
During the last 20 years, social protest has played a relevant role in more than 100 countries. Most of these protests have been peaceful and have aimed to mobilize States to have more justice and access to issues that fall within the so-called second generation human rights (economic, social and cultural). Although there is a harsh response from authoritarian governments, the protest seems to have become a way of life for numerous social groups.
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Aguirre, Mariano. 2022. “Ortiz, Isabel Et Al. 2022. World Protests. A Study of Key Protest. Issues in the 21st Century. Cham: Palgrave Macmillan. 185 P. Eyal, Nadav. Revolt. 2021. The Worldwide Uprising Against Globalization. Londres: Picador. 515 P.”. Deusto Journal of Human Rights, no. 10 (December), 241-44. https://doi.org/10.18543/djhr.2614.
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