The sustainable development goals (sdg 2030) have demonstrated the need to strengthen and protect the rights of the migrant population, which is why in 111 of the 17 goals they propose an inclusive principle that seeks the management of a ( ) safe migration , orderly and regular, which implies full respect for human rights and the humane treatment of migrants affected by their immigration status, refugees and displaced persons. (pisani, 2019). regarding sdg no. 22, zero hunger, the goals proposed by the objective are perfectly compatible with the guarantee of the rights of the population in a condition of migration. given this perspective, it is necessary to seek the protection not only of the security of migrants but also have a decent life that allows them to live well - without hunger or malnutrition3 -, forcing the united states to ensure the protection of migrants , to ensure the protection of the right to food. taking into account the above, this research project seeks to solve the following question: what are the elements for the implementation of a public policy to guarantee the right to food in migration contexts in colombia, mexico and chile
Establish the elements for the implementation of a public policy to guarantee the right to food in migration contexts in colombia, mexico and chile
International presentation (1). book chapter (1). undergraduate student training (4). the project proposes the construction of a public food security policy in a migratory context that guarantees the right to food in colombia, mexico and chile.
|Effective start/end date||2/05/19 → 2/10/19|