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Sunday, August 06, 2006 

The Plight of the Un-documented

Early this month an alliance between IDB, UNICEF and OAS was forged to provide best practices about citizens’ rights in their exposures to equality and opportunities in the economic, political and social spheres for Latin-America and the Caribbean (LAC).

What is interesting about this project, which is part of the IDB’s “Building Opportunity for the Majority Initiative”, is its comprehensive approach to fight social exclusion by addressing head on the problematique in the lights of citizenship rights to engage full participation, and access to services. Quite an interesting outlook, specifically if we take into account, the issues liaised with development planning and indigenous people and their access to rights.

By engaging this collaborative framework will help to broaden capacities in order to link the analysis of exclusion with the different concepts that come closer to the sociological, and historical components that construct and feed on codes for exclusions.

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