MULHERES E MENINAS INDÍGENAS DESAPARECIDAS E ASSASSINADAS: Femicídio, Feminicídio e Genocídio no Contexto Canadense

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  • Paulina García-Del Moral Universidade de Guelph

DOI:

https://doi.org/10.26512/abyayala.v4i1.32197

Palavras-chave:

mulheres e meninas indígenas; genocídio; femicídio/feminicídio

Resumo

Apesar de enfatizar as semelhanças entre os feminicídios de Ciudad Juárez e os desaparecimentos e assassinatos de mulheres e meninas indígenas no Canadá (MMIWG, por suas siglas em inglês), as ativistas e acadêmicas indígenas não usam o conceito de feminicídio para enquadrar este tipo de violência. As acadêmicas usam o termo genocídio e as ativistas transnacionais o enquadram como discriminação interseccional e uma violação dos direitos humanos. Ambas perspectivas enfocam o colonialismo como eixo central.

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Biografia do Autor

Paulina García-Del Moral, Universidade de Guelph

Doctora en Sociología por la Universidad de Toronto, Canadá. Su investigación de examina la intersección de la ley, el género y el poder en los procesos transnacionales de búsqueda de justicia en México y Canadá. García trabaja en tres áreas empíricas principales: el impacto del activismo feminista transnacional en las respuestas estatales al asesinato de mujeres; los viajes transnacionales y la institucionalización legal de los conocimientos feministas; y cómo las decisiones de las instituciones supranacionales de derechos humanos sobre las políticas de los estados sobre violencia de género y derechos reproductivos configuran las políticas nacionales de pertenencia.

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García-Del Moral, Paulina. 2020. “MULHERES E MENINAS INDÍGENAS DESAPARECIDAS E ASSASSINADAS: Femicídio, Feminicídio E Genocídio No Contexto Canadense”. Abya-Yala: Revista Sobre Acesso à Justiça E Direitos Nas Américas 4 (1):95 a 130. https://doi.org/10.26512/abyayala.v4i1.32197.