Arbitrariness and structural inequality

This activity of the Course introduces us to a crucial issue for the treatment of inequalities in our region: the perspective of the Law and its institutions. Here, Roberto Saba, an expert on Human Rights, an academician with a recognized career and a consultant to the CIPDH-UNESCO, presents a new conception of equality and critically analyzes the current paradigm.

Is it possible that the State is not arbitrary and that, nevertheless, it affects equality before the law? In this sense, Saba takes us into the subject of affirmative actions as a solution to this type of structural inequality.

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Inequalities in Latin America and the Caribbean: Research, Policy and Management for Social Transformations

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