Memorias del Taller: Mujer Centroamericana, Violencia y Guerra, IV Encuentro Feminista Latinoamericano y del Caribe, Taxco, Guerrero, México, 1987

TitleMemorias del Taller: Mujer Centroamericana, Violencia y Guerra, IV Encuentro Feminista Latinoamericano y del Caribe, Taxco, Guerrero, México, 1987
Publication TypeBook
Year of Publication1988
Series EditorLimón, Lilia Monroy, Adriana Arroyo, and Ena Gilda Melg N.
Number of Pages162
PublisherComité Feminista de Solidaridad con las Mujeres Centroamericanas
CityMexico
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Accounts of the Workshop: Central American Women, Violence, and War from the Fourth Latin American and Caribbean Feminist Meeting, Taxco, Mexico, October 1987

Since 1981, Latin American and Caribbean women’s organizations have hosted regional and national feminist meetings to discuss and support feminist movements across Latin America. Discussion topics at these conferences ranged from lesbianism to prostitution and from racism to economic justice. This document focuses on one workshop that took place at the Fourth Latin American and Caribbean Feminist Meeting in Taxco, Mexico. Costa Rica, El Salvador, Guatemala, Honduras, and Nicaragua are the nations of interest for this particular workshop. Topics included the actual situation in Costa Rica, the position of Salvadoran women in the labor market, and the revolutionary movement in Guatemala. This document provided what, in other proceedings, would be considered country reports for these five Central American nations.

Translated TitleProceedings of the Central American Woman, Violence and War Workshop: IV Latin American and Caribbean Feminist Meeting, Taxco, Guerrero, Mexico, 1987, Costa Rica / El Salvador / Guatemala / Honduras / Nicaragua
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