The Challenge of the Cultural Diversity in Mexico Through the Official Recognition of Legal Pluralism
Keywords:Interlegality, Multiculturality, Legal Pluralism, Indigenous Human Rights, Mayan Law
AbstractThis article explains the factual situation of the recognition of Legal Pluralism in Mexico, the way it has been handled out in a formal way and how Diversity has become a challenge in Mexico. Cultural rights are in a process of discovery and recognition, and have been focus as a way to restrict indigenous rights’ instead of a broad way that can fit all indigenous people with respect and consideration to the national legal order.
How to Cite
Israel Herrera, J. (2015). The Challenge of the Cultural Diversity in Mexico Through the Official Recognition of Legal Pluralism. The Age of Human Rights Journal, (4), 60–80. Retrieved from https://revistaselectronicas.ujaen.es/index.php/TAHRJ/article/view/2313