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Federal Court Recognizes “Despicable” US Experiment Infecting Innocent Guatemalan People With Syphilis Violates International Law

Between 1946 and 1948 the United States government conducted a series of research experiments using more than 5,000 un-consenting Guatemalan people as human test subjects.
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Evidence from Latin America: How Investing in Education Can Decrease Social Violence

Mauricio Rivera and Bárbara Zárate-Tenorio argue that democratic governments have incentives to advance human capital since the youth population is overrepresented in acts of social violence. Drawing on data from eighteen Latin American countries, they show that governments increase spending on education in response to increasing levels of social violence. They also find that political ideology plays a role in shaping the government’s strategies to combat violence, with left-wing executives investing more in education than right-wing ones. These and other soft strategies can outperform heavy-handed security policies that not only hinder human rights and the quality of democracy, but also have tended to fail in reducing crime and violence.
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COEMH Fellows - Updates from the Field

The Center of Expertise on Migration and Health (COEMH), administered in part by the UCLA Blum Center, is one of the first multidisciplinary, university-based program in the world devoted to systematically studying the health consequences of international population movements and developing more effective strategies to address them.
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El Centro Blum de UCLA sobre la pobreza y la salud en América Latina analiza los factores clave que influyen en la pobreza y los determinantes sociales de la salud, incluyendo: las prácticas y políticas, acción comunitaria, la justicia social, los derechos humanos, la raza, el origen étnico, nivel socioeconómico, religión, gobierno extranjero políticas y más. En estas páginas, encontrará información sobre El Centro Blum de UCLA:
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