Latin America

Roma: How Alfonso Cuarón’s movie is spurring Mexico to treat domestic workers more fairly

2019 Film Independent Spirit Awards - Show - Santa Monica, California, U.S., February 23, 2019 - Alfonso Cuaron of Mexico, director of the film "Roma," heads to the stage to accept the Best International Film award. REUTERS/Mario Anzuoni - HP1EF2N1T59TY

Mexico was the first country to enshrine labour protection in its constitution. Image: REUTERS/Mario Anzuoni

Karina Patricio Ferreira Lima
Doctoral Researcher in Law, Durham University
Arely Cruz-Santiago Arely Cruz-Santiago
ESRC Postdoctoral Research Fellow in Geography, Durham University
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