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Revista eleuthera

versión impresa ISSN 2011-4532

Resumen

BURGOS-SILVA, José Germán  y  SANCHEZ-VARGAS, Juan David. SOCIAL MOVEMENTS AND INTERNATIONAL LAW: PROGRESS AND CHALLENGES. Rev. eleuthera [online]. 2018, vol.18, pp.95-110. ISSN 2011-4532.  http://dx.doi.org/10.17151/eleu.2018.18.6.

Objective.

The purpose of this article is to gather a set of theoretical entries of international law alternative to the dominant entries, which are focused only on the participation of States and international organizations in the building of international standards.

Methodology.

Based on a documentary analysis, the pattern in which the relationship between international law and social movements has taken place is examined.

Results.

As a result, a general framework to understand in which terms that relationship has been explored was obtained.

Conclusions.

It concludes with the advances that have been developed in this relationship, and with the major challenges for the academy in order to construct a theoretical framework of the international law of social movements.

Palabras clave : international law; international law from below; social movements; critical perspectives of international law.

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