A (des)constituição dos direitos humanitários no processo imigratório de venezuelanos ao Brasil
The (un)constitution of humanitarian rights in the migratory process of Venezuelans to Brazil
Palavras-chave:Venezuelan immigrants, construction of identity, human rights, metaconstitutional.
The socioeconomic, political, humanitarian, and migratory crisis that Venezuela has suffered since the end of Hugo Chávez's government and that still remains in the current government of Nicolás Maduro, has reverberated in a direct way in maintaining its people’s lives. The fall in GDP and domestic per capita income, which occurred between the years 2015 to 2018, have been the biggest crisis faced by Venezuela. The search for improvement in essential aspects of life maintenance such as: better working conditions and income influences the migration of the needy population, which seeks survival and dignity. Basic human rights issues such as health, food, education, and housing end up being neglected. In response to this demand, this article aims to reflect on the concepts of identity construction and knowledge and how they differ attitudes that may limit access to fundamental, metaconstitutional humanitarian rights that are among the Venezuelan citizens in a new territory.
Copyright (c) 2023 Carlos Alberto Leite da Silva, Débora Rafaela Nunes (Autor)
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