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Shouldering the burden: how free trade affected the livelihoods of women in Mexico
The case of working women in Mexico calls for an examination of trade law from a gendered human rights perspective in order to analyze the distribution of its benefits among different groups. Ultimately, this report aims to understand the intersection between trade, human rights, and women by looking through the lens of women who work in the maquiladora sector of Mexico.