Neoliberalism and the Current Crisis in Mexico:
Indigenous and Campesino Movements Respond
Ottawa, November 27, 2009.
A Seminar with Andrés Barreda, held at Carleton University on November 27th, 2009; presented by the Department of Sociology and Anthropology and the Institute of Political Economy in collaboration with CSRC.
Professor Andrés Barreda is the General Coordinator of the Centre for Social Analysis, Information and Popular Training (CASIFOP) in Mexico City. He holds full-time tenure at the Universidad Nacional Autonoma de Mexico (UNAM) (National Autonomous University of Mexico), in the Faculty of Economics and Critical Geopolitics. He has participated in several research projects, in collaboration with social movements, indigenous and workers organizations, as well as several research centres within the UNAM, and with other academic institutions. He is also a board member of the Ottawa-based International ETC group (Action Group on Erosion, Technology and Concentration).