The Maquiladora Health and Safety Support Network: Case Study of Public Health Without Borders
Emily Merideth and Garret Brown take an expansive view of who constitutes the public in their model for social change. In their case study of public health without borders Merideth and Brown describe a growing cross-border solidarity movement composed of U. S. and Mexican unions environmental organizations and social justice groups public health professionals researchers and public policy centers which shares a common goal of safer workplaces cleaner communities and just and sustainable development on both sides of the border.
economic zones, special; occupational health and safety; workers’ rights; union organizing; company unions; labor movement — Mexico
Citation: Social Justice Vol. 22, No. 4 (1995): 85-88