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Tipo de material : bachelorThesis
Título : Tutela jurídica para las y los trabajadores sexuales en Ecuador. Propuesta de elementos jurídicos que debe contener un proyecto de ley
Autor : Castillo Muñoz, María Augusta
Tutor : Fiallo Monedero, Liliam
Palabras clave : DERECHO CONSTITUCIONAL;TRABAJADORES SEXUALES;REGULACIÓN JUDICIAL
Fecha de publicación : 2015
Editorial : Quito: Universidad de las Américas, 2015.
Citación : Castillo Muñoz, María Augusta (2015). Tutela jurídica para las y los trabajadores sexuales en Ecuador. Propuesta de elementos jurídicos que debe contener un proyecto de ley. Facultad de Derecho y Ciencias Sociales. UDLA. Quito. 114p.
Resumen : The political view in Ecuador has changed significantly since the two thousand eight Constitution. This Legal framework is the fundamental policy that amended the denomination of the State determining the Ecuadorian Constitutional Republic of rights. The Ecuadorian constitution is one of the more advance legal framework worldwide, in regards to rights. Within this policy, the right to work stands out; which guarantees, and demands a number of innovations in a wide area of application. Since work can be perform on many activities, such as in the case of sex work; a type of work considered a taboo in the Ecuadorian society, and because of this is characterized by aspects such as the exploitation and inequality among people who are engaged in this type of activity. Herby is the importance of promoting innovative measures to protect the needs of those working in this area and ensure their right to work. Likewise is very appropriate to compare with the laws of other countries in the region, in order to know and use the legal tools that Latin American countries possess for this purpose.
Descripción : The political view in Ecuador has changed significantly since the two thousand eight Constitution. This Legal framework is the fundamental policy that amended the denomination of the State determining the Ecuadorian Constitutional Republic of rights. The Ecuadorian constitution is one of the more advance legal framework worldwide consecration of rights is concerned. Within these policy the right to work stands out; which guarantees, and demands a number of innovations in a wide area of application. Since the work can be performed on many activities, such as in the case of sex work, a type of work considered a taboo in the Ecuadorian society, and because of this is characterized by aspects such as the exploitation and inequality among people who are engaged in this type of activity. Here is the importance of promoting innovative measures to protect the needs of those working in this area and ensure their right to work. Likewise is very appropriate to compare with the laws of other countries in the region, in order to know and use the legal tools that Latin American countries possess for this purpose.
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