México, D.F. Fondo de las Naciones Unidas para la Infancia (UNICEF), 2013. First edition. Paperback. 110p., maps, tables, graphics, bibl., wrps. New. Item #185153
"Adolescentes indígenas en México" explores the experiences, rights, and identity formation of indigenous adolescents in contemporary Mexico. The work provides an overview of the conditions of life, educational trajectories, and labor participation of this sector of the population, rejecting a perspective that victimizes. From this complex portrait, with tensions and emerging dilemmas, the authors make a series of proposals that recognize indigenous adolescents, not as a "social problem", but as active subjects in the construction of a more just, inclusive, and sustainable society.