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Pages: 3464-3468
Publication year: 2011
ISBN: 978-84-615-3324-4
ISSN: 2340-1095

Conference name: 4th International Conference of Education, Research and Innovation
Dates: 14-16 November, 2011
Location: Madrid, Spain

NEW TECHNOLOGIES AND HUMAN RIGHTS: GLOBALIZATION AND DEVELOPMENT IN BRIC COUNTRIES

L.T. Díaz Müller

Universidad Nacional Autónoma de México (MEXICO)
This paper presents a research proposal, regarding: 1) Globalization and Technological Development in the frame of a New World; 2) The relationship between Human Rights (HR) and New Technology (NT) in underdeveloped countries, especially: biotechnology and genetics from a Bioethics point of view; 3) The concept of technological power of the countries of Brazil, Russia, India and China (BRIC) and how it entails in comparison to Mexico´s Development; 4) A study case: the Tijuana-San Diego-San Francisco.
The years 1945, 1998 and 2008, constitute historic landmarks that mark the transitions in the world. The evolution of the HR, has walked hand in hand with globalization, creating a budding relationship between Universal Justice and Development, matter that concerns humankind altogether: hostes humani generis. Here the role of civil society and governability take on notable interest.

In this context, emerged the Right to Development, with the end of the Second World War and especially with the United Nations Declaration of 1986, linking the growth and HR.

A different slant was the creation of the Economic Commission for Latin America and the Caribbean (ECLAC), who suggested reforms to improve economic status. The center-periphery scheme appears as a factor of regional dependency relationships. Science, Development and Law should constitute disciplines that narrowly overlap. Unfortunately, the link between them is historically located in different worlds.
In this sense, describes two levels of analysis of this phase of globalization is characterized by poverty and discrimination. First, the controversy of the NT as an instrument for violation of the HR. Second, technology policy and development within the context of Globalization.

Which have given way to a transitional model, via corporations, which allowed the emergence of an acute process of internationalization of the economy and other spheres of social life, arising with it, new players on the international scene: the emerging BRIC.

It´s a multi-polar global society, the world is dismantled, the nation state deteriorates, society becomes atomized, and the individual is disarmed before the strong winds of the modern Leviathan

Scenario highlights the need for solidarity rights.
The emergence of the BRIC countries brought with it a new game of world equilibriums. The stability of the globalized system is seen threatened by new flows of migratory workers in search of their identity, terrorism, and the war on drug trafficking.
Wallerstein expounds it in relation to the System-World. At the bottom, it is about a net of complex-systems that go from the local to the national to the global. What Saskia Sassen called the Society of Knowledge or Society of Information.
The thesis in question, may be see with clarity in the case study in the strategic area of Tijuana-San Francisco: migration flows from the strategic area.
NT emerge in the midst of these processes: in the transition of an Industrial Society to the Technological Society. Biotechnology, genetics, electronics, semi-conductors and the communication revolution show the way towards the Society of Knowledge.
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L.T. Díaz Müller (2011) NEW TECHNOLOGIES AND HUMAN RIGHTS: GLOBALIZATION AND DEVELOPMENT IN BRIC COUNTRIES, ICERI2011 Proceedings, pp. 3464-3468.
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