Dorothy Grace Guerrero

Dorothy Grace Guerrero is a policy and advocacy team manager for the UK-based Global Justice Now.

Articles by this author

"Despite their contributions to British society as workers, many migrants are made to feel unwanted, viewed with suspicion, exploited and discriminated against." (Public Domain) Views
Monday, April 30, 2018
Colonialism, Borders and Justice Should Be in Our Conversation About Migration
Despite the end of historical colonialism - brought about by successful struggles for independence and liberation by former colonial territories in the South and their establishment of post-colonial governments - the nature of North-South relations did not entirely change. In many cases, the...
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Friday, June 02, 2017
Trump, the Paris Agreement and the Breakdown of Multilateralism
Withdrawing from the UN Paris Climate Accord is one of more than a hundred electoral campaign promises that Donald Trump made. By delivering on that promise, the US now joined Nicaragua and Syria, the only countries that did not sign the agreement. Nicaragua did not sign due to indifference or...
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