- Date and time
2012.06.21, 7:00 PM
directed by Paul Bocking, produced by Tabacalera Films.
Featuring a panel discussion with the director and film participants after the screening.
The standard story about NAFTA is that it took jobs from Canadian and American workers and sent them to Mexico. But free trade's impact on Mexico has proved to be even worse for Mexican workers, their families, and their communities. In the centenary of the Mexican Revolution, we travelled to Mexico to speak with community leaders, factory workers, educators, union activists, and advocates for migrant justice to explore how Mexico has been affected by neoliberal policies and economics, and to examine the grassroots social movements that seek to promote social justice across borders.
Winner of the 2012 Documentary Bronze Palm Award, Mexico International Film Festival
- Economic sectors
Agriculture and horticulture workers
- Content types
Policy analysis and Documented cases of abuse
- Target groups
(Im)migrants workers, Policymakers, Journalists, Public awareness, Unions, and NGOs/community groups/solidarity networks
- Regulation domains
Labour standards, Access to permanent status, Determination fair wages and labour shortage, and Right to equality (national origin)
- Geographical focuses