Caught between Universal Standards and Local Contexts: York as a Human Rights City and the Search for Human Rights Alternatives
Marynka’s research examines the tensions between universal aspirations of human rights and local context and priorities. She hopes to contribute to a better understanding of the role human rights cities play in addressing the crisis facing human rights that resulted from globalization. Marynka will also explore the ways in which human rights at city level resist not just globalization but elements of human rights itself. She is based at the University of York’s Centre for Applied Human Rights and the Department of Politics.
MA in Applied Human Rights (University of York)
BA (Hons) in Psychology (Texas Tech University)
Marquez, M., Gready, P., Jackson, E. & Parisi, P. (2021) Supporting a human rights-based approach to co-production in York after the Covid-19 pandemic (Policy brief No. 2). York: CAHR
Parisi, P. & Marquez, M. (2021) Co-Produced Responses to the COVID-19 Pandemic in the City of York, Relations Between NGOs/Civil Society and States in Times of COVID-19: An Interdisciplinary Workshop. University of Haifa.
GTA in What Is Politics? 2021