This book’s main purpose is to analyze the design and implementation of the Training and Employment support program and the Inclusive Medical Office from a national and municipal state perspective by taking into consideration the way in which trans and “travestis” are constructed by these policies, and how this population made them their own and signified them in Moron’s municipality between 2013 and 2015.
This project’s premise is that there were no national policies aimed for trans and “travesti” population as intervention subjects until the implementation of the Training and Employment support program and the Inclusive Medical Office. Given this, the analysis will take into consideration what type of social policies were designed at local and national basis in order to comprehend not only the chosen type of design and the consequences they carry, but also the kind of subject defined by these policies. All of this will serve the purpose of understanding if the trans and “travestis” who participated in these social policies in Moron’s municipality validated the Training and Employment support program and the Inclusive Medical Office as policies that granted them access to health and job security and, most importantly, if “travestis” and trans recognize themselves as subjects of fundamental rights after their transit through these policies.
Keywords: social policies-trans and “travestis”- subjects of fundamental rights versus beneficiary subjects- targeting versus universalization