Query : Equidad de género
- Adria Velia González Beltrones3
- Lya Yaneth Fuentes Vásquez3
- Alicia Sylvia Gijón Cruz2
- Ana Milena Montoya Ruiz2
- Andrés Hernández2
- Andrés Jiménez-Figueroa2
- Araya Umaña, Sandra2
- Camila Vollenwider2
- Cecilia Ivonne Narváez-Zurita2
- Jesús Miguel Maya Rodríguez2
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- A. Beatriz Pérez-González1
- Abrantes, Manuel1
- Abril Gordienko López1
- Acuña Martínez, Julio Alberto1
- Adelfa Dignora Alarcón Armenteros1
- Adriana Rosas Consuegra1
- Alba Margarita Aguinaga Barragán1
- Albuquerque, Anaquel Gonçalves1
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SDG 10: Reducing inequalities
Simone Cecchini, Senior Social Affairs Officer of the Social Development Division of the Economic Commission for Latin America and the Caribbean (ECLAC) spoke about SDG 10. Reducing inequality between and within countries requires an understanding of the social and economic processes that generate i...
Stay in subjects with mathematical content in last year’s students: analysing the results of schools in indigenous territories and Costa Rica’s Great Metropolitan Area
Summary This research uses the perspective of school effectiveness considering three factors: socio-demographic characteristics, attitudes towards mathematics and social beliefs around gender in mathematical contexts. The aim is to explore the predictive value of variables that could be associated w...
Stories and simulation games to work on social justice in science at the earliest ages
Social justice is an increasingly important reference in today’s world, where constant technological advances and global economic effects coexist with a growing social inequality gap. There is an urgent need to reconcile progress with social engagement. In the field of education, this concern should...
Local development and equity in Cuba. Tomo I
A pluralistic and inclusive approach to the areas of convergence and disorder between local development and equity in Cuba is at the heart of this work that is successful in shaping a national landscape on the subject. 21 articles, from different provinces of the country and from authors of differen...
Argentina’s social programmes over the last decade: a look at gender blindness: case study in a small national territory
This thesis aims to analyse Argentina’s social programmes to combat poverty over the last decade, focusing on the ‘Plan Jefas y heads de Hogar Unoccupied’, ‘Family programme for social inclusion’ and ‘Universal child allocation for social protection’. It should be made clear that it is women who are...
Agronegocio Conchero (Anadara tuberculosa): Socio-economic aspects, Archipelago de Jambelí
This article presents a study on the socio-economic part of agrongocio in the conchero sector of Comuna Costa Rica, with the aim of diagnosing the social and economic situation of the Prieta shell gatherers (Anadara tuberculosa). In this work, a survey was carried out of 44 gatherers from the Costa...
Pay factors and gender equity in institutions providing health services IPS: Case Villavicencio, Colombia
As part of the strengthening of human management of the IPS of Villavicencio in 2020, which seeks to contribute to organisational development, one of its sections seeks to identify pay elements and gender equity for those working in the sector. The study was carried out on the basis of a quantitativ...
The calmed voice of female masters in Latin America. Education from the invisibility
Among the possibilities of artistic education, it is important to highlight issues of social demand, especially the fight for equity and respect for minorities. Progress on gender and diversity is part of this socialising stream. The fight for human rights thus becomes a common place to implement cu...
Results of the survey: Archaeology and care and maintenance tasks during the COVID-19 pandemic in Argentina
Fil: Arislur, Selene. National Council for Scientific and Technical Research. CONICET Scientific Technological Centre — Tandil. Institute of Geography, History and Social Sciences. National University of the Centre of the Province of Buenos Aires. Institute of Geography, History and Social Sciences;...
The need to educate in a gender perspective
Summary This bibliographic review article looks at the gender issue developed by the Good Tomas University project entitled: I am you, you are all. We are live letters in motion: a gender perspective for children’s play rapprochement (Jiménez, 2018). In line with the educational and humanising missi...
Poverty, vulnerability and marginalisation: intersectional analysis of the 2008-2018 Cuban context
From a multidimensional, complex and contextualised perspective of inequalities, and a plurality of disciplinary and institutional references, this Collection analyses the main social inequalities and inequities existing in today’s Cuban society in different social groups — gender, skin colour, etha...
Containment, Repression, Control or Restriction?
the following document seeks to integrate a reflection on the standardised meanings that acquire certain concepts when introduced into school. In this case, we base ourselves on the research project ‘Docence and Gender Equity: a look at the day to day at school’, which began in 2006 and continues to...
Gender equity as a learning unit at university
This research describes an educational experience on the subject of gender equity, with a learning unit aimed at university students from various areas, in the online mode, over a six-month period. This first-time learning unit at university is a way to promote gender equality and combat the problem...
Bibliometric study from a gender perspective of the Review of Electoral Law of the Supreme Court of Elections in the period 2012-2019
While a high proportion of women have been reported in recent years at population and academic level, studies indicate that in the field of employment and scientific production there is gender inequality in productivity and the allocation of positions of power within research teams. This situation g...
Participation and gender: a possible coalition for sustainable urban development
This article is part of the initiatives to provide a more sustainable habitat and a better quality of life for human settlements; mainly with the aim of incorporating new approaches and contributing to more equal and equitable urban development for the inhabitants of cities, in particular those of t...
Affirmative actions as mechanisms claiming gender parity in inclusive political participation: Ecuador, Bolivia, Costa Rica and Colombia
cThis article addresses the issue of affirmative actions as a mechanism to equate social inequalities, as well as real participation in democratic spaces for disadvantaged groups. Affirmative action has played a very important role in broadening the spaces for political participation by women, indig...
Gender, equity and peace in Guatemala, 1996-2015
Objective: the study outlines state initiatives in favour of women resulting from the Peace Accords in Guatemala; in addition, some of the weaknesses identified and the structural aspects that adversely affect their implementation and results should be highlighted analytically.Originality/contributi...
UASLP school enrolment: Changes in the gender composition
In 2015, the National Network of Gender Equality in Higher Education Institutions agreed to establish gender mainstreaming and institutionalisation, a context relevant for the purpose of this article to analyse the composition of the school enrolment at the level of university degree at the Autonomo...
Social movements from the perspective of women and indigenous peoples. An analysis of the case-law of the Colombian Constitutional Court
The struggles of the indigenous peoples of Latin America for their ancestral rights, as well as the demands made by women on equality and material equality between men and women, have had a significant impact on crucial issues such as political participation in decision-making that affect them, requ...
International landscape of women’s human rights: a look from Colombia
Gender studies give an insight into the living conditions of women who sometimes fall short of the rights recognised in both international and internal standards. Gender equity and women’s human rights are a source of constant debate, questioning the ability to provide effective protection for women...
Attitudes in children and adults on gender stereotypes in children’s toys
Work shows how new generations learn and reproduce behavioural patterns in their family, social, school and especially media environments through the game. This study involves 400 children between three and seven years old and 200 university students, and an analysis of the fun preferences and preju...
ArchaeTypes, Me Too, Time’s Up and the representation of diverse women on TV
The feminist movements Me Too and Time’s Up have shown the power of the audiovisual industry and social media to denounce sexual harassment and promote gender equity. However, women in the media — and specifically in TV — are still under-represented and stereotyped. Therefore, as Time’s Up points ou...
The Islamic alternative to hegemonic policies of ‘gender equity’
The problem of raising part of a criticism of the official conception of gender equality in Mexico, which became more powerful during the last decade of the 20th century by encouraging a feminist movement with Eurocentric characteristics, and at the same time by a neoliberal ideology created by inte...
Challenges FOR HOMBRES
This article poses the social and cultural challenges of a gender equity policy from the point of view of men. Points out that the purpose of equity agreements is a complex challenge to take on, as it involves moving forward with a process of cultural and institutional transformation. Supported by f...
Políticas públicas con perspectiva de género en preescolar. La invisibilidad de las masculinidades en la infancia / Public Policies with a Gender Perspective in Preschool. Invisibility of Masculinities in Childhood
El presente trabajo es un estudio tendiente a evaluar la implementación de la perspectiva de género en el nivel preescolar en la ciudad de Puerto Vallarta, México. Específicamente el interés central estaba puesto en relación a cómo abordaban las falsas concepciones de las masculinidades en la infanc...