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Inclusive innovation and sustainable development in affordable habitat

From the linear intervention model to Social Technological Systems

Facundo Picabea

English abstract: In the last thirty years, Latin America has seen a significant growth in a set of approaches, schools of thought and social movements, which posit that is impossible to effect a transformation in the region without processes focused on inclusion and democracy. Recent analyses on some of these trends reveal the existence of linear and deterministic assumptions in the various models used to address the issue. From the analytical dimension to the regulatory, this work puts forward an inclusive and participatory development model. Unlike technological systems based on income maximization, private appropriation and benefit restriction, Social Technological Systems represent a systemic strategic vision: new development paths, new ways of thinking about problems and socio-technical solutions, and new ways of exercising democracy.

Spanish abstract: En los últimos treinta años, América Latina ha visto crecer significativamente un conjunto de enfoques, corrientes y movimientos sociales que sostienen la imposibilidad de transformar la región si no es a través de procesos que valoricen la inclusión y la democracia. Recientes análisis sobre algunas de estas corrientes ponen en evidencia la continuidad de supuestos lineales y deterministas. De la dimensión analítica a la regulatoria, este trabajo propone un modelo de desarrollo inclusivo y participativo. Frente a los sistemas tecnológicos basados en la maximización de la renta, la apropiación privada y la restricción de los beneficios, los Sistemas Tecnológicos Sociales responden a una visión estratégica sistémica: nuevos senderos de desarrollo, nuevas formas de concebir problemas y soluciones socio-técnicas, nuevas formas de ejercer la democracia.

French abstract: Durant les trente dernières années, l’Amérique latine a connu la croissance significative d’un ensemble d’approches, d’écoles de pensée et de mouvements sociaux qui revendiquent l’impossibilité d’une transformation dans la région sans processus inclusifs et démocratiques. Des analyses récentes de certaines de ces tendances révèlent l’existence de suppositions linéaires et déterministes dans les modèles utilisés. Partant d’une dimension analytique vers une perspective règlementaire, ce travail revendique un modèle de développement inclusif et participatif. A la différence des systèmes technologiques fondés sur la maximisation des revenus, l’appropriation privée et la restriction des bénéfices, les Systèmes Sociaux Technologiques représentent une vision systémique stratégique : des voies et des manières nouvelles pour penser les problèmes et les solutions sociotechniques et des formes novatrices d’exercice démocratique.

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Civil Society and Urban Agriculture in Europe

Mary P. Corcoran and Joëlle Salomon Cavin

illuminate the factors that promote or limit UA’s potential, particularly in relation to social inclusion, citizen empowerment, and systems transformation. By focusing on the real practices taking place in the civil society sector, such as those outlined in

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From Urban Agriculture to Urban Food

Food System Analysis Based on Interaction Between Research, Policy, and Society

Heidrun Moschitz, Jan Landert, Christian Schader, and Rebekka Frick

total of about 250 citizens are involved. The functions and services provided by these garden types go beyond mere recreational purposes to social inclusion, community building, education, and self-provisioning with fresh food. Many of them show a high

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Damaging Environments

Land, Settler Colonialism, and Security for Indigenous Peoples

Wilfrid Greaves

). Values such as juridical equality, pluralism, social inclusion, and minority rights are central to the “type” of state that identifies as a “democracy,” so acknowledging claims that the state itself—in pursuing or protecting the rights, interests, and

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Victoria C. Ramenzoni and David Yoskowitz

of Well-Being: Americans’ Perceptions of Life Quality . Berlin : Springer Science and Business Media . Atkinson , Tony , Bea Cantillon , Eric Marlier , and Brian Nolan . 2002 . Social Indicators: The EU and Social Inclusion . Oxford

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Women and development in Vietnam

Caught between social tradition and economic globalization

Khuat Thu Hong

founded the Institute for Social Development Studies (ISDS), a Hanoi-based NGO. Since then I have been working as Director of ISDS. ISDS focuses on two broad areas: (a) gender and sexuality; and (b) social inclusion of under-privileged populations. Each

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Improving and protecting human rights

A reflection of the quality of education for migrant and marginalized Roma children in Europe

Silvia-Maria Chireac and Anna Devis Arbona

Europe: The right of free access to education In several member states, the Roma encounter barriers to social inclusion, regarding the systematic discrimination in education, employment, health, housing, and other social services. It is reasonable to

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Sordera y el cuarto objetivo del desarrollo sostenible (ODS4)

Propuesta de un proyecto de RED para la educación bilingüe de los sordos bajo el marco europeo

Itzel Moreno Vite and María del Pilar Fernández-Viader

http://www.jalisco.gob.mx Cedillo , V.J. ( 2004 ). Háblame a los ojos . Barcelona : Octaedro . CEPAL . ( 2007 ). Cohesión social: Inclusión y sentido de pertenencia en América Latina y Caribe . Descargado de http

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Sandra Häbel

that only 10% of the ODA budget in 2014 was spent on normative dimensions. On the contrary, 43% of Spain's ODA to Vietnam was allocated to the gender in development and social inclusion sector, 48% to economic growth and fight against poverty, and 9% to

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Sébastien Dubé

characteristics for this analysis. First, as Manuel Balán and Françoise Montambeault have recently claimed, central to this left turn were its “promises of social inclusion and the expansion of citizenship rights” and its commitment “to improve the living