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Social inequalities II
by Mr. Roque Estévez
In my last article I wrote about social inequalities, inequalities that each day are widening not because people don’t want to prepare, but because they are limiting all their activities due to the economic crisis that the governments of our countries have created in the last 20 years or so…
Unfair character and the costs that induce in employment affairs creates serious doubts in its efficiency. With economic growing, mankind runs the risk of losing a great amount of unredeemable resources that earlier or later will affect human living not to mention animals and vegetables. The loss of important water fountains, the pollution to which we are exposed are ingredients summed to the lack of many employs caused by the use of technologic means that replace human labor. We must look for a balance between technologic advances and the qualified human labor apt to work with new technology, so we can assure peaceful living and the environment protection.
Superior education should elaborate plans and politics of development that assume as goal the analysis of the contextual reality within educative reality constitutes a fundamental element in the diagnostic that should be taken into account when designing strategies that overtake actual situation.
Education has been considered by experts and international organisms as UNESCO, PNUD and others as a development sector. Its actions of services to society as well as the assemble of activities that tend to ancestral damages and exhausts us. Today, they acquire much more importance than ever.
It is elevating the levels of quality of the critical, creative and participative process of assimilation of cultural experience that society can take the way of eradicating poorness, intolerance, violence, illiteracy, hunger, damages to the environment and sicknesses; barriers that stop the implementation of politics that make sure the national independent development.
To establish an educational system of universal covering, democratic and participative with integral offers, the use of means and adequate strategies, life levels and fair work for teachers constitutes the first step toward elaborating politics and plans of development.
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