INDIGENOUS CHILDREN: ECONOMY TO SOW PEACE In this period we have been training indigenous children from different communities in knowledge of their rights not only to education, to health, not to be mistreated by the adults around them, but also in the rights of women. Indigenous women have traditionally supported their families with their jobs, but a patriarchal culture has denied them autonomous management of the money they earn. That has been changing and there are many young women who, as a result of the pandemic, began to create small economic companies challenging machismo.
If we educate children in the economic rights of women, we will be taking great steps to transform the authoritarian culture in force in the coming years. If these children actively participate in small businesses created by their mothers, by their sisters, they are not only sowing peace but also helping to build a more humane economy, more in solidarity with the weak, with the excluded, an economy with a childish gaze. Más información sobre este texto de origenPara obtener más información sobre la traducción, se necesita el texto de origen Enviar comentarios Paneles laterales
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