Resiliencia comunitaria en zonas rurales. Aliada para la sostenibilidad

Global changes arise to society as a whole. However, the vitality and sustainability of certain geographical spaces have been particularly adversely affected. In rural areas, even survival has been at stake. To reduce the risks and vulnerabilities that occur in these contexts, a comprehensive, c...

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Main Authors: López Carlassare, Ana Laura, Palma García, María de las Olas
Format: Article
Language:Spanish
Published: 2021
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Online Access:https://dialnet.unirioja.es/servlet/oaiart?codigo=8732353
Source:WPS Review International on Sustainable Housing and Urban Renewal: RI-SHUR, ISSN 2387-1768, Nº. 11-12, 2021-2022, pags. 22-30
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Summary: Global changes arise to society as a whole. However, the vitality and sustainability of certain geographical spaces have been particularly adversely affected. In rural areas, even survival has been at stake. To reduce the risks and vulnerabilities that occur in these contexts, a comprehensive, cooperative and complementary vision must be provided among all the key actors. In order to achieve sustainable rural communities, it is necessary, among other issues, to delve into their policies and conside r them as full - fledged entities. The knowledge of those living in these regions, their background, their participation and their decision - making power over what competes with them should be appreciated. In this way, community resilience appears as an oppor tunity for evolution towards social justice. For this reason, the professionals who carry out their work in these rural communities, especially those who work as social practitioners, must provide a resilient approach in their analysis and actions. They mu st commit to a comprehensive approach, participatory, empowering and able to restructure from the bottom up when necessary: a transformative approach.