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- ÍtemSolidarity Territories for Capacity Development and Collective Action from the Local(Universidad Cooperativa de Colombia, Facultad de Ciencias Económicas, Administrativas y Contables, Economía, Bogotá, 2022) Perez Muñoz, Colombia; Fajardo, Miguel; Granja Rodriguez, Rosa YelenaThis article explains the process of theoretical, methodological, and empirical construction of the concept of ‘solidarity territories’ as a kind of brand that identifies a series of experiences that promote local development where actors of diverse origin have been participating, in parallel, from the university, from the territories, and from the national government in Colombia. We identify the contexts, developments, and prospects that will eventually converge tothe extent that they share a common purpose: contributing to sustainable development based on integrating solidarity in the territories.Our study adopts a qualitative approach and uses the multi-case study method. The method facilitated the development of concepts based on the description, analysis, and establishment of relations between the experiences considered to enable knowledge-building regarding a topic that is still in the process of development.Solidarity territories are an example of socio-territorial innovation that supports social and environmental justice, as long as they contribute to the development of capacities for collective action at the local level from the perspective of good living.Being able to compare the experiences based on a document review and the approaches of the three researchers who were participant observers of the different research phases, a task that characterizes the process, turns out to be novel. The study is expected to serve as a reference point to continue contributing to the promotion of the solidarity culture and solidarity entrepreneurship, strengthening of public institutions, and citizen participation required to develop an ecosystem that enhances the associative solidarity model and its contributions to innovation and social transformation in the territories.
- ÍtemOrganizing Workers in the Informal Economy in Selected African and Latin American Countries: The Potential of Trade Union and Social and Solidarity Economy (SSE) partnerships(Universidad Cooperativa de Colombia, Facultad de Ciencias Económicas, Administrativas y Contables, Economía, Bogotá, 2022-06-05) Perez Muñoz, Colombia Patricia; Hunt, Abigail; Binat Sarwar, MoizzaThe article gives an account of the result of the research developed in response to the call made by the International Labour Organization (ILO) and the Open Society Foundations (OSF) in 2021 to carry out a project that would identify the potential of the link between unions and cooperatives to organize workers in the informal economy in African and Latin American countries. Researchers from ODI, London, with the collaboration of researchers and practitioners from Brazil, Colombia, Ghana, Kenya and Uganda, identified and documented partnership examples through which to shed light development processes, identify learning on successes and challenges, and inform recommendations for future support. A country case study of Colombia is provided to illustrate the variety, complexity and possibilities of the topic studied. Three nascent partnership experiences, linked in different ways to the social and solidarity economy, demonstrate the potential of this approach to promote fair trade, responsible consumption and local markets, boost entrepreneurship and create decent working conditions for workers who traditionally face informality
- ÍtemEnfoques y metodologías de medición de impacto de la Economía Solidaria: una revisión sistemática(Universidad Cooperativa de Colombia, Facultad de Ciencias Económicas, Administrativas y Contables, Maestría en Economía Solidaria para el Desarrollo Territorial, Bucaramanga, 2022-10-21) Coronado Muñoz, Mónica Viviana; Atuesta Ibarguen, Mónica Danitza; Rua Castañeda, SohelySolidarity economy is immersed in the daily work of human beings in the search for a better quality of life, through this theory it has been possible to promote the development of communities in social, cultural, economic, political, environmental, and other aspects; accordingly, the purpose of this article is to identify the methodologies and approaches applied by solidarity organizations. In this sense, a descriptive qualitative study was carried out by means of a documentary review through bibliographic tracking. Criteria were defined for the analysis of the documents included in the study, such as methodology, instruments, and approaches, as well as the types of impact measurement approaches, where Corporate Social Responsibility, Social Accounting and the Social Balance Sheet stand out. Likewise, other variables were considered for the conceptual analysis, such as the methodology for measuring the social management of organizations, the contribution of research to the fulfillment of the Sustainable Development Goals and their potential to contribute to the sustainable development of the territory they occupy. Concluding that the approaches are diverse, as well as the methodologies used to measure impact, which makes the construction of national aggregate indicators and international comparison difficult.
- ÍtemAnálisis organizacional de la empresa de Acueducto y Alcantarillado de Villavicencio E.S.P.(Universidad Cooperativa de Colombia, Posgrado, Especialización en Alta Gerencia y Economía Solidaria, Villavicencio, 2021-12-27) Guasca Velásquez, Alicia; Hoyos Rey, Holmer; Morales Achury, Giovanny; Silvestre Atehortua, José
- ÍtemDiseño e implementación del plan estratégico comercial para el Instituto de Seguros Sociales seccional Villavicencio-Meta(Universidad Cooperativa de Colombia, Posgrado, Especialización en Alta Gerencia y Economía Solidaria, Villavicencio, 2021-12-27) Ávila Nieto, Rossy Vilma; Moreno Torrez, Martha Lucia; Pardo Agudelo, Lilia del Carmen; Vargas Jiménez, Zulma Xilene; Atehortua Rueda, José S.
- ÍtemLas empresas asociativas de trabajo como modelo de desarrollo en la producción de sal en “Sales del Llano”(Universidad Cooperativa de Colombia, Posgrado, Especialización en Alta Gerencia y Economía Solidaria, Villavicencio, 2021-12-21) Carrillo Pulido, Sandra Milena; Roldan Romero, Marly Angélica; Rozo, Héctor Camilo; Velandia Velandia, Kenlla Jaidy
- ÍtemImplantación de una planta productora de bioabonos utilizado los residuos sólidos municipales en la ciudad de Villavicencio(Universidad Cooperativa de Colombia, Posgrado, Especialización en Alta Gerencia y Economía Solidaria, Villavicencio, 2021-12-14) Ruíz Ruíz, José Alonso; Moctezuma, Jairo
- ÍtemBuenas prácticas de turismo y proyectos sostenibles: un análisis teórico desde el impacto ambiental(Universidad Cooperativa de Colombia, Facultad de Ciencias Económicas, Administrativas y Contables, Economía, Bogotá, 2020-11-26) Canacué Céspedes, Victor Manuel; Herrera Castro, Ginna Paola; Cardona Castaño, Daniela; Llanez Anaya, Helmer Fernando
- ÍtemLa educación virtual en tiempos de padermia(Universidad Cooperativa de Colombia, Facultad de Derecho, Derecho, Neiva, 2020-12-09) Castro Castro, Carlos AugustoContemporary education should be oriented to solving problems, for this purpose competent people are required from the perspective of being, knowing and doing. In other words, the 21st century professional must necessarily combine and negotiate knowledge, attitudes and skills, in this sense teaching and evaluation must be constantly reviewed.
- ÍtemConcepciones de la cultura ecológica en relación con ESALES del municipio de Montería/Córdoba/Colombia en el año 2018(Universidad Cooperativa de Colombia, Facultad de Ciencias Económicas, Administrativas y Contables, Maestría en Economía Solidaria para el desarrollo territorial, Bucaramanga, 2019-10-16) Urzola Mestra, Enrique Carlos; Peñuela Lizcano, José DavidThe transformative activity of man, of his habitat, with the influence of globalization and commercial activities are an active part of the pollution that is generating the change in the habitat of us. Social responsibility from a cultural and business approach is a way of measuring the commitment that is taken for the care of the different ecological systems, presenting that there is only a habitat of commercial context and competitiveness among companies regardless of whether they are with Encouragement or non-profit. It is possible to determine the environmental commitment from the objective perception in the non-probabilistic sample taken with the intention of the researcher of twenty-two non-profit entities, applying an instrument (Annex 1) within the environmental care arguments, with the characteristic of the people involved who must highlight the presence of values and principles, inherent in the associative human nature of solidarity, to be within the margins of good living, which are taxative in the legislation of social and solidarity economy. The identification of some judgments and ideas about the ecological culture of the environment where non-profit organizations develop practices related to the reuse of materials and when characterizing information on environmental care, and visualization if the approach of Non-profit organizations carry out community projects on ecological culture. Understanding the full extent about thoughts of ecological culture, as a cultural part in the behavior of people in the development of the territory.
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