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The issue of discrimination in Ecuador is relevant to analyze and especially combat it because unfortunately this human aberration is latent in our country not only at the level of society but also at the state level.

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"... The Indians of the Americas live in exile in their own land.

Language is not a sign of identity, but a mark of curse.

It does not distinguish them: it betrays them.

When an Indian gives up his tongue, he begins to civilize himself.

Do you start to civilize or start committing suicide? ... "

 

                                                                                                    Eduardo Galliano

 

AN ANTIDISCRIMINATION CAMPAIGN

The issue of discrimination in Ecuador is relevant to analyze and especially combat it because unfortunately this human aberration is latent in our country not only at the level of society but also at the state level.

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This is a problem that unfortunately occurred only in the past but its ramifications reach the here and now.

The issue of discrimination in Ecuador is relevant to analyze and especially combat it because unfortunately this human aberration is latent in our country not only at the level of society but also at the state level.
 
   
 
   

a)  Gender discrimination as a result of which women undergoing happend, abused, victims of sexist and patriarchal relations.

Resultado de imagen de DISCRIMINACION EN ECUADOR

 

b)  Socio-economic discrimination by which the poor who are in the lowest social strata of society survive in extreme situation and are not taken into account by public policies.

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c) Political and cultural discrimination as a result of which the indigenous nationalities and black people are excluded, they are considered a burden which hinders the country development, and are additionally the poorest of the poor.

 

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DISCRIMINATION

I dream of the possibility of a new society in which there is no place for racism or any other form of intolerance or discrimination. I dream of universal fraternity. For this, our society, we all have to turn our eyes towards our elder brothers, the natives and reconcile with them.