Describe the meaning of discrimination and the causes of racial discrimination

The First Criminal Court of Pichincha sanctioned the act as a pre-intentional
crime, that is, that death occurred as a consequence that exceeded the
intention of the aggressor and sentenced him to 6 years in prison. However,
if the act was classified as racial discrimination, considering that the
aggressor expressed contempt for the victim by the color of his skin, when
referring to expressions such as "blacks fall ill" "black daughter of ..."
between 12 and 16 years of imprisonment.
Ecuadorian society,
like many other societies, has not succeeded in eradicating racial
as demonstrated by the survey on racism and racial discrimination
in 2004,
where 65% of the respondents admitted that Ecuadorians are racist.
are the largest victims of racism (88%)
followed by indigenous people (71%)


´´´When I talk to someone I do not look at the color of their skin but the color of their feelings No to racism!¨

                                                         Homework 11
Isis Lopez 2BGUA
Anti discriminarion campaing

Campaign against racial discrimination


Is an exacerbated feeling of the "racial sense" 
of an ethnic group,
which usually causes
discrimination or persecution against other
ethnic groups.
The word also designates anthropological doctrine or
ideology based on that feeling
In a few weeks, 73 Bolivian workers and their families
Attacked by bands of criminals who assaulted them at high
Hours of the morning, they were threatened with death and
Steal their savings. The police act worried, but maybe not
Would have had xenophobic dyes if in recent years
Assaults, two of the quinteros would not have suffered serious
Torture by their attackers. In one case, the
Criminals improvised an electric baton with cables that
Found in the house and tortured the owner and
Another, they used an iron with which they burned the owner of
House in the chest. The use of these artifacts recalled
Immediate practices developed by the police forces
And parapoliciales in the time of the military dictatorship. The
Denunciations and the government's attention to these facts are not
Made wait, while the Bolivian chancellery and the
Ambassador of Bolivia in Argentina used all the resources
Diplomats within their reach so that the Bolivian community in the
The area of ​​attacks would not be unprotected and could
Developing their activities normally.
Considering the description of the cases, 
we can say that the greatest violation of rights
is the National Police, the public space is the
place where abuses happen, it is difficult to
access the administration of justice and when
they get there, they must face racist treatment.