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Title: EDUHEM 2018 VIII International conference on intercultural education and International conference on transcultural health: THE VALUE OF EDUCATION AND HEALTH FOR A GLOBAL, TRANSCULTURAL WORLD
Other Titles: Facts of a migration without context border crossing tachira (venezuela) and colombia
Authors: Velazquez Pérez, Torcoroma
Castro, Hugo Fernando
Florez pos, Silvia Libardo
Anita G. Welch
Keywords: Migration, migratory grief, public policies, society, Ulises syndrome.
Issue Date: 1-Sep-2019
Citation: Pérez, Torcoroma. (2019). Facts Of A Migration Without Context Border Crossing Tachira (Venezuela) And Colombia. 599-608.
Series/Report no.: GITYD;ART46
Abstract: Factors such as: Social dynamics, political crisis, economic destabilization, the unwavering mental imbalance that plunge Venezuela, seize an uncertain future. Every day, the Colombian-Venezuelan border crossings are filled with our own, strangers and passers-by, who have set their sights on other countries, Colombia being the closest ally; perhaps used as a temporary space, an escape route or, otherwise, an option to seek economic resources and return to help their families continue to survive. For Achotegui migrating becomes a process that has such intense levels of stress that people overcome their ability to adapt; these elements are very typical of the theory of migratory grief, the Ulysses syndrome and the theory of basic needs. According to the Department of Migration Colombia, nearly sixty thousand people cross the migratory crossing daily from San Antonio Venezuela to Colombia, returning less than 10%, which translates into a path for mass exodus. Under this perception, the investigative approach framed in generating public policies with an impregnated respect for human rights, assessment of the socio-cultural condition, ethics and mental health, which understand people under the condition of migrants, initially oriented in three fundamental axes: Revaluation of the pedagogical action of understanding the other, strengthening free and obligatory public health and the recognition of multiculturalism.
ISSN: ISSN:2357-1330
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