2020
DOI: 10.1590/0103-11042020s106
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Las luchas indígenas por el derecho fundamental a la salud propio e intercultural en Colombia

Abstract: RESUMEN El presente artículo hace una aproximación a las luchas de los pueblos indígenas en Colombia, particularmente aquellos pertenecientes al Consejo Regional Indígena del Cauca (Cric), por la materialización del derecho fundamental a la salud, a lo largo de cinco períodos históricos entre 1971 y 2019. Este artículo presenta las características de la disputa política con el Estado, la transformación contenciosa de la política de salud indígena, direccionada desde el estado, y de la política indígena de salu… Show more

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“…It was an important participation exercise. This concertation exercise reflects the achievements of the Indigenous people of Cauca in terms of the struggles they have encountered in their own determination of a health system oriented towards good living, ancestral wisdom and collective political action [28]. The result is a model that should significantly contribute to improving the current health situation of the Awá population.…”
Section: Discussionmentioning
confidence: 97%
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“…It was an important participation exercise. This concertation exercise reflects the achievements of the Indigenous people of Cauca in terms of the struggles they have encountered in their own determination of a health system oriented towards good living, ancestral wisdom and collective political action [28]. The result is a model that should significantly contribute to improving the current health situation of the Awá population.…”
Section: Discussionmentioning
confidence: 97%
“…In the Colombian context, achieving the development of the concerted model faces a structural obstacle that has to do with the neoliberal and market model on which the Colombian health system is based, and, as discussed by some authors [28], the concerted Indigenous health model, if implemented, runs the risk of being subordinated to this neoliberal model that is not sensitive to the needs and characteristics of the population and has a focus on economic profitability.…”
Section: Strengths and Limitationsmentioning
confidence: 99%
“…Cultural and religious colonisation meant holistic healing practices were forbidden and had to be replaced by Christian teaching and belief (Lozano Ordoñez & Salazar Henao, 2018; Urrego-Rodríguez, 2020). Beyond this imposition of a systematisation of health diagnosis and classification based on the Northern ‘linear conception of cause and effect’ (Mazzocchi, 2006, p. 465), other ‘impositions’ have brought injuries to health as a result of the pursuit of Northern economic interests (Goyes et al, 2017): from environments contaminated with polluted water and soil (Cardona Arias et al, 2014) to industrialisation and extractivism, and the plundering of beneficial elements of nature (Urrego-Mendoza et al, 2017).…”
Section: Broken Holistic Healthmentioning
confidence: 99%
“…(p. 10) Esta falta de visibilización y comprensión de los saberes, prácticas y creencias en la crianza indígena produce una desventaja con las prácticas y pensamientos occidentales, por la poca con"abilidad y respaldo cientí"co de los primeros, puesto que no están respaldados por referentes aceptados desde el punto de vista social. A esto se suma que la tradición indígena está permeada por problemáticas como la pobreza extrema, el con-%icto armado, la discriminación y las di"cultades para acceder a la salud y la educación (Ocoró & Mazabel, 2021;Urrego-Rodríguez, 2020).…”
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