Some hermeneutical reflections from rural development since public policy

Some hermeneutical reflections from rural development since public policy
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Some hermeneutical reflections from rural development since public policy

Following statements in the Plenary session of the Constitutional Court in March 2009, was declared unconstitutional Act 1152 of 2007, known as the “Rural Development Statute”, because it was argued that the no prior consultation indigenous communities, or communities of African descendent. Now this...

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Translated title: Algunas reflexiones hermeneúticas del desarrollo rural desde la política pública
Journal Title: Desarrollo, Economía y Sociedad
Main Author: Angélica Rocío Lesmes Chavur
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Get full text: http://www.revistasjdc.com/main/index.php/deyso/article/view/164
Resource type: Journal article
Source: Desarrollo, Economía y Sociedad; Vol 1, No 1 (Year 2012).
Publisher: Fundación Universitaria Juan de Castellanos
Usage rights: Reconocimiento - NoComercial - SinObraDerivada (by-nc-nd)
Subjects: Social Sciences --> Agricultural Economics & Policy
Social Sciences --> Business
Social Sciences --> Economics
Social Sciences --> Health Policy & Services
Social Sciences --> Industrial Relations & Labor
Social Sciences --> Management
Social Sciences --> Planning & Development
Social Sciences --> Political Science
Social Sciences --> Public Administration
Social Sciences --> Social Issues
Social Sciences --> Social Sciences, Interdisciplinary
Abstract: Following statements in the Plenary session of the Constitutional Court in March 2009, was declared unconstitutional Act 1152 of 2007, known as the “Rural Development Statute”, because it was argued that the no prior consultation indigenous communities, or communities of African descendent. Now this was the main reason why the statute considered as a completely unconstitutional legislation. But with it, and derived from a purely media mechanism, a very personal omitted other important findings that should be considered from the approach which was sized the concept of rural development throughout the statute. Let this be an opportunity to understand the need to analyze rural development, in addition to inclusive, is a process subject to hegemonic paradigms and models of economic growth and social development. To this end, this article aims to clear some conceptual considerations and approach, important to emphasize in the new draft land law and rural development, which would replace the status politically considered unconstitutional in 2009.
Translated abstract: Tras las declaraciones en la sesión de la sala plena de la Corte Constitucional celebrada en marzo de 2009, se declaró inconstitucional la Ley 1152 de 2007, conocida como el “Estatuto de Desarrollo Rural”, debido a que se argumentó la no consulta previa a las comunidades indígenas, ni a comunidades afro descendientes. Ahora bien, esta fue la principal razón por la cual se consideró el estatuto como un acto legislativo completamente inexequible. No obstante con ello, y derivado de un mecanismo netamente mediático, de manera muy personal se omitieron otras importantes apreciaciones que se debieron considerar a partir del enfoque del cual se dimensionó el concepto de desarrollo rural en todo el estatuto. Que sea esta la oportunidad de entender la necesidad de analizar el desarrollo rural, que además de incluyente, es un proceso sujeto a paradigmas y modelos hegemónicos de crecimiento económico y desarrollo social. Para ello, el presente artículo pretende hacer evidentes algunas consideraciones conceptuales y de enfoque, importantes de destacar en el nuevo proyecto de ley de tierras y desarrollo rural, que políticamente reemplazaría el estatuto considerado inconstitucional en el año 2009.