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Strategic Resources, Regions, and Socio-environmental Dynamics

Academic Unit: Institute of Regional Studies

Colombian Ministry of Science

Class

A1

Call

833

Profile

OECD

Discipline

Social sciences

Subdiscipline

Sociology

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Strategic Focus

To analyze factors that favor or affect life conditions of social groups. Multi-approach and participative methodologies for the construction of critical and inspiring knowledge. The Socio-environmental conflicts and dynamics research area studies political and socio-environmental phenomena related to economic projects. The geographies of development and welfare research area analyzes realities and conceptions of life conditions, and does research on diverse development expansions. Subjects addressed: health, poverty, inequity, vulnerability, welfare, development, and socio-environmental dynamics.

Research Areas and Topics

  • Socio-environmental conflicts and dynamics
  • Geographies of development and welfare

Sustainable Development Goals (SDGs)

Group Coordinator

Claudia Patricia Puerta Silva, PhD

PhD in Social Anthropology and Sociology.

School for Advanced Studies in the Social Sciences.

Group Coordinator Email

claudia.puerta@udea.edu.co

Research Group Email

gruporerdsa@udea.edu.co

Scientific Cooperation

Collaborative Relationships

The group has engaged in conjoint work with: Universidad EAFIT, Universidad Nacional, Universidad Pontificia Bolivariana, Colegio Mayor, Techológico de Antioquia, Universidad de La Guajira, Universidad de Caldas, University of Cape Town, University of Victoria, School for Advanced Studies in the Social Sciences, and Wageningen University. Various Mayor’s Offices, the Governor’s Office of Antioquia, the Land Restitution Unit, The Humboldt Institute; and private organizations such as: SURA and Comfama.

The Pastoral Social Riohacha (Riohacha Social Pastoral) and Mujeres Fuerza Wayuu (Wayuu Women Strength) are civil organizations. Communities from the Wayuu population from La Guajira; Emberá communities from Frontino, Antioquia; mining communities from Marmato; peasant communities from South-Western Antioquia.

Research groups from Universidad de Antioquia and other universities.

Notable Projects

  • Construction of inclusion specialties and identities in a high-vulnerability environment in Medellin: An intersectoral proposal for health and welfare promotion by means of the management of social housing (SH) and priority housing
  • Design of an information system for the integral monitoring of hunger determinants (SIN hambre): A pilot case in indigenous La Guajira
  • Update and modernization of the Department’s Planning System (Sistema Departamental de Planeación [SDP])
  • Collective construction of Universidad de Antioquia’s 2017-2027 Development plan.
  • Socio-economic implications of highways in regard to prosperity in the Department of Antioquia’s territory.

Main Research Results

  •  Conflicto armado y pobreza en Antioquia Colombia (Armed conflict and poverty in Antioquia, Colombia) DOI: https://bit.ly/2QJSVEq
  • Salud, Recursos Naturales y el Proceso de Paz en Colombia (Health, Natural Resources, and the Peace Process in Colombia) DOI: https://bit.ly/2QL3Y0j
  • “Choice Set” for health behavior in choice-constrained settings to frame research and inform policy: examples of food consumption, obesity and food security DOI: https://bit.ly/31MF9r9
  • Consumo responsable y configuración de ciudadanías proambientales (Responsible consumption and configuration of pro-environmental citizenships) DOI: https://bit.ly/2DjMFjJ
  • El proyecto del Cerrejón: un espacio relacional para los indígenas wayuu, la empresa minera y el Estado colombiano (The Cerrejón mining project: A relational space for the indigenous Wayuu people, the mining company, and Colombian State). Topics. DOI: https://bit.ly/3m1OGCK

Research Portafolio

Areas of work:

  • Assessment of social public policies.
  • Methodologies for the construction of development plans.
  • Located metrics for alternative developments.
  • Human and community centered methodologies.
  • Measurement of life conditions, poverty, welfare, and vulnerability.
  • Social appropriation of institutional language and knowledge.
  • Socio-environmental impact assessments.
  • Socio-environmental diagnosis and assessments for social intervention purposes.
  • Management of communication processes between the communities and the authorities.
  • Territorial appropriation analysis.
  • Analysis aimed at comprehending the social and territorial dynamics of various social actors.
  • Territorially-focused community intervention projects.

More Information

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