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Más allá de las políticas sociales ¿Hacia sistemas públicos de cuidados en el MERCOSUR?

Authors: Silvia Lilian Ferro;

Más allá de las políticas sociales ¿Hacia sistemas públicos de cuidados en el MERCOSUR?

Abstract

This communication aims to dimension demographic, economic and social consequences of the confluence of the global health crisis caused by the COVID-19 pandemic since March 2020 with the pre-existing and structural global care crisis; cutting as space for analysis MERCOSUR countries: Argentina, Brazil, Paraguay and Uruguay. Next, a diagnosis is made from a gender perspective on existing public care policies in the region, in view of the work and family changes perceived in the last decades in the West. Finally, inadequacies of origin and historical inadequacies of social policies in force and amplified in the pandemic scenario are measured. The methodology used is mixed, with the use of quantitative and qualitative techniques in the processing of information and interpretation of statistical data, placing them in dialogue with the reference literature on policies and public systems of care. The results show the need to think about the generalization of public care systems as overcoming instances of nineteenth-century social policies originating in the Global North that show signs of cycle exhaustion in societies of the Global South and especially in the analyzed region. Esta comunicación se propone dimensionar consecuencias demográficas, económicas y sociales de la confluencia de la crisis sanitaria global provocada por la pandemia de COVID-19 desde marzo del 2020, con la preexistente y estructural crisis global del cuidado; recortando como espacio de análisis a países del MERCOSUR: Argentina, Brasil, Paraguay y Uruguay. Seguidamente, se hace un diagnóstico en perspectiva de género sobre políticas públicas de cuidados existentes en la región, en vista de las mudanzas laborales y familiares percibidas desde las últimas décadas en Occidente. Por último, se dimensionan insuficiencias de origen e inadecuaciones históricas de políticas sociales vigentes y amplificadas en el escenario pandémico. La metodología utilizada es mixta, con uso de técnicas cuantitativas y cualitativas en el procesamiento de información e interpretación de datos estadísticos, colocándolos en diálogo con la literatura de referencia en políticas y sistemas públicos del cuidado. Los resultados evidencian la necesidad de pensar en la generalización de sistemas públicos de cuidados como instancias superadoras de políticas sociales decimonónicas y originarias del Norte Global que dan señales de agotamiento de ciclo en sociedades del Sur Global y en especial en la región analizada.

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MERCOSUL, Políticas sociales, políticas públicas, políticas sociais, cuidados, General Engineering, Social policies, Care, Public policies, MERCOSUR

UN WOMEN. La pandemia en la sombra. New York, 2020. Disponible en https://www.unwomen.org/es/news/stories/2020/4/statement-ed-phumzile-violence-against-women-during-pandemic acceso abril 2021.

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