The local knowledge and capacities of the communities and families of the different countries. indigenous peoples and nationalities of Ecuador have often been overlooked. both in the discourse of development and planning and in management processes and territorial ordering, and it has been recurrent that the cultural dimension of the is widely excluded. Despite the fact that the country was recognized in its Constitution 2008 as a "constitutional state of rights and social justice, democratic, sovereign, independent, unitary, intercultural, plurinational and secular..." (Art.1), the traditional practices and knowledge of integrated land management are not part of any public policy cycle. Even in the twenty-first century, governance is still in place. from above and from outside, in an ethnocentric and monocultural key. In what way does the dominant cultural perspective in the processes of planning and management of the local and territorial development have been functional to the expansion of the capitalist development and to the consolidation of the Creole project of State-nation? in what way would be modified the hegemonic perspectives of territorial ordering and management if a look and an intercultural relation were incorporated? are the questions that the text tries to answer, in a first critical approach to this thematic, seeking to explore possible... lines of research to deepen the knowledge about this problem of Ecuador and its course as an economic-social formation.
|Translated title of the contribution||Interculturality, Territory and Conflicts: Apuntes En Torno Al Desencuentro Entre Estado Y Nacionalidades Indígenas A Partir Del Caso De Pastaza (The Disagreement Between State and Indigenous Nationalities Based on the Pastaza Case)|
|Original language||Spanish (Ecuador)|
|Title of host publication||Interculturalidad, Territorio Y Conflictos: Apuntes En Torno Al Desencuentro Entre Estado Y Nacionalidades Indígenas A Partir Del Caso De Pastaza|
|State||Published - 2 Feb 2019|