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  Social participation: it is a process linked to the needs and motivations of di"erent groups, as well as the dynamics of the relationships established between them at di"erent times, conditions and spaces, what is forming a set of networks that stimulate or hinder the development of authentic participatory processes (Dávalos, 1997).
> eumed.net
People in disability situation: with this reference, SE- NADIS (National Disability Service) incorporates the social perspective, breaking down barriers and obs- tacles, that is, eliminating the idea that the person is to blame for his own disability, but actually disability comes from the context that society imposes, both physical and social barriers.
> cultura.gob.cl
Strategic Plan for Sustainable Development: the Stra- tegic Plan 2018-2021 sets the course for a new UNDP (United Nations Development Program), focused on helping countries end extreme poverty, reduce in- equality and achieve the goals of the 2030 Agenda for Sustainable Development.
> latinamerica.undp.org
Sorority: a group formed by friendship and reciprocity between women who share the same ideal and work to achieve the same goal.
> efeminista.com
It is an ethical, political and practical dimension of contemporary feminism. It is an experience of women that leads to the search for positive relationships and to the existential and political alliance, body to body, subjectivity to subjectivity with other women, to con-
tribute with specific actions to the social elimination of all forms of oppression and to the mutual support to achieve the generic power of all and to the vital em- powerment of each woman.
> milenio.com
Sustainability (availability of resources approach): it is to assume that nature and the environment are not an inexhaustible source of resources, being necessary their protection and rational use, it is promoting social development seeking cohesion between communi- ties and cultures to achieve satisfactory levels of qua- lity of life, health and education, it is promoting eco- nomic growth that generates equitable wealth for all without harming the environment.
> sostenibilidad.com
Sustainability (conservation over time approach): pro- cess that aims to find the balance between the envi- ronment and the use of natural resources. Humanity in its passage through the planet has degraded natural resources in such a way that it is currently necessary to conscientiously seek and plan their consumption to guarantee their existence in future generations. Under the economical point of view, it is the ability to achieve sustained economic prosperity over time while pro- tecting the planet's natural systems and providing a high quality of life for people.
> ccgss.org
Social sustainability: it means taking a socially respon- sible attitude and leaving the next generation a stable world. !e survival strategy of humanity and the pla- net is decisive, so as not to hinder a series of activities that can no longer be limited to increasing profit alone,
         
















































































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