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Título : Condiciones de trabajo y de seguridad social en asociaciones de pequeños y medianos agricultores campesinos con prácticas de economía solidaria en tres municipios del oriente antioqueño, Colombia, 2015
Otros títulos : Conditions of working and social security in peasant communities with solidarity economy practices in three municipalities in eastern Antioquia, Colombia 2015
Autor : Osorio Quintero, Lisardo
Lopera García, Luz Dolly
López Arango, Yolanda Lucía
Rendón Ospina, Iván Darío
Tabares López, Juan Carlos
Medina Tamayo, Marisol
Nieto López, Emmanuel
metadata.dc.subject.*: Economía campesina
Economía solidaria
Asociaciones de agricultores
Condiciones laborales
Seguridad social
Agricultura orgánica
Oriente antioqueño
Fecha de publicación : 2019
Editorial : Universidad de Antioquia, Facultad Nacional de Salud Pública
Citación : Osorio-Quintero L, Lopera-García LD, López-Arango YL, Rendón-Ospina ID, Tabares-López JC, Medina-Tamayo M, Nieto-López E. Condiciones de trabajo y de seguridad social en asociaciones de pequeños y medianos agricultores campesinos con prácticas de economía solidaria en tres municipios del oriente antioqueño, Colombia, 2015. Rev. Fac. Nac. Salud Pública. 2019;37(2):36-48. DOI:10.17533/udea.rfnsp.v37n2a05
Resumen : Introduction: The agricultural-based solidarity economy practiced by rural communities in Eastern Antioqua, Colombia, has become a tool for resistance, as well as an alternative source of employment for a socially and economically vulnerable population. Economies based on agriculture and the uncertainties of the productive transformations derived from a community’s proximity to Medellin metropolitan area, are important factors that should be taken into account when examining the potentials of a solidary economy. Objective: To analyze the working and social conditions of a group of small and medium-scale farmers, from 3 towns in Eastern Antioquia, who follow the solidarity economy and are committed to food security. Methodology: A descriptive, transversal study was carried out with 111 active producers belonging to 10 legally consolidated solidarity economy farmers associations. Primary data was gathered through polls and workshops. Variables in respondents sociodemographics, work and social security were analyzed based on the statistical measurements of frequency, proportion and central tendency. Results: 85.6% of respondents are independent workers and belong to a lower socioeconomical strata with a mean monthly income of COP 296.000; 72% have health insurance through the country’s subsidized system; 91% work without occupational hazard insurance; 88.3% do not contribute to a pension fund. Discussion: Income of the surveyed population was found to be lower than both the legal minimum wage and average wages of workers in the same field; income inequalities are very pronounced compared to other Colombian workers; increasing pension enrollment and occupational hazard coverage are challenges the government continues to face. Key words: Farmer economy, farmers associations, agriculture, organic agriculture, social security, employment, Eastern Antioquia
ISSN : 0120-386X
metadata.dc.identifier.doi: 10.17533/udea.rfnsp.v37n2a05
Aparece en las colecciones: FNSP (Centro de Investigación de la Facultad Nacional de Salud Pública)

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