Traditionalists gather for science and its importance

Photography: Photo: Isidoro Valenzuela.

In order to create a space for the exchange of ideas and opinions Academic Studies on Science in the New Constitution, UdeC . Foundational Forum , through her group “Ciencias y Constitución”, Organized discussion with members of the Committee on Knowledge Systems, Cultures, Science, Technology, Arts and Heritage of the Constitutional Conference.

In the activity developed in University PinakotecaThey discussed bridging regional and gender gaps, and heritage challenges, among other topics.

The UdeC Foundation Forum highlighted this opportunity To organize these examples of conversation on these topics, and in the house of studies, during The process of drafting the new charter Magna Carta.

“Today we have this debate about science and the constitution, and that seems especially relevant to us Because the current constitution of 1980 has many shortcomings. Some of this general knowledge, because we know that it is not a friend of substantive equality, does not regulate some symbolic rights and has no approach, as many other constitutions of the world have done,On recognizing science from different perspectivessaid attorney and foundation program director for the university, Ximena Gauché.

The symposium session was attended by academics from the House of Studies who worked In the Foundation Forum Program group, more postgraduate training researchers and civil servants.

“These issues intersect transversely, with the importance of the debate that should revolve around public education and such a universityWith a public and civic advocacy, it should be active in this regard,” Gauché added about the role the UdeC plays in building the new constitution.

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On his part, Ignacio Achora, the traditional component of District 14 and coordinator of the Knowledge Systems Committee, said, The importance of these issues in discussing and drafting the new Magna Carta and achieving the consolidation of new rights.

“There are many reasons, but if we want to look for one, then as a generation we are facing one of the biggest challenges humanity has faced in its history and that is survival. Today’s climate crisis and emergency are making us deeply rethink the development model we had‘, the agency coordinator explained.

In the same way, Ignacio Acura analyzed the model that the country has taken in recent years in this field. “This country, in particular, has an extractive development model of resource exploitation And that we know that it has caused exorbitant costs to the communities in their lands,” Asura closed.

One of the components that are part of this committee is Loreto Vidal, which is traditional for District 20. In discussionThese spaces help generate greater awareness of technology and science, Vidal said.

“I’ve always had the bond of feeling part of this and being here with the scientists. It is necessary to learn to look at the world in a different way and to make technology and science focus all this on humanity, which I think is what we lack. We must leave this embodied in our new Basic Charter,” the Component from Area 20 stated.

The discussion joins a series of activities carried out at the University of Concepción in the framework of the visit of the plenary session of Biobío . Region ConventionWhich seeks to stimulate the participation of citizens and academics in the drafting of the new constitution.

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