Luta por reconhecimento, políticas públicas, economia solidária e economia criativa: um estudo do povo Kalunga

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Recognition permeates from the point of view of the most diverse areas and sources, which, through their studies, seek support for the resolution of social conflicts that lead groups to fight to be recognized in their difference and identification. Blacks, women, homosexuals, Indians, struggle to confirm their rights through a legal system and laws. In this examination, the relationship seeks to recognize the remaining quilombo communities, studying the case of the Kalunga people, and the theories presented by Charles Taylor, Nancy Fraser and in particular that of Axel Honneth, who published the work “The Struggle for Recognition: the moral grammar of social conflicts ”, which deals strictly with the theme. With the promulgation of the 1988 Federal Constitution, after several political debates and with the participation of Movements engaged in the fight for racial equality, Article 68 of the Acts of the Transitional Constitutional Provisions (ADCT) was inserted, which changed the legal, political and social conditions of the quilombo remnants, although social transformation still requires the implementation of Public Policies to resolve inequality and a recognition that exalts their historical and cultural difference. It was colonialism, more specifically from the time of the flags, that the Kalunga quilombola people emerged, whose history begins with the occupation of the state of Goiás. Enslaved to work in mining, the escapes of men of African origin became numerous, and the quilombos , the social result of these escapes, were frequent throughout the history of gold in Goiás. On November 20, 2009, Black Consciousness Day, the territory of the remaining quilombo community Kalunga was recognized by presidential decree, having the Quilombo Association Kalunga (AQK), as his legal guardian and continuing his tireless struggle for recognition. The Ethnodevelopment and Solidarity Economy Project (2013), according to its final research report, the biggest problems faced by the community, the lack of job opportunities and income generation is the most serious point. In this vein, this study seeks to analyze whether the Creative Economy, an economy driven by the cultural aspects of a society and the Solidary Economy that is an alternative of income and work that aims at social inclusion are capable to alleviate these problems, intrinsic to the recognition as a cultural community and of specific identity values, using the study of Public Policies, which are the government's answer to social problems.



BELCHIOR, Luciana de Araujo Rosa Rocha. Luta por reconhecimento, políticas públicas, economia solidária e economia criativa: um estudo do povo Kalunga. 2020. 92 f. Dissertação (Mestrado em Ciência Politica) - Universidade Federal de Goiás, Goiânia, 2020.