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Marco Guerrera - Ecuador

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Published on 28 October 2004

marcoguerrera76@yahoo.ca
CAFOLIS

I am working presently as volunteer cooperation agent of the Canadian Center for International Studies and Cooperation (CECI) in Quito in Ecuador. I support the Andean Center for the Training of Social Leaders (CAFOLIS). You can obtain more information on this organization at the following address: http://cafolis.misatnet.net/

I am especially interested in the impact of emigration on the evolution of social organizations. This concern is organized around the two following questions.

1) Does the emigration of social leaders hinder the working of social organizations?

2) How does the weakening of the social fabric produced by emigration affect grassroots organizations?

 

 
 

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