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Revista De Investigaciones-Universidad Del Quindio ; 33(2):201-213, 2021.
Article in Spanish | Web of Science | ID: covidwho-2164688


The objective of this work is to describe the effects of the COVID-19 pandemic on informal workers, such as taxi drivers, in the second Mexican entity with the most infections;and indicate the public policies directed to this sector. It is a work with a qualitative approach, which uses the techniques of documentary research, the semistructured interview and observation in the field. The results show a 50% reduction in income, negative emotional effects, and the absence of policies directed at this sector during this health crisis. The need to redefine the characteristics of so-called informal work is concluded, since not all workers in this sector are completely outside the legal framework.

Revista De Investigaciones-Universidad Del Quindio ; 33(2):174-186, 2021.
Article in Spanish | Web of Science | ID: covidwho-2164687


In the context of the SARS COV-2 pandemic, a weak water governance is a health problem given that it is generally scarce;and in this case, it is not suitable for human consumption and the social actors are unaware of it. The text analyzes and links the results of two investigations from different but complementary fields of knowledge regarding the problem of the upper Lerma River basin, especially groundwater, showing an interdisciplinary exercise. The results reveal that the actors do not identify the problems of the basin, this limits their integration to the collegiate bodies of councils, commissions, or basin committees, even though the regulatory frameworks have spaces for these. CSOs, as social actors, still present areas of opportunity for their advocacy, even though in Mexico, there is a long history regarding their social participation.