Latin America in unstable and uncertain contexts: Analysis and perspectives about education and work for the new generations.

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Enforcement of the structural political reforms in Latin America during the decade of the 90s paradigmatically reshaped the social space affecting the processes of social participation and the inclusion of the youth in the educational system and work market. In this context, the structural social inequality, along with the stratification of opportunities for social participation constrain the ways in which the youth live and confronting the individual and collective forms of social inclusion. Since the restoration of progressive political groups (the new Left Latin America), there have been more opportunities for greater public intervention in the areas of school attendance, as well as economic policies for social compensation to surpass the remaindered educational and social exclusion. Nevertheless, the lack of visibility of many of those opportunities contributed to restrict the effectivization of rights and demands of education and labor, and has made it difficult for advancements towards a greater inclusion and social cohesion, especially for the unaware and vulnerable. 

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Castillo, P. A. (2014). Latin America in unstable and uncertain contexts: Analysis and perspectives about education and work for the new generations. Education Policy Analysis Archives, 22, 39. https://doi.org/10.14507/epaa.v22n39.2014
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Pablo Aparicio Castillo, Universdad de Heidelberg - Universidad de Salamanca, Universidad Nacional de Salta

Pablo Christian Aparicio Castillo, Profesor en Ciencias de la Educación. Doctor en Ciencias Sociales de la Eberhard – Karls Universität Tübingen (Alemania). Investigador miembro del GRUPO GRIAL en el Instituto Universitario de Ciencias de lab Educación - Universidad de Salamanca (España). Investigador colaborador del GRUPO ESCULCA en la Facultad de Ciencias de la Educación – Universidad de Santiago de Compostela España). Investigador miembro del Centro de Investigaciones Sociales y Educativas del Norte Argentino (CISEN) y del Consejo de Investigación de la Universidad Nacional de Salta (Argentina). Investigador miembro de la Secretaría de Ciencia y Técnica y Estudios Regionales (SECTER) de la Universidad Nacional de Jujuy (Argentina).  Docente de posgrado en el Instituto de Ciencias de la Educación de la Ruprecht - Karls- Universität Heidelberg (Alemania). Docente de grado y posgrado en la Facultad de Ciencias Sociales de la Duale Hochschule Baden – Württemberg / Baden-Württemberg Cooperative State University (Alemania). Docente de grado en al Pädadgogische Hochschule Ludwigsburg – University of Educacion (Alemania). Actualmente trabaja en la Oficina Federal Alemana de Familia y asuntos civiles (Bundesamt für Familie und zivillgesellschaftliche Aufgabe).