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The results that we present on this page arise from the different research and design efforts carried out hand-in-hand with members of each participating community, teachers, students, and allied organizations. Each of these projects, presentations, publications, videos, and exhibitions combines one or more of the categories of data that we will release later. The latter includes a cartographic analysis, a photographic and videographic compendium, 51 interviews, 12 workshops with women and children, and 384 surveys of citizens of Ciudad Ixtepec, Asuncion Ixtaltepec, El Espinal, Juchitan de Zaragoza, and Santa Maria Xadani.

The objective of making this information public is to raise awareness of the possible alternatives for action that could be used in contexts and situations similar to the one we found in Oaxaca. If useful, please use the information published here as a reference. All content is downloadable and free, although, if used, you must receive credit under the attribution standards of the Creative Commons 4.0 International License.

We hope that this information helps guide future actions, as we understand that the crisis we studied is not unique or unrepeatable. Both in Mexico and in similar contexts, it is necessary to propose and implement alternatives that allow the integration of governments, populations, private and educational institutions, among others. Therefore, our objective is to contribute to this dialogue and to be active actors in the development of sustainable options that improve the capacity to respond to different types of social, economic, and environmental crises.

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