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The -SSE- tries to build complex relations of production, consumption, distribution and financing based on justice, cooperation, reciprocity and mutual help, In this study an ESS educational model for the development of Artisanal and Small Scale Mining (ASSM) that incorporates women in Colombia is proposed. The ASSM is the mining subsector where the situation of women is more precarious. a subsistence economy and are in serious situations of inequality. Promoting and educating for a social and solidarity ASSM with a strong gender focus could break down obstacles, stereotypes and build more equitable gender relations. An intersectional and differential approach complements the necessary analysis to address this problem and proposes local built models, that are flexible, participatory and liberating, where the economic, cultural and social causes of women´s labour are tackled with
Keywords: Social economy, Solidarity economy, education in values, women mining;
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