Por: Piedad Andrea Forero Rueda
This research allows us to understand and know how families who have suffered deterritoriaization, because of forced displacement have had to leave their territories of origin, to seek a stability not only emotional but also material, linking, orientation identities and daily routines, since the territory is a fundamental referent for the lives of the subjects, the majority of the displaced are of rural origin, which makes it even more difficult to appropriate and adapt to other territories thar are often urban. When arriving at these new territories they have to face countless difficulties, and the main one is to find a roof to live, which implies a reterritorialization and material, cultural, symbolic and aesthetic appropiation of their new territories, in this case free housing granted by the National Government, specifically the Plaza de la Hoja, which is a free housing project (PVG) that is located in the central part of the city for the inclusion of these families in urban life.
Universidad Externado de Colombia
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