Desigualdades y derechos sociales en el contexto de la pandemia de COVID-19: la solidaridad internacional como marco bioético
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Albuquerque, A. (2022). Desigualdades y derechos sociales en el contexto de la pandemia de COVID-19: la solidaridad internacional como marco bioético. Revista Colombiana De Bioética, 17(1). https://doi.org/10.18270/rcb.v17i1.3974

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Propósito/Contexto. Este artículo tiene como objetivo discutir los impactos de la pandemia CO-VID-19 en los derechos sociales - el derecho a la salud, el derecho al trabajo, el derecho a la edu-cación y el derecho a una alimentación adecuada.

Metodología/Enfoque. El enfoque metodológico que sustenta la elaboración de este artículo es teórico, cuyo alcance es desarrollar aportes teóricos y aplicarlos a un objeto particular

Resultados/Hallazgos. El artículo hace una contribución teórica al debate en lo que respecta a las repercusiones en el ámbito de la desigualdad social, y proponer la solidaridad internacional como un marco bioético universal para apoyar medidas globales para abordar tales impactos.

Discusión/Conclusiones/Contribuciones. Se concluye que el marco de solidaridad internacional brinda sustento teórico y una herramienta discursiva y normativa con miras a fortalecer los esfuer-zos globales para enfrentar los efectos de la pandemia COVID-19.

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