Analysis the Human Rights of Artisans for Social Rescue of Tourism in Teotihuacan Valley, Visualized on Public Policy Networks Implementing ICT
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Case Studies | Tourism | Mexico | Volume 9 Issue 11, November 2020

Analysis the Human Rights of Artisans for Social Rescue of Tourism in Teotihuacan Valley, Visualized on Public Policy Networks Implementing ICT

Susana Esquivel Rios, Norma Lizbet Gonzalez Corona, Adriana Bustamante Almaraz

Crafts are emblematic symbols of a nation, its socio-cultural connotation is rooted in authentic traditional knowledge and regional customs that generate intangible rights which deserve to be legally protected, in order to facilitate its development as a true economic sector. It is common, in Mexico to resort to the protection of trademarks and copyrights, as well as to the denominations of origin, which are an ideal tool that not only provides protection to handicraft products and their creators, but also promotes the cultural identity of the country before the world; however, the role of the craftsman has been diminished at the beginning by the massive and industrialized production of crafts coming from abroad whose cost for their commercialization is considerably lower than that of a local artisan, as well as the inaccessibility to a dignified job, which means having the tools and adequate space for the production of handicrafts, the right to a public health system, vacations, pensions and even the participation in institutional support for the improvement of their products. Moreover, their opportunities are diminished in the access to a higher education system, in the same way the fact that in a particular way in the Valley of Teotihuacan there isn't a geographic information system that compiles information about the number of craftsmen that there are in the region and that describes the process as they develop their work and the training courses received. This leads not only to the weakening of the production of handicrafts but also to the loss of the culture of the local community, to the weakening of the touristy system of the region, which is why with this research we intend to carry out a register of the craftsmen of the Valley of Teotihuacan, as well as a survey of the activities and products that they carry out through the use of TICS for the precise registration of the handicraft work that they perform, the techniques, materials and strategies used in the production of their crafts with the purpose of dignifying their work by projecting it as a tourist tool that allows the flow of tourists, thus improving their quality of life.

Keywords: Artisans, human rights, Teotihuacan Valley, Tourism, ICT

Edition: Volume 9 Issue 11, November 2020

Pages: 94 - 99

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Susana Esquivel Rios, Norma Lizbet Gonzalez Corona, Adriana Bustamante Almaraz, "Analysis the Human Rights of Artisans for Social Rescue of Tourism in Teotihuacan Valley, Visualized on Public Policy Networks Implementing ICT", International Journal of Science and Research (IJSR), https://www.ijsr.net/search_index_results_paperid.php?id=SR201021021829, Volume 9 Issue 11, November 2020, 94 - 99

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