According to Chibcha language the “Cucha” is a woman more beautiful than the rainbow and “Pacha” means the earth but not only from the conception of space, means simultaneously time and space.
Throughout history a silent component has marked great contributions; the feminine dimension: heroic, majestic, fertile, peaceful, protective, natural, universal, cosmic, has contributed to humankind.
There have been many transcendent manifestations all through historical events and it is a continuous process, its contribution to the exercise of pacification and the input to the consolidation of societies. The feminine is associated with the forces of nature, the original peoples of the Americas associated it with the collection and preservation of seeds, ancestral tradition that have prevailed nowadays.
The palette of colors of my proposal is inspired precisely by the polychromy of pictographs found in Latin America, these forms of expression as well as the feminine contribution have no time, and are shaped to leave the messages to future generations.
I want to return to the origin, as native of Colombia a multi-ethnic country; I am the product of that interculturality, On one side are my Amerindian ancestors: The “Pijao” a nation that struggled to maintain its intangible heritage and on the other hand my European ancestors of Hispanic origin.
The indigenous nation don’t have "The Gender Gap" because everyone contributes equally for a common weal, they don’t have femicides, the respect they have for nature; "La Pacha" or the term-hybrid "Pachamama" goes beyond our imagination. The Eternal feminine is indeed, rescuing this heritage, living it, valuing it, sharing it, preserving it, for future generations.
Interdisciplinary groups around the world study the feminine participation in the global economy, taking care of children, the elderly, the sick or people with disabilities. The care economy remains as the outlying other, of mainstream economics and the dominant approaches of social and development policies misconceived its relevance. The care economy makes a decisive contribution to Gross Domestic Product GDP without this grassroots economy the world can’t function, and we experienced it in the Covid-19 pandemic. But, as long as this possibility is denied, the world will never be a fair, equal and sustainable place.
Non-recognition of these rights and the generalized absence of minorities from higher-level political, administrative and professional post is a source of frustration. A further important aspect is the Matilda effect; a bias against acknowledging the achievements