So we don't get left behind: Indigenous Women in front of the SDGs
Peru is marked by inequalities that have condemned generations to survive in precarious conditions and deprivation. The great promise of “inclusion” has not led to social progress. However, a period of several years of economic boom created the fantasy of Peru becoming a middle-income country and thus, in a position to join the Organization for Economic Cooperation and Development (OECD). From 2014 onwards, an economic slowdown began to be felt and reduced revenue was collected for the national treasury.