To change education, we must change the world and its asymmetries between rich and poor and also between developing and developed countries. For such a reason, we have to empower the people, Paredes stressed.
According to Paredes, the Covid-19 pandemic forces inequalities globally and its impact on the most vulnerable and the need for an inclusive education system.
Regarding Venezuela, we experienced two pandemics at the same time, Covid-19 and the imperialist one with its criminal unilateral coercive measures, which have caused death and suffering, he condemned by referring to the US government’s crusade to stifle Venezuela´s economy for not subordinating itself to US interests.
Ángel Paredes warned that the US sanctions against Caracas are intended to harm and destroy Venezuela´s domestic economy, with no success but causing great damage to the Venezuelan people and its education system.
Unilateral coercive US measures limit Venezuelans´ right to education, impact on students and teachers and also harm our humanistic social development project, but they are being defeated. pll/jcm/wmr