Reflections on Latin American Member Care

It is recognized that the member care movement in Latin America started around the 1999-2000s (O’Donnell 2011). In this article, I would like to introduce the idea that, symbolically, we could say that as a movement, Latin member care workers are in an adolescent stage. We have a lot of passion, but we are not well integrated or mature, and we do not have a clear identity.

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