It is one of the most important archaeological sites to see in the entire world, which includes 200 buildings impressively constructed in harmony with the natural terrain.These ancient ruins sit atop an Andean mountain plateau nearly 8,000 feet above sea level, and if you need motivation to exercise this is certainly it: after your walk up you’ll be rewarded with some seriously stunning views over Sacred Valley in Peru. Sitting on the border of Brazil and Argentina, Iguazo Falls is the largest waterfalls system in the world, made up of roaring cascades and gentler falling streams surrounded by rainforest and wildlife.
In recent decades, many researchers have criticized the main thrust of employment studies that assimilate work with a paid activity performed for the market, demonstrating that paid participation in the production of goods and services is not enough to satisfy human needs and to preserve social cohesion.
For several decades now, time use studies have provided a mass of information on the manner in which people use their time, contributing data on the unequal distribution of total work, both paid and unpaid, between women and men, and they can be used in turn to calculate the economic value that unpaid work time contributes to economies.
This allows us to formulate policies that will address social needs in terms of care-giving through social co-responsibility, translating responsibilities from the family to the public and the private sphere.
Experience in the region indicates a promising path for moving forward both in terms of political impact, with a view to placing the issue firmly on the public agenda, and in the production of new knowledge that will improve the design of instruments and deepen the analysis of available information. Where does unpaid work stand in current debates onwell-being? Experience with surveys on time use and unpaid work inthe region .-- III.
To make a long story short: there is lots to do and explore in South America.