Review research profiles using URACCAN's CCRISAC methodology
Team of experts analyzing the research proposals of teachers of the Las Minas campus.
José Garth Medina

This methodology is based on the reality of the original peoples.

The Committee of Research, Vice-Chancellor, Research and Postgraduates, as well as tutors and graduates of the Master's Degree in Intercultural Communication with Gender Approach, reviewed eight research profiles that will be carried out with the CCRISAC methodology (Cultivation and Breeding of Wisdoms and Knowledge) in the university extensions of Las Minas and the Siuna campus.

The Carolina Blanco Marchena master's degree, research and postgraduate coordinator at URACCAN Las Minas, reported that she met with a professional team who have had CCRISAC research experience, to feed back the profiles and accompany the research process.

"I think the working session with the team was very fruitful and I hope that we will soon be able to share these products of these socialization spaces with the university community in October," said teacher Blanco Marchena.

The Sergio Rodríguez master's degree, teacher and researcher, assured that this is the second stage of a process that began with URACCAN research teachers to strengthen the work within the Intercultural Community Model from a research point of view.

In this sense, for Master Rodriguez, these researches with the CCRISAC methodology give way to the research agenda that URACCAN establishes and "the other thing is that it links us directly with the communities and leaves us a practice of being able to share all the processes that are carried out within the framework of the research".

Research with the CCRISAC methodology allows us to recreate the realities that our mixed, indigenous and Afro-descendant peoples live in the Caribbean Coast of Nicaragua.