Maritza Lopez McBean

Community Organizing for Neighborhood Transformation: Facing Evolving Challenges

  • Sociology and Political Science

The Integral Neighborhood Transformation Workshops (TTIBs, Spanish acronym) are community organizations that use a comprehensive and participatory work approach, involving government, social institutions, and the population in the transformations each community needs. These innovative forms of community involvement in today's revolutionary Cuba deserve greater visibility. They have received renewed attention as the government revitalizes initiatives to transform vulnerable communities, especially after the protests on July 11, 2021. Their origins, social significance, main functions, forms in which they structure themselves, outstanding challenges in the way to their sustained success, and main results require a close examination.

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