Thinking about the future of Latin America means considering the latest events and the role of the younger generations. Elements that interface with political, social, economic, etc. issues and that suggest that an approach to life is establishing itself among young people which allows them to be central in the dispute for the future.
The author considers the emergence of rural and community tourism in the Argentine village of Yariguar-enda. She reflects on implementing some policies aimed at the indigenous population and on the gradual affirmation of the enhancement of cultural diversity, albeit in a context with a robust neoliberal incidence. She also examines the tensions between the struggle to recover