“El racismo sigue siendo uno de los princi-pales monstruos que se mantienen despier-tos en la humanidad” [Racism remains one of the main monsters that keep awake inhumanity]. (Millaleo,2019 ,p.269)Two years ago, we discussed the relevance of territory for occupational justice and proposed a new concept occupational displacement(Pizarro et al., 2018 a, b). This concept invites discussion about the relationship between territory and occupational participation, together with the impact in occupation and well-being that the loss of the territory could imply for individuals and communities. Based on those premises, these paragraphs aim to reflect on the relationship between occupational displacement and racism, exploring the Mapuche–Chi-lean State conflict as an example.
|Translated title of the contribution||Commentary on occupational displacement and racism: The complex situation of Mapuche communities in Chile|
|Number of pages||7|
|Journal||Journal of Occupational Science|
|Publication status||E-pub ahead of print - 31 Mar 2021|