From Latin indoles, nature is the condition or nature of things. The concept is also used to name the own natural inclination decade human being . For example: "The UN has recalled that attacks of all kinds on the civilian population will be condemned", "I will not tolerate such comments in my company", "The investigators found no evidence of any kind that proved that the defendant was at the scene of the crime".
The notion of nature is associated with a class or yet set . If you say that one person It is suffering problems of an economic nature, reference is being made to what inconveniences it is experiencing are linked to money, such as lack of work or the existence of a debt it cannot pay.
A soccer player who appears at a press conference and clarifies that he will only answer questions of a sports nature, is warning journalists that he will not talk about his private life or about other issues that exceed football. Thus, if asked about his divorce, the athlete may indicate that he has already clarified that he will not talk about it.
When mention is made of "All kinds" or to "Diverse nature", the expression is linked to something that exceeds a single condition or category. A lacking school that needs help of all kinds to subsist is asking for ample collaboration, since it requires everything from supplies to food and shelter for children. If it is indicated that you need help of a kind educationalInstead, it will be requiring supplies, books, etc.
Nature It is also the name of a fiction publisher that focuses on the literature from El Salvador and it was founded in 2006. Since then, they have published poetry, memory and narrative of more than sixty writers, including Álvaro Menen Desleal, Miguel Huezo Mixco, Waldo Chávez Velasco and Claribel Alegría.
International Amnesty It is a movement that has more than 3 million followers and activists that are distributed in more than 150 countries and struggles to end the terrible abuses that are committed daily against rights of people. In one of his publications, he deals with some of the cases of "torture and ill-treatment of a racist nature"that take place in Spain and that are carried out by state agents, that remain unpunished and that continue to terrorize thousands of individuals for whom contempt is their current currency.
Some of the cases of nature racist that are covered in this report are the following: a case of a gypsy family, both adults and children, who suffers torture and humiliation in a Madrid police station; a street vendor from Senegal who is arrested and physically assaulted by the Galician police; a Moroccan boy who is taken illegally from Melilla, where he was trying to find his life, to a border by the police so that he cannot return to the city, given his tiredness and poor diet; a Brazilian woman who, while in custody, is raped and whom the police refuse to help.
Just as homophobia, racism is part of the current reality, since it is rooted in our societies and is reinforced through comments made in the cinema, television, press and literature, which are translated into life. Everyday and scenarios where they hurt directly. The words derogatory in nature they are only the starting point of a series of tortures and humiliations that end the life of a large number of people every year.