The Mirada Ciudadana project has held today, together with experts from the European Union's ADELANTE programme, a workshop called "Efficient communication to strengthen municipal management" aimed at representatives of the communication areas of municipalities from the Cerro Largo Government as well as officials from the various partner municipalities of the project.
Within the framework of the Mirada Ciudadana Project, a workshop was held today to introduce the guides developed by the project's technical team, which deal with topics such as communication, citizen participation, the power of citizenry and the incorporation of the gender perspective from a practical point of view.
The Fifty-eighth Session of the Commission for Social Development of the United Nations Economic and Social Council is taking place in New York City, USA, from 10 to 19 February 2020. The priority Theme is: "Affordable housing and social protection systems for all to address homelessness".
The Mirada Ciudadana Project's coordinator and experts have been working on the preparation of the activities that will be carried out in February and March of this year.
It was held in the presence of Mayor Dr. Pablo Duarte together with directors and various authorities of institutions in the area, linked to the support of this section of the population. The Mirada Ciudadana Project contributed to the institutional strengthening work, in this case aimed at the Secretariat of the Elderly people and its Head, Mrs. Gloria Lucas. This card can be applied for by any person over 60 and brings benefits such as discounts on various purchases, tourism, accommodation, tickets to shows and so on, throughout the country as well as locally.
The Paper called "The Added Value of Triangular Cooperation - Lessons Learned from the ADELANTE Programme" was officially presented in Brussels on 27 January 2020. Representatives from Latin American and Caribbean countries, as well as from other regions and several Member States, together with a number of people from DEVCO directorates and units, and from the social, business and academic sectors crowded into DEVCO's Info Point to learn about the outcome of this OECD - European Union joint exercise.
The Strengthen Restorative Justice Regional Project, led by the Costa Rican Judiciary, which is being implemented in conjunction with the Colombian and Mexican Judiciaries, and financed by the European Union's ADELANTE Programme, started in February 2017 and ended yesterday with the presentation of the redesigned Restorative Justice website and the results report.
On the occasion of the International Day for the Elimination of Violence against Women, the EVALÚA project, financed by the EU within the framework of the ADELANTE programme, together with its Uruguayan partner, the Oficina de Planeamiento y Presupuesto (Office of Planning and Budget), presented the results of the Evaluation of the 2016-2019 Action Plan for a Life Free of Gender Violence with a Generational Perspective, against the backdrop of the Action called "Living with
The results of the implementation of the Red Calle Project (2017- 2019) will be presented at the forum. It will also seek to formalize the institutional commitments to be assumed by the Member States for the future continuity of the RED CALLE project. Delegations from the Network's member countries and a local audience made up of representatives from social organizations in Costa Rica will participate.