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.
A call for Project Ideas for sericulture entrepreneurs was launched within the framework of the Seda Project and with the financial support of the European Union through the ADELANTE Programme. The initiative seeks to strengthen value-added initiatives in the silk production chain that are sustainable, with a gender perspective and that contribute to poverty alleviation in vulnerable sectors.
Argentina's National Institute of Industrial Technology (INTI) improved the building infrastructure of "La Usina" Agro-ecological Center in Santiago del Estero, a province in northern Argentina. This space, dedicated to sericulture, will specialize in the production of fiber processing and silk reeling machines.
"The SENA Entrepreneurship Model: more than a Mission... a passion!" (¡Modelo de Emprendimiento SENA más que una Misión…! ¡Una pasión! ) is a publication by the SENA National Coordination for Entrepreneurship (Coordinación Nacional de Emprendimiento del SENA) aimed at providing the entities of the Mesoamerican countries that seek to promote entrepreneurship with an overview of all the methodologies, experiences and techniques used within their model of services.
On 28 and 29 November 2019, the 2nd Meeting of Women Entrepreneurs of the Mirada Ciudadana Project was held at the Casa de la Cultura of the Municipality of Rio Branco, with the participation of 90 people, including 69 women, as well as authorities from the municipalities of Candiotta and Aceguá Brasil, and from the department of Cerro Largo.
As part of the initiatives of the Mirada Ciudadana Project, the Second Meeting of Women Entrepreneurs was held on 28 and 29 November in the municipality of Rio Branco. This event was attended by nearly 100 women entrepreneurs, local authorities and partners from the productive sector related to business development issues.
On 13 November 2019, at the Centro Cívico para la Paz de Guararí, in Heredia, Costa Rica, the Regional Project Strengthening Restorative Justice was presented to international representatives of the European Union's ADELANTE Programme.
As part of the actions developed by the Regional Project Strengthening Restorative Justice, which is financed by the European Union's ADELANTE Programme, the Magistrate of the Criminal Cassation Chamber Rafael Segura Bonilla presented, on 26 November 2019, the Restorative Justice campaign entitled: "Repairing is better than punishing".