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  • ART Universitas: what is it?

    ART Universitas is one of the international network programmes associated with the ART Initiative, designed to involve universities from the countries of the South and North associated with ART in university-level training, research and knowledge dissemination related to local human development and multilateral cooperation.

    Innovación Tecnológica y Sistemas Productivos Locales (SPL)

    This work try to emphasize the importance of the renovation of the LPS - particularly in Europe and the role they have carried out in the last quarter of century in a context of deep productive, technological, commercial and financial changes. After introducing an outline of the LPS concept that is used in the work, in the first part the author presents the main transformations derived from the Fordist crisis and analyses the evolution of the SPL from the crisis of the traditional regions. Th...

    A roundtable discussion on decentralization, local development and women’s empowerment

    A roundtable discussion on decentralization, local development and women’s empowerment The experiences from Africa, Asia, Latin America and North America show how women at the local level have innovated existing tools, mechanisms and methodologies, to better address their needs and aspirations, often in the context of poverty and marginalization. However, many issues remain open, including how to expand, consolidate and scale up their achievements at the local level so that they can infl...

    Facilitating Gender Equitable Local Development: GELD Mozambique

    In 2009, UN Women and the United Nations Capital Development Fund (UNCDF) launched the Gender Equitable Local Development (GELD) Programme in five African countries: Mozambique, Rwanda, Senegal, Sierra Leone, and Tanzania. The three-year Programme’s central aim is to improve women’s access to resources and services at the local level through gender-responsive planning, programming and budgeting. GELD provides technical and financial support to local governments to plan, budget, and implement ...

    PRODERE Report

    In 1994, Guatemalan sociologist Edelberto Torres Rivas wrote this detailed report on the inter-agency UN program PRODERE, implemented in Central America from the end of the 1980s. The author analyses the role played by PRODERE in promoting legality, in the framework of respect of human rights and human development: the key elements of the program. The report describes and analyzes the PRODERE experience as an institutional practice that can be used in other regions affected by conflict. Inspi...
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