We seek to work with all the groups involved in the development process: different levels of government, specific communities, citizens, the private sector, and academia and other civil society actors. We aim is to promote inclusive, participatory, and human-rights-led sustainable development.

We structure our work into five areas that interact constantly to develop activities such as trainings and technical assistance, lobbying, research, development of policy proposals, strategic litigation and outreach awareness campaigns.

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Right to Access to Information Day

Every September 28 we celebrate the International Day of Access to Public Information in order to promote government transparency and raise awareness among citizens in the exercise of this human right. This day has been held since 2002, following…

We participate in a discussion on climate change

On September 25 of this year, we participated in a discussion together with other NGOs from Latin America and the Caribbean, in which we discussed the collaborative work carried out this year: «Climate Change and the Rights of Women, Indigenous…

The province on fire, again

Native forest ecosystems, no less than a month after the last fires, are again affected by this phenomenon, causing immeasurable environmental damage. Even though drought conditions constitute a variable that increases the risk of fire, these,…

Argentina ratified the Escazú Agreement

In a special session held yesterday, the Chamber of Deputies approved the bill to ratify the Escazú Agreement. With this act, only the ratification of a Latin American and Caribbean State would remain for its subsequent entry into force. “Below,…

The V Regional Forum on Business and Human Rights for Latin America and the Caribbean was held

The V Regional Forum on Business and Human Rights in Latin America and the Caribbean, which was held virtually on this occasion, focused mainly on the vulnerabilities that were deepened by the current situation of the COVID-19 pandemic in…

The United States candidate, Mauricio Claver-Carone, was elected as the new president of the IDB

Through a virtual meeting, the Board of Governors of the IDB elected the North American candidate, Mauricio Claver-Carone, as president of the Bank. “Below, we offer a google translate version of the original article in Spanish. This translation…

MOCI - monitoreo ciudadano en proyectos de infraestructura

{el entramado} Contamos historias. Acercamos Realidades.




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