CIPPEC’s international cooperation projects and outreach in 2021

Learn about the research and public policy formulation projects in which CIPPEC participated together with think tanks, the private sector, development agencies and multilateral organizations in Latin America and the world

Since its founding, CIPPEC has strengthened its cooperation links with a great number of partners, including the academia, the private sector, government agencies, trade unions, other NGOs, multilateral organizations, and local communities.

CIPPEC defines its strategic research agenda and projects with a dual perspective: the needs of the local agenda and the opportunities of the international context. The local agenda allows us to contribute to those issues that play a critical role in Argentina’s growth and the quality of life of its citizens. In parallel, the global context confronts us with challenges that have emerged in recent years and that are not unique to a specific country or region. 

That is why, for 21 years, we have reconciled these two agendas through eight public policy programs that that produce evidence, data, and proposals with an interdisciplinary perspective, together with research networks from Argentina and the world. 2021 was no exception.

With the international cooperation support, we participated in more than 40 research and public policy projects on education, justice, future of work, elections and transparency, among others.

These are the projects CIPPEC carried out with the support of the international cooperation during 2021:

  • FoWiGS: A Netowork on Digital Innovations and the Future of Work in the Global South (International Development Research Center – IDRC)
  • Diagnosis and diversity: Contributions to a strategic framework for promoting gender equality in development projects (Agence Française de Développement – AFD)
  • Future Forum: Argentina and Germany: Energy ties and digital transformation (German Embassy in Buenos Aires)
  • Our Common Agenda: How COVID-19 has accelerated the future of work (Southern Voice)
  • LAC Regional: Public Policies for Restarting Economies (Center for International Private Enterprise – CIPE)
  • What can we do to address COVID-19 in informal neighborhoods? The Barrio 31 case (Inter-American Development Bank – IADB)
  • Towards Fair Work in the Platform Economy: Fairwork Argentina Ratings 2020 (IDB Lab)
  • Partnership for Action on Green Economy (PAGE): Diagnosis of environmental and economic performance (United Nations Environment Programme – UNEP)
  • Development of The Collaborative Economy in Cities as an Instrument to Promote Social Inclusion, Entrepreneurship and Innovation (Multilateral Investment Fund, Inter-American Development Bank – IADB)
  • Towards a new housing policy in Bolivia. Analysis of the housing market and proposals for the sector (Inter-American Development Bank – IADB)
  • Responses to COVID-19 and its Impacts on Popular Neighborhoods (Inter-American Development Bank – IADB)
  • TELL ME – Training for Education, Learning and Leadership towards a new Metropolitan discipline (European Union / Politecnico di Milano)
  • Multisectoral Partnerships: Developing a Conceptual Framework and Typology for Multisectoral Partnerships in Education (Inter-American Development Bank – IADB)
  • Educating in post-pandemic times. How to enhance the digital transformation of the educational system in Argentina (Inter-American Development Bank – IADB)
  • Provincial Educational Responses to COVID-19 (Inter-American Development Bank – IADB)
  • SSHRC Connections Grant: COVID-19 and the Global Education Emergency (Western Ontario)
  • AID FLOWS II & III: Combatting Corrosive Capital in Argentina, Bolivia, and Chile (Center for International Private Enterprise – CIPE)
  • Support to Santa Fe Province for the Formulation of a 2021 Budget with a Gender Perspective (Agence Française de Développement – AFD)
  • CIPE COVID-19 and Kleptocracy (Center for International Private Enterprise – CIPE)
  • Development and strengthening of the institutional capacities of the Ministry of Public Works, associated to the results-based management approach: Process Map and Set of Management Indicators (Organización de Estados Iberoamericanos – OEI)
  • Promoting integrity, anti-corruption and accountability in State Owned Enterprises –  Phase IV (Center for International Private Enterprise – CIPE)
  • Remote work and COVID-19 emergency: an opportunity for public innovation, digitalisation and better civil service in Argentine provinces (British Embassy in Buenos Aires)
  • Transparency and Access to Public Information in Times of Pandemic in Latin America (Latin American Anticorruption Network – REAL, Espacio Público)
  • Transparency and Good Governance in Federal Transfers During the COVID-19 Emergency (British Embassy in Buenos Aires)
  • Electoral Campaigns and Technology: 2021 Elections in Latin America (National Democratic Institute – NDI)
  • Building Legitimacy Through Procedural Justice in Argentina (National Endowment for Democracy – NED)
  • The impact of COVID-19 on SDG16 in Latin America (Southern Voice)
  • Social impact of criminalization of quarantine violations on vulnerable groups (Espacio Público)
  • Diminishing [global] information and knowledge asymmetries (Southern Voice)
  • Quality of access to information on public services in poor neighborhoods of the City of Buenos Aires (Tides Foundation)
  • Evaluation of credit operations for Banco de Desarrollo de América Latina – CA (Banco de Desarrollo de América Latina – CAF)
  • Global Program: Shaping Business Norms that Strengthen Trust in Democratic and Market Institutions – Support to T20 network (Center for International Private Enterprise – CIPE)
  • Women’s economic autonomy in times of COVID19: supporting the switch on plan for the city of Buenos Aires from a gender perspective (British Embassy in Buenos Aires)
  • Consensus to guarantee the rights of children and adolescents (The United Nations Children’s Fund – UNICEF)
  • Family care dynamics in times of crises (UNSDG Fund; United Nations Development Programme – UNDP)
  • The Gender of Work: From Evidence to Action (International Labor Organization – OIT; UN Women; United Nations Development Programme – UNDP)
  • Gender differences in daily mobility: a challenge to women’s economic autonomy (Inter-American Development Bank – IADB)
  • Implementing care policies in Argentina: a lever for economic recovery after the Covid-19 emergency (Group for the Analysis of Development – GRADE; Southern Voice)
  • Putting Children First: Latin American Approaches (Southern Voice)
  • Pyramids in Argentina. Opportunities and challenges to address poverty in a context of population aging (United Nations Population Fund – UNFPA)

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