Julia Pomares, who held this position since 2015, says goodbye to the organization.
2020 was the year of our 20th anniversary. We wanted to celebrate it, but reality prevailed and we decided to do what we know best. We are proud of the work we did.
This was expressed by the German Federal Minister for Foreign Affairs during the launch of the Future Forum, a joint initiative between CIPPEC and the German Embassy in Buenos Aires.
Who are the workers hardest hit by the pandemic? In which sectors do they work? In which countries? This dataset aims to answer this by analyzing a set of variables related to health and economic risks.
Gender mainstreaming in the COVID-19 policy response. Fostering equality during the pandemic and beyond.
In a context of intermittent lockdowns, economic crisis, and sanitary uncertainty, the pandemic is widening the gaps, as the most underprivileged populations register income declines and increased health and social risks.
City governments in the Global South are working to improve informal settlements. However, upgrading programs rarely integrate climate resilience initiatives. The current investment in urban integration is an opportunity to include urban greening in the political agenda.
The outbreak of COVID-19 has accelerated the digitalizaton of large parts of societies and economies, and the process of transformation into digital societies.
The introduction of technology in the House of Representatives of the Argentine Nation, due to COVID-19, offers an opportunity to rethink legislative work and to pursue reforms to modernize its management. This document analyzes that process.
This publication is a summary of “Modernizing the House of Representatives: Adaptations during the pandemic”, a document by CIPPEC’s Political Institutions Program.