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This conviction that a good education is the greatest wealth and the main resource of a country and its citizens has become more and more widespread in contemporary societies, which have increasingly developed national education systems to achieve their goals in this area. Looking at the process from a historical perspective, it can be said that all countries have paid considerable attention to their education and training systems, seeking to adapt them as best as possible to changing circumstances and to the expectations placed on them at each historical moment.
As a result, education systems have undergone a great deal of evolution, to the point where they now have characteristics that are clearly different from those they had at the time of their creation. And from this derives both their dynamic nature and the need to continue updating them on an ongoing basis.
This conviction about the need to achieve school success for all young people led the Ministry of Education and Science to promote a debate in 2004 based on the publication of the document A quality education for all and among all. In accordance with the results of the debate, the 2006 Organic Law on Education (LOE) endorsed the undeniable objective of providing quality education to all citizens at all levels of the education system, i.e., education based on the combination of the principles of quality and equity.
The authors of the proposal, entitled “Security is also a right”, are the leftist César Valenzuela (Socialist Party) and the rightist Ruggero Cozzi (National Renewal), but it is also supported by representatives of the Broad Front and Non-Neutral Independents. In addition, it was supported by various mayors of the Metropolitan Region and regions.
The next step will be for the initiative to pass to a commission where it will be discussed and voted on, and if it reaches a simple majority, the proposal will pass to the plenary, where it will need the support of two thirds of the 155 members to be approved.
“For me, citizen security has to be the first great agreement, because democracies cannot function if the State is not capable of fulfilling its duty to exercise legitimately, with respect for human rights, the monopoly of force to ensure that people can exercise their rights in freedom. This is a great first agreement”, pointed out Cozzi in El Primer Café.
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GeneralGender issues and humanitarian assistance in the Inter-Agency Standing Committee (IASC)Global Protection ClusterWorking Group Gender-based Violence Area of Responsibility (AoR)Protection from Sexual Exploitation and Abuse (PSEA)
OverviewMulti-sectoral modelMulti-dimensional modelMerging the models: a comprehensive responsePhased implementation of the emergencyCross-cutting strategic priorities.
Peacekeeping missions and UN country teamsMonitoring, analysis and reporting on sexual violence in conflictNational action plans Coordination functionsImplementation of a coordination mechanismEnsuring collaborative leadership
Staff recruitment/assessmentStaff codes of conductStaff training and capacity buildingAdditional strategies for building staff competencyStaff well-being and the challenge of burn-outStaff rotation in humanitarian situationsPromotion
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One of the purposes of the MIPG is that the entities have a clear short and medium-term horizon, with the objective of focusing management processes on the achievement of results that guarantee rights, satisfy the needs and address the problems of citizens.
Taking into account that the MIPG seeks to facilitate the management of the entities and orient it towards the achievement of results, through the third dimension of the Model, Management with Values for Results, it seeks to set in motion the trajectories of policy implementation defined in the Strategic Direction dimension.
Thus, Management with Values for Results groups together a set of policies, practices and instruments whose purpose is to enable the organization to carry out those activities that will lead it to achieve the proposed results, as well as to materialize the decisions of its institutional planning.
These policies are intended to allow entities to maintain a constant and fluid interaction with citizens in a transparent and participatory manner, providing excellent service and facilitating the guarantee of the exercise of citizens’ rights through the effective delivery of products, services and information.
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