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  • Items where Topic is "Culture, diversity and human development > Methods and tools" - HDRNet
    Citation JSON METS Object IDs OpenURL ContextObject Refer Reference Manager RSS 2 0 RSS 1 0 Atom HDRNet Library Resources Subject Areas 432 Culture diversity and human development 14 Methods and tools 1 Group by Author Document Type Select by author s surname Monograph Number of items at this level 1 Monograph Innovation for Development and South South Cooperation 2004 Restoration of Historical Sites and their Integral Development Documentation IDEASS

    Original URL path: http://hdrnet.org/view/subjects/22d.type.html (2016-05-01)
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  • Restoration of Historical Sites and their Integral Development - HDRNet
    Available under License Creative Commons Attribution Non commercial No Derivatives 959Kb Official URL http www ideassonline org Abstract The IDEASS Innovations for Development and North South Cooperation objective is to reinforce local development processes through the increased use of innovations in the field of human development and decent work The Restoration of Historical Centres is an example of how IDEASS recognizes the strategic importance of social and economic rehabilitation closely

    Original URL path: http://hdrnet.org/319/ (2016-05-01)
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  • Items where Topic is "Decentralized cooperation and territorial partnerships > Case studies" - HDRNet
    a territorial partnership in progress a community workshop Universitas Forum International Journal on Human Development and International Cooperation 1 2 ISSN 2070 6790 Velasco Olivarez Marco 2012 Public Policies of Social Economy and Dialogue with the Civil Society in Bolivia Universitas Forum International Journal on Human Development and International Cooperation ISSN 2070 6790 Chamberlain Paul and Toye Mike and Huot Geneviève and Gruet Émilien 2012 Co Construction of Public Policy for the Social Economy in Canada Universitas Forum International Journal on Human Development and International Cooperation ISSN 2070 6790 Barco Serrano Samuel 2012 Public Policies of Social Economy and Dialogue with Civil Society in Spain Universitas Forum International Journal on Human Development and International Cooperation ISSN 2070 6790 Nakintu Mbaziira Amina and Birungi Frances 2012 Women s Rights and Governance The KICOPA Experience in Uganda Universitas Forum International Journal on Human Development and International Cooperation 3 1 ISSN 2070 6790 Conference or Workshop Item Mesías González Rosendo 2002 Lessons from Old Havana The Planning of Local Sustainable Development In International Workshop of the Anti Poverty Partnerships Initiatives Trust Fund APPI Trust Fund Fighting Urban Poverty April 18 19 2002 Toronto Monograph UNDP UNOPS EDINFODEC Project Cooperazione Italiana 2004 Human Development Programme in Cuba APPI PDHL Project Report UNDP UNOPS Freres Christian 2005 An Overview of the Linkages Between Spain s Regions and Cuba Documentation Canadian Foundation for the Americas FOCAL Ianni Vanna 2004 La messa in opera della cooperazione decentrata spazi e strutture per una partecipazione multiattoriale Documentation ANCI Hunault Michel 2003 La coopération décentralisée et le processus d élargissement de l Union européenne Documentation Paris France Fondo Andaluz de Municipios para la Solidaridad Internacional 2007 Inventario de la Cooperación Descentralizada Andaluza y su contribución a los Objetivos del Milenio del periodo 2004 2006 Documentation FAMSI Spain Ianni Vanna 2006

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  • Ten Years of Decentralised Cooperation between the Cities of Chinon and Luang Prabang Sponsored by Unesco - HDRNet
    Non commercial No Derivatives 8Mb Abstract On the occasion of the celebration of the 10th anniversary of Luang Prabang s inscription on the World heritage list this brochure presents the spirit the concept the process the practice the partnerships the implementation and the achievements of this complex multi partner cooperation fostered by the World Heritage Centre and based on a city to city partnership between the city of Luang Prabang

    Original URL path: http://hdrnet.org/362/ (2016-05-01)
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  • Public Policies of Social Economy and Dialogue with Civil Society in Spain - HDRNet
    their implementation has reached a very high level in our country especially in some of its regions such as Andalousia and part of the Basque region due to a synchronization of favorable elements in each of the categories below We understand that the methodological tool with more significant explanatory power to understand the origin and of the implementation of these policies is that of community and political networks We also believe that in the analysis of a case such as that of public private collaboration in this specific domain the description of policies in place as well as an analysis of the actors and of their discourse have great explanatory power for drawing conclusions which can serve to better understand not only the origins of a particular policy but also its nature In the Spanish case we find ourselves in a political sub system that of political policies supporting the social economy which present a vast range and diversity of measures including cases with a high degree of sophistication and of innovation According to the classification of the politics of SUPPLY and DEMAND by Chaves 2002 in the first case we present all of the types of public policies available For example in the case of institutional policies we see that there exists a large number of important sites in the different divisions of public administrations usually at the administrative level the representative organizations of the social economy have developed with a significant level of technical abilities and relational capital and the judicial framework is rich and varied The decentralized political and administrative structure of the Spanish State favors in a certain way benchmarking and territorial innovation Among other types of measures it is important to underline those of a cognitive nature Therefore outside the more traditional measures of training

    Original URL path: http://hdrnet.org/662/ (2016-05-01)
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  • Co-Construction of Public Policy for the Social Economy in Canada - HDRNet
    have begun to gain currency as well though the term solidarity economy is rarely used in Canada The last decade has produced significant research and new literature on the social economy in Canada Public policy is a prominent theme in this work While the absence of a nationally consistent definition has made precise measurements of the size and scope of the social economy difficult to establish it is clear that the social economy is active in all the five theme areas under discussion at FIESS In Québec where the sector is highly organized an innovation system to support the development of the social economy includes several activities that are key to the strategic development of the social economy including consultation representation and promotion support for the development of collective enterprises financing human resource training and development and partnership research The paper presents some of the most notable illustrations of collaborative processes between civil society actors and all three levels of government in the development and implementation of supportive public policies In Quebec these include a provincial Summit that represented a breakthrough in civil society s role in public debate a government partnership for the administration of co operative development activities a provincial conference that laid the groundwork for the co construction of a government action plan to support the social economy and a municipal partnership to support the social economy by the City of Montréal In the rest of Canada a federal initiative to enhance access to capital training and research as well as a vehicle for co construction a provincial program to create local investment funds a provincial tax credit to support co operative development and various place based programs and initiatives are profiled On the whole Québec offers the only example of co ordinated and systematic strategies to

    Original URL path: http://hdrnet.org/660/ (2016-05-01)
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  • Lumi Vlore project (Valona, Albania): a territorial partnership "in progress", a community workshop - HDRNet
    in part due to the action of EU community programmes as well as to the spreading of a local development culture Human Development Programmes implemented by UN ART Initiative have shown a great capacity in galvanizing these experiences in the ART GOLD Country Programmes with the support of the ILS LEDA network This article presents an ongoing integrated programme of territorial cooperation in Albania that is being supported by several

    Original URL path: http://hdrnet.org/446/ (2016-05-01)
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  • An Overview of the Linkages Between Spain's Regions and Cuba - HDRNet
    http www focal ca Abstract This paper analyses the mutual interests and benefits for Cuba and for Spanish regions involved in decentralized cooperation From Cuba s perspective the author argues regional and institutional ties with Spain provide political economic and technical benefits On the part of Spanish regions it reflects a perceived need to project their identity abroad to compete in the international economy and to exert their autonomy vis

    Original URL path: http://hdrnet.org/351/ (2016-05-01)
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