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Date:  12/8/2017 
ECLAC has continued offering the course on “Planificación participativa para el cambio estructural”, which, to date, has had 200 student participants. The purpose of the course is to share theoretical frameworks and case studies in the development of best practices in the region. It is also a methodological exercise on how to carry out a strategy of participation in the construction of public policies. A manual has also been published: “La planificación participativa para lograr un cambio estructural con igualdad: las estrategias de participación ciudadana en los procesos de planificación multi-escalar“.

The Sixth Meeting of the Negotiating Committee of the Regional Agreement on Access to Information, Public Participation and Access to Justice in Environmental Matters in Latin America and the Caribbean (Principle 10), was organized by ECLAC and the government of Brazil in March 2017. The Meeting was aimed towards reaching a regional agreement on rights of access to environmental information, participation and justice, enshrined in Principle 10 of the Rio Declaration on Environment and Development (Rio + 20).

During the month of October 2017, the Preparatory Meeting of the Sixth Ministerial Conference on the Information Society of Latin America and the Caribbean was held at the ECLAC headquarters in Santiago, Chile, in which representatives of the countries of Latin America and the Caribbean began the process of discussing the new regional digital agenda, eLAC2020. Within the framework of this meeting, the commitments assumed in the current digital agenda, known as eLAC2018, were evaluated. The agenda considers the use of digital technologies as instruments of sustainable development, while delineating areas of action and objectives of the eLAC2020 agenda. It will be approved at the Sixth Ministerial Conference to be held in April 2018 in Colombia.
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Date:  4/11/2017 
The Sixth Meeting of the Negotiating Committee of the Regional Agreement on Access to Information, Public Participation and Access to Justice in Environmental Matters in Latin America and the Caribbean (Principle 10), was organized by ECLAC and the government of Brazil in March 2017, toward reaching a regional agreement this year on rights of access to environmental information, participation and justice, enshrined in Principle 10 of the Rio Declaration on Environment and Development (Rio+20).
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Date:  6/8/2016 
ECLAC has continued to lecture the course of "Participatory Planning for Structural Change" with the participation 200 students to date, and aims to share theoretical and practical cases of best practices of development in the region, and carry out a methodological exercise on how to implement a strategy for citizen participation in the development of public policies. ECLAC has also published the manual on "Participatory Planning to achieve a Structural Change with equality: strategies for citizen participation in multi-scale planning processes ".
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