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27 August, 2021

The Government of Chile, in its capacity as chair of COP25, will hold the Regional Conference on Climate Change and Gender Equality in September 2021, through its ministries of the Environment, Foreign Affairs and Women and Gender Equality. The event is supported by the European Union, through its EUROsociAL+ and EUROCLIMA+ programmes, with the technical support of the Economic Commission for Latin America and the Caribbean (ECLAC) as key strategic partners in climate action and to fill in the spaces between the 2030 Agenda and the Sustainable Development Goals. The encounter also has the collaboration of the United Nations System of Chile and the Grand Duchy of Luxembourg.

18 August, 2021

In a new session of the cycle of Debates "EU-Chile Counterpoints for the Constituent Process", organised by the European Union Delegation in Chile in conjunction with a group of Chilean universities, the Italian academic Laura Fregolent and the Austrian specialist Susanne Bauer, experts from the EU EUROsociAL+ Programme, spoke about the social housing model in Italy and in the city of Vienna, respectively.

9 August, 2021

The right to social protection was the subject of a new cycle of debates "Chile-EU Counterpoints for the constituent process". Robert Bijl, chairman of the Humanitas Supervisory Council, and Ana Mohedano, deputy secretary general of the Ibero-American Social Security Organisation, agreed that each country’s reality is decisive for generating social transformations.

2 August, 2021

The Council of the Judiciary in Ecuador and the EU-EUROsociAL+ Programme, through its Gender Equality Policies Department and coordinated by Expertise France, facilitate exchanging experiences on online trials in cases of gender violence.

23 July, 2021

On 20 April 2021, the Inter-American Juridical Committee, an advisory body to the Organization of American States (OAS), unanimously approved the "Updated Principles on Privacy and the Protection of Personal Data, with Annotations". In the process of drafting these principles, the Inter-American Juridical Committee consulted a series of international actors, including the Ibero-American Data Protection Network and the Inter-American Commission of Women.

19 July, 2021

The right to education is one of the central issues that will be discussed by the Constitutional Convention, the body that has now begun its sessions and whose mission will be to draft a new fundamental text in a period of nine months to replace the Chilean Magna Carta.

9 July, 2021

The European Union Programme and Costa Rica presented the report on the analysis of results for the 2018–2020 period, a document that shows how more than twenty public policies have been improved in the Central American country.

28 June, 2021

The European Union EUROsociAL+ programme has supported the SICA Regional Integrated Social Policy (PSIR-SICA) 2020-2040 and the Plan for Recovery, Social Reconstruction and Resilience in Central America and the Dominican Republic (3R Plan).

22 June, 2021

EUROsociAL+ and CLACSO present the report “Mapping Initiatives by Civil Society Organisations to Combat the COVID-19 Pandemic”

20 June, 2021

On 8 and 10 June, Sessions I and II of Roundtable VI, Fundamental Rights, were held to discuss the contributions the European experience can offer in configuring the new Chilean Constitution in relation to the formulation of a catalogue of rights and the mechanisms for guaranteeing them.