The impact of citizen participation on governance in Europe and Latin America
7 September, 2021
We are at a time in which Latin America and Europe are experiencing a severe crisis of legitimacy and the loss of prestige of both their political parties and democratic institutions. The polarisation of public opinion and social discontent has been exacerbated by the COVID crisis, which has exposed existing inequalities. For this reason, in this podcast the FIIAPP-promoted EUROsociAL+ Governance Area discusses citizen participation and governance, with the journalist Laura Cárdenas interviewing Sonia González, head of the programme's Governance Area and Oliver Escobar, professor of Political Science at the University of Edinburgh.
Vaccines, transparency and access to information
11 May, 2021
The COVID-19 crisis has generated significant debate around transparency in state sector contracts and the management of vaccination processes. For this reason, the EUROsociAL+ Governance Area, promoted by FIIAPP, organised a webinar in which representatives of the Transparency and Access to Information Network (RTA) and experts discussed the main challenges faced in the region, the conclusions of which were given in this podcast by Borja Diaz, head of EUROsociAL+’s Good Governance section and the journalist Laura Cárdenas.
We talk about transversal skills with… Paloma Vivaldi and Paolo Raciti
1 February, 2021
EUROsociAL+ promotes transversal competences for social and labour inclusion, an action coordinated by the Social Policies Area at IILA. Journalist Luis Bruzón interviews specialists Paolo Raciti and Paloma Vivaldi (CISP), who are helping the EUROsociAL+ action with the Colombian Department of Social Prosperity to support the "Youth in Action" and "Families in Action" programmes.
Corruption and gender: fight against human trafficking in Argentina
12 February, 2020
EUROsociAL+ contributes, with anti-corruption prosecutors and institutional entities of justice and equality, to identifying, making visible and addressing the different impacts of corruption on women in Latin America. Efforts are supported to combat the corruption facilitating human trafficking for sexual exploitation, as in the case described in this podcast by Borja Díaz, senior technician of Democratic Governance, and Ana Linda Solano, an expert on this subject in the EUROsociAL+ Programme and in the “España Global” programme of Radio Nacional de España.