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20 June, 2019

“Addressing inequalities: building a world that leaves no one behind” was the motto of the European Development Days (EDD) in 2019 that ended yesterday in Brussels, where EUROsociAL+ proposed and shared its horizontal cooperation model based on exchange, dialogue, trust and reciprocity.

30 November, 2018

Article wrote by Anda Linda Solano -expert of EUROsociAL- and published (october, 2018) in section "Planeta Futuro" of the digital edition of El País (Spain)

4 July, 2018

Interview with Delia Ferreira, Chair of Transparency International, regarding the progress made in Latin America to fight corruption and the ongoing challenges, among them reducing the effect of this scourge on the female population

3 April, 2018

We interviewed Greta Marchosky, Superior Appellate Judge from Panama and Moisés Carvajal, Public Counsel for Victims, during their visit to the European Union to learn about best practices in the fiel

22 January, 2018

Interview with Antanas Mockus: the former mayor of Bogotá, Colombia, talks to us about the importance of tax education in ensuring that the public see taxes as a contribution toward common goals

19 January, 2018

Interview with Andrés Mahnke, National Defender of the Public Criminal Defence Service of the Republic of Chile

3 January, 2018

Creativity laboratories gave a voice to the different realities existing in the Latin American countries through children and young people at risk of exclusion

4 December, 2017

Hernando Vásquez, director of the tax administration in Florencia -Caquetá-, recounts his experiences in a territory controlled by guerrilla and paramilitary groups, hostile to the collection of taxes and where officials were expelled at gunpoint

29 September, 2017

Isaac Gonzalo Arias, Director of Cooperation and International Taxation of CIAT, briefly describes how the current dynamic and complex context poses great challenges to the tax administrations of Latin America

31 August, 2017

The handling and protection of Salvadorans' health data requires a transformation that can only be undertaken through a legislative change resulting from inter-agency dialogue and knowledge of the best practices applied at international level