• 18 May 2017

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    Category : Opinion

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    Instituciones fuertes débiles

    Evaluación políticas públicas en América Latina.

    Miguel Ángel Lombardo en el Taller de Evaluación en Angola

    Sorry, this entry is only available in European Spanish. For the sake of vie...

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  • 09 May 2017

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    Category : Reportage

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    Europe day: Peace and Unity on the continent

    At FIIAPP we join the celebration of Europe Day under the motto of "United in Diversity"

    Why do we celebrate Europe Day on 9 May?

    In 1950, five years after the end of World War II, the countries of Europe still had not recovered from the consequences of the two world wars and feared the prospect of a third one. To avoid it, their governments reached the conclusion that the bes...

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  • 26 April 2017

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    Category : Entrevista

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    FIIAPP Expatriates: Inmaculada Zamora

    Interview with Inmaculada Zamora, coordinator of the ARAP project, to learn about her experience as an expatriate in Ghana.

    Inmaculada Zamora, coordinator of the ARAP project

    We once again turn our attention to the field to find out about the experiences of our expatriates. On this occasion we travel to Accra, the capital of Ghana, to interview Inmaculada Zamora.   She is the coordinator of the

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  • 14 April 2017

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    Category : Reportage

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    Pan American Day, a tour of the work being done in the region

    Pan American Day, a day intended for building closer relationships between the states of the Americas, has been celebrated since 1931.

    Today, 14th April, twenty-one countries in the Americas celebrate Pan American Day, a day that reaffirms the unity of the continent. The first time this day was celebrated was in 1931 to commemorate the founding of the Union of American Republics, later renamed the Pan American Union, which in 1984...

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