THE BLOG OF THE FIIAPP .Spanish cooperation
13 September 2013
The FIIAPP presented the new “SOCIEUX” project financed by the EU.
The project will support member countries that request it in the design and management of social protection systems with assistance from Spanish, French and German experts.
The project’s added value involves working on-demand.
We interviewed Beatriz Juanes, a Spanish expert who is part of the project’s central management team. The Socieux project’s geographic area is quite extensive. Does any particular region require special attention? No. The area is indeed very large, encompa...
03 September 2013
Macedonia is a country undergoing profound changes, but it still maintains certain traditional ways. Spanish and French experts have helped to improve adult education and literacy and primary education over the course of 22 months. Through examples, they have demonstrated how progress can be made. The European Commission has invested nearly 1,800,000 Euros in improving adult education in Macedonia.
Carmen Sainz, the Spanish Project Manager, talked to us about some of the things they have done over the course of these 22 months.
1 - Have the main project areas – adult education and literacy and primary education – been reinforced for socially excluded people? A lot of progress has been made in various aspects. Adult education in Macedonia is still in the early stages; the only thing that had been ...
25 July 2013|
Category : Opinion
Our 1st Forum will place the emphasis on the important role played by Spanish civil servants in strengthening Spain's image abroad.
In recent days, two events have taken place which are very important for a public foundation like the FIIAPP: the approval of the reform of public administrations and the presentation of our first annual forum, which will emphasise the important role played ...
19 July 2013
Bruno Moro, Director of the MDG Trust Fund
The 2013 Millennium Development Goals Report provides evidence that, despite the fact that various goals have already been reached, there is still much left to accomplish. Our work is not over and these days we find ourselves asking how the altercations in Brazil could affect the constructio...