Los alumnos han podido conocer el funcionamiento de la FIIAPP y su papel en la cooperación internacional
FIIAPP has hosted a representation of students from the Master’s Degree in Government and Public Administration and Specialization in Public Management, taught by the Menéndez Pelayo International University and the Ortega y Gasset University Research Institute.
The student body, around 15 students in total, is made up of administration professionals from a variety of Latin American and Caribbean countries, mainly the Dominican Republic but also Honduras, Colombia and Peru.
During the session, general aspects of the Foundation’s work were presented, as well as the most significant figures of its experience as an implementing agency in the field of international cooperation. In addition, the students had the opportunity to learn about the policy dialogue approach from Ignacio Soleto, and the concrete example of the work of the Covid Roundtables in Ecuador and Costa Rica from Álvaro Martínez Rojo.
Once the presentations were over, a space was opened for questions and queries from the attendees, who were very interested in knowing in detail the work of the foundation and its process of formulation and implementation of public technical cooperation projects.