The Foundation has worked in over 100 countries with international cooperation projects at the service of public administrations.
The annual report of activities from the International and Ibero-American Foundation for Administration and Public Policies (FIIAPP) corresponding to 2015.
The report provides data and figures on activities in 2015, with information on the international cooperation projects that it managed. Projects in sectors like security and fighting organised crime, justice, transparency, social policies and rights, transport and infrastructure management, green economy, public finances, and mobility and migration.
This year, FIIAPP worked in over 100 countries, an all-time record. In addition, it achieved the greatest level of implementation in the history of the Foundation through the management of more than €40 million, renewing the main cooperation programmes with Latin America. These include EUROsociAL (€40 million), aimed at promoting Euro-Latin American dialogue on public policies for social cohesion; and AMERIPOL (€3.8 million), which worked to build the international cooperation capacity of police forces, judicial authorities and prosecutor’s offices in Latin American countries.
The report also provides information on the participation of the Foundation in European and Ibero-American networks, both general and sectoral, such as EUNIDA, the Ibero-American Data Protection Network, the Transparency and Access to Public Information Network, aimed at improving their management and exchanging experiences and good practices.
You can read the full report here