This microsite corresponds to the Catalogue of Local Inclusive Public Policies Project (LIPP Catalogue) of the International Center for the Promotion of Human Rights (CIPDH-UNESCO).
_What is the LIPP Catalogue Project?
The Catalogue of Local Inclusive Public Policies (LIPP Catalogue) is a tool from the International Center for the Promotion of Human Rights (CIPDH-UNESCO) which compiles, systematizes and spreads the experiences of local public policies in terms of equality and non discrimination, implemented in cities of Latin America and the Caribbean.
The cities, serving as strategic places for sustainable development and interculturalism promotion (UNESCO, 2017), connect local with global actions and provide visibility and proximity to the different players involved. More than half of the world’s population live in cities today and the figure is estimated to reach 66% by the year 2050 (UN, 2014).
The LIPP Catalogue compiles successful and often novel practices which help comply with the commitments undertaken in the Sustainable Goal Developments (SGD) 2030 Agenda and the Montevideo Consensus on Population and Development, and makes them available to the public with the purpose of spreading, enhancing and promoting the exchange of experiences.
- To survey, systematize and spread the implementation of local inclusive public policies which are relevant to the region in terms of human rights and in line with the SGDs, the 2030 Agenda and the Montevideo Consensus.
- To provide a space for consultation, exchange and construction of common knowledge among the different social players.
- To guide projects related to local governments and cities (SDG 11) to be developed by the CIPDH-UNESCO and similar organizations.
- To consolidate as a reference and consultation space for the players engaged in the design, implementation, monitoring and/or assessment of local inclusive public policies in Latin America and the Caribbean.
_What are its objectives?
_What information does it present?
The LIPP Catalogue presents in-depth information for each public policy, which can be accessed through a general search by topics, localization, target population and intervention strategies.
The advanced search, on the other hand, allows to broaden the information, including the range of demographic size, the link to the SDGs, the Montevideo Consensus Chapters and the International Human Rights Instruments .
Whichever the case, the information is updated and complete, and has been provided by the entity generating the public policy, when possible.
María Eugenia Sozzani
El Catálogo PPLI has links to other third-party websites for information purposes. The CIPDH-UNESCO is not responsible for the content, errors, technical problems or failures of any kind they may have.