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Workshop of National Commissions of cooperation with UNESCO Andean countries, 29-30 May 2003, Lima, Peru; 2003

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									ERC/RSC/NAC/29 Lima, May 2003 Also in Spanish

WORKSHOP OF NATIONAL COMMISSIONS OF COOPERATION WITH UNESCO ANDEAN COUNTRIES

29 - 30 May 2003 Lima, Peru

CONTENTS Page 1 2 3 Agenda (Only in Spanish) ....................................................................................................... 3 List of Participants (Only in Spanish)...................................................................................... 6 Final Report ............................................................................................................................. 9

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TALLER DE COMISIONES NACIONALES DE COOPERACION CON UNESCO PAISES ANDINOS: BOLIVIA, COLOMBIA, ECUADOR, PERU, VENEZUELA CAPACITACION, ALIANZAS ESTRATEGICAS Y SOCIOS Lima, 29 y 30 de mayo de 2003

AGENDA APROBADA

Miércoles 28

Llegada a Lima Traslado al Hotel

Jueves 29 09h00-11h30 11h30-12h30 Lugar: 15h00 Lugar: 15h30-15h45 Lugar: Encuentros informales individuales Inscripción de participantes Sala “Ricardo Palma” del Hotel Las Américas Ceremonia de Apertura Sala “Benavides” del Hotel Las Américas Aprobación de la Agenda y Metodología de Trabajo Sala “Benavides” Dirección de la reunión: Gustavo López Relatoría: Christian González Presentación del documento: “Propuesta sobre el Proceso de Descentralización; Mejores practicas ; Estructura; Manejo de Proyectos; Alianzas Estratégicas; Nuevos Socios.” Presenta : Gustavo López Pausa café Intercambio, conclusiones y recomendaciones orientadas hacia las necesidades de capacitación para especialistas de las Comisiones Nacionales o actores vinculados a ellas. Formación continua virtual - Liderazgos. Recepción ofrecida por Gustavo López, Director de UNESCO, Quito en honor de los asistentes, autoridades nacionales y organismos internacionales La Rosa Náutica

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Espigón 4, Circuito de Playas, Miraflores Viernes 30 09h15-11h15 Presentación de matrices de cooperación preparadas por las Comisiones Nacionales de Bolivia, Colombia, Ecuador, Perú y Venezuela. Pausa Café. Intercambio, conclusiones y recomendaciones orientadas a aspectos relacionados con: Coordinación Intersectorial a nivel de la Unesco; Coordinación a nivel Interinstitucional y con otras Agencias de Cooperación Internacional. Proyectos Extrapresupuestales; Banco de Proyectos. Identificación de temas comunes ; líneas de acción y cooperación conjunta a nivel subregional, regional e interregional. Vínculos programáticos. Almuerzo ofrecido a sus colegas de las Comisiones Nacionales por Luis Humberto Olivera, Secretario General de la Comisión Nacional Peruana de Cooperación con la Unesco. El Portal Andino: Visión; Mecanismos y Medios. INFOLAC y la Sociedad de la Información. Presenta: Isidro Fernández, Consejero Regional de Información, UNESCO-Quito. Pausa - café Intercambio, conclusiones y recomendaciones orientadas hacia las necesidades de capacitación y dominio de las técnicas referidas para la operación del portal. Necesidades nacionales de capacitación para consolidar el rol local de las Comisiones Nacionales Asuntos prioritarios con miras a la próxima Conferencia General: Agenda de temas con: La Secretaría; En sesión; participación y capacitación durante la Conferencia, etc. Dirige el debate: Gustavo López Intercambio, conclusiones y recomendaciones alrededor de este tema anterior. Agenda Común
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para el Fortalecimiento de las Relaciones y Comunicación entre las Comisiones Nacionales 19h30 – 20h00 Intercambio, conclusiones y recomendaciones en el marco del 32 C/5 y de la transición hacia nuevas formas de cooperación y liderazgo de las Comisiones Nacionales. Vino de Honor ofrecido por Patricia Uribe, Representante de UNESCO en Perú Hall del café

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TALLER DE COMISIONES NACIONALES DE COOPERACIÓN CON UNESCO Países Andinos: Bolivia, Colombia, Ecuador, Perú, Venezuela
Capacitación, Alianzas Estratégicas y Socios Lima, 29 y 30 de mayo del 2003

PARTICIPANTES BOLIVIA
Nombre Cargo Institución Dirección Teléfono Fax Correo electrónico

María Alejandra Méndez Rodríguez
Asesora Técnica del Despacho del Ministro de Educación Ministerio de Educación Av. Arce 241-1200/ 241-0000 241-0376

amendez@minedu.gov.bo/ ale_menorod_@hotmail.com

COLOMBIA
Nombre Cargo Institución Dirección Teléfono Fax Correo electrónico

Luis Armando Soto
Coordinador de Políticas Culturales y Asuntos Internac. Ministerio de Cultura Calle 8 No. 6 – 97, Bogotá 337-5918 342-1721

Isoto@mincultura.gov.co

ECUADOR
Nombre Cargo Institución Dirección Teléfono Fax Correo electrónico

Rosa Rodríguez
Asesora de la Ministra de Educación Ministerio de Educación y Culturas El Salvador y Eloy Alfaro 909-456/ 457

rsrodriguezj@yahoo.es

PERU
Nombre Cargo Institución Dirección Teléfono Fax Correo electrónico

Luis Olivera Cárdenas
Secretario General Comisión Nacional Coop. UNESCO Ministerio de Educación Van de Velde No. 160, San Borja 436 3624 436 3624

olivera@minedu.gob.pe/ comiunesco@minedu.gob.pe
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PERÚ
Nombre Cargo Institución Dirección Teléfono Fax Correo electrónico

Silvia Martínez
Especialista Ministerio de Educación Van de Velde No. 160, San Borja 436 3624 436 3624

silvmartinez@minedu.gob.pe

VENEZUELA
Nombre Cargo Institución Dirección Teléfono Fax Correo electrónico

María Clemencia Soto-Jiménez
Embajadora, Secretaria General Ministerio de Relaciones Exteriores Torre del M.R.E. 2do. piso, Esq. Carmelitas, Caracas 58/212/8064-589/ 8064-588/ 861-7873 58-212-8064590

cncu@mre.gov.ve

UNESCO BOLIVIA
Nombre Cargo Institución Dirección Teléfono Fax Correo electrónico unescolapaz@hotmail.com
Yves de la Goublaye de Menorval Representante de la UNESCO en Bolivia UNESCO Casilla 5112, La Paz, Bolivia 591-2-220-4009 591-2-220-4029

UNESCO CHILE
Nombre Cargo Institución Dirección Teléfono Fax Correo electrónico acorvalan@unesco.cl
Ana María Corvalán Consultora Oficina Regional de Educación, UNESCO Santiago Enrique del Piano No. 2058, Santiago, Chile 56-2-4724-619 56-2-6551-046/ 47

UNESCO ECUADOR
Nombre Cargo Institución Dirección Teléfono Fax Correo electrónico glopez@unesco.org.ec
Gustavo López Ospina Director ORCILAC-Repres. Ecuador, Colombia y Venezuela UNESCO Av. Juan León Mera 130 y Av. Patria, Quito, Ecuador 593-2-2529-085 593-2-2529-435

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UNESCO ECUADOR
Nombre Cargo Institución Dirección Teléfono Fax Correo electrónico

Isidro Fernández Aballi
Consejero Regional de Comunicación e Información Oficina UNESCO Quito (ORCILAC) Juan León Mera 130 y Patria, Quito 593-2-2529-085 593-2-2504-435

ifernandez@unesco.org.ec

UNESCO ECUADOR
Nombre Cargo Institución Dirección Teléfono Fax Correo electrónico
Christian González Coordinador Proyectos de Comunicación UNESCO Quito Juan León Mera 130 y Patria, Quito 593-2-2529-085 593-2-2504-435

cgonzalez@unesco.org.ec

UNESCO PERÚ
Nombre Cargo Institución Dirección Teléfono Fax Correo electrónico
FICHA PARTICIPANTES COM NAC 11 JUN 2003

Patricia Uribe Representante de UNESCO en el Perú UNESCO Av. Javier Prado Este 2465, 8vo. Piso, San Borja, Lima (511) 476-9871, 224-2526 (511) 476-9872

unescope@amauta.rcp.net.pe

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WORKSHOP OF NATIONAL COMMISSIONS OF COOPERATION WITH UNESCO ANDEAN COUNTRIES TRAINING, STRATEGIC ALLIANCES AND PARTNERS Lima, 29-30 May 2003 FINAL REPORT The Workshop of National Commissions of Cooperation with UNESCO was carried out in the city of Lima 29 and 30 of May 2003 as part of the follow-up of the recommendations resulting from the First Meeting of UNESCO actors in the Andean Countries that took place in Quito 11 - 12 February 2003. This workshop outlined as main objective to contribute to advance in the definition of the new role the National Commissions should play within UNESCO descentralization policies and the modernization of their administration capacity. As specific objectives the workshop proposed: a) To know the current state of the UNESCO/Andean Countries cooperation in its fields of competence. b) To visualize and adopt common strategic topics, regarding to the program, to the administration and cooperation in general; between UNESCO and the National Commissions. c) To analyze the technical document, proposed for the deepening and implementation of the decentralization of UNESCO in the Andean region. d) To choose high-priority lines to be emphasized during the next UNESCO General Conference. e) To adopt a Basic Common Calendar for the invigoration of the relationships among the Commissions, UNESCO and all the UNESCO/UN actors in the Andean subregión. f) To get to know present matters of special interest to the National Commissions for UNESCO. The meeting was convoked by UNESCO Quito and UNESCO Paris (Division of Relations with National Commissions and New Partnerships), with the support of the Offices of UNESCO Lima and UNESCO Santiago. (List of participants in Annex 1). To the opening session attended Mr. Juan Chong, Vice Minister of Education of Peru who stressed the importance of UNESCO work in the Andean region and congratulated the initiative to look for, through this type of meetings, the invigoration of the bonds among and with the National Commissions in the sub region in order to have a direct dialogue that allows the identification of clear joint work lines in the context of the countries´ priorities as well as UNESCO´s ideals and big principles. Referring to the priorities of the educational sector in Peru, the Vice minister pointed out the importance that should have for the work with the countries of the sub region a frame of general action such as the United Nations Goals for the Millennium and the big international commitments made by the governments in the last world fora, particularly those related with social agendas, knowledge society, cultural diversity, biodiversity and fresh water.

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In his intervention, Mr. Gustavo Lopez, Director of the Latin America and Caribbean Regional Office for Communication and Information and Representative to Colombia, Ecuador and Venezuela, reminded the objectives of the workshop and stressed the interest demonstrated by the Division of Relations with National Commissions at headquarters, its active participation and financial support to contribute to strengthen the training of the personnel of the National Commissions so that they are under the best possible conditions to assume their new roles, in the frame of the Organization decentralization process and in a context of bigger demands to develop an intersectoral, interdisciplinary and inter-agency work at medium and long terms. Finally, Patricia Uribe, UNESCO Representative in Peru, welcomed the participants and thanked the opportunity she had to collaborate in the organization of the workshop. She highlighted the importance that, at local level, has to act in an integral perspective. Thus it becomes necessary that the formulation of actions, its validation and execution are carried out in a joint way, assuring then an appropriation process of the lines of work shared by the Andean countries for the execution of joint projects. Concluded the opening ceremony, the attendants proceeded to approve the agenda and the work methodology. Approved Agenda Attachment 2. "Proposal on the decentralization process, better practices, structures, project management, strategic alliances, new partners." Mr. Gustavo Lopez presented the document (Attachment 3) and the participants opened up the dialogue, emphasizing that the proposal contained there can be kept as an ideal objective and a goal to reach, but they recognized that the local situation , proper of each country, make them think that the process will require a lot of effort, support, perseverance and continuity. In that process it is necessary: • • That each country, at political level, sees the necessity to strengthen the National Commissions , endowing them the institutional and administration capacity that allows them to face efficiently the responsibilities that progressively they will be called to accomplish within UNESCO decentralization process. That UNESCO continues providing present or virtual support to strengthen the National Commissions´ international cooperation administration capacity, their interinstitutional, intersectoral and interagency bonds , as well as with the communities specialized in Organizations´s fields of competence and the civil corporations. That, at the Andean Countries level , and through UNESCO Quito Office, a permanent exchange of information on the “best practices” is promoted and the systematization of relevant experiences, in order to contribute to start emulation and institutional strengthening processes, in accordance with the own necessities of each National Commission, but also, to be confirmed.

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"Presentation of cooperation formats prepared by the National Commissions of Bolivia, Colombia, Ecuador, Peru and Venezuela." Based in the document sent to the National Commissions of the 5 countries, each one of the delegates presented their state of art. The text of each one of the presentations are in Attachment 4. This exercise was of great value as it allowed to identify weaknesses and strengths, likeness and differences, potentialities and lacks.

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After a rich debate and opinions exchange it could be seen very clearly that the National Commissions should play several roles: political; programmatic and administrative; that each one is integral, in relation to UNESCO, but at the same time interdependent. Also the levels of those roles stood out: reflection, planning, execution, follow-up and evaluation. The conclusions of this point of the agenda are the following: • UNESCO Quito Office should play a role of articulation and promotion of the improvement of the capacities of the National Commissions in the Sub region. Necessary tools for this purpose are the common information for the administration of the International Cooperation formats. The participants, unanimously, considered that the one developed for Colombia for the Cultural sector is an appropriate model to exercise in common and they requested UNESCO Quito Office to distribute it , promote its application, share and divulge its contents among all. The representatives of the National Commissions committed themselves to complete these formats on the basis of the C/5 in execution at the moment, exercise that will facilitate to approach the next C/5 looking towards identifying combined actions, for the General Conference, as well as program execution, to the Participation Program and to the extra budgetary projects. UNESCO Quito Office committed to assure the follow-up to this action before August 2003. Those completed formats will allow to identify those national actions that with a regional perspective would profile lines of subregional joint work.

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"Preliminary identification of common topics, lines of joint action and cooperation at subregional, regional and interregional levels. Programmatic bonds." From a programmatic perspective, the previous point of the agenda opened the possibility to identify, as a first approach, the lines of action in education and culture on which we could build a common work, at medium and long terms: CULTURE: • The topics related with cultural diversity are high-priority. The General Secretary of the Peruvian National Commission of Cooperation with UNESCO reminded the proposal made by Peru to the Director General to create an institution, with headquarters in Peru, for the application of the International Convention on the Oral and Immaterial World Heritage, once this is approved and ratified. In the mean time the participation in the debates and the promotion activities should be present constantly in the common actions and in taking common positions . In this same context, the Representative of the Colombian Commission underlined the role UNESCO could play in the sub region, supporting technical studies, exchanges of updated information and facilitating the debates among specialists, with an interdisciplinary perspective, in connection with the repercussions that the America Free Commerce Agreement (ALCA) could have on the cultural, material and immaterial heritage and in the cultural industries of each one of the countries. Themes like patents and traditional knowledge would be priorities. The integral administration of the heritage, the active participation of the community and the fight against poverty are other topics where UNESCO can be an irreplaceable promoter. In this context, UNESCO Lima has prepared for the Andean countries the project “Discover your Heritage – Let´s Preserve our Future” Attachment 5. Approved by the Heritage Directors of the five countries, the project will begin the process of extra budgetary resources mobilization during a three year execution period . This could become a pilot experience of construction, formulation, execution, systematizing and collective evaluation.

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In 1999 the Andean Community outlined the initiative “The Andean Route” with a perspective of cultural, natural and tourist integration for the countries of the sub region. This initiative has resurged as part of the actions that the QhapaqÑan project - Imperial Roads of the Andes" could mobilize. This would be, without a doubt, an articulator project of joint actions with active participation of the National Commissions, the incorporation of the youths and the development of programs like “ Heritage Watchers"

EDUCATION • The formulation of the National Plans of Action as a follow-up to the world objectives of Education for All" (EPT) are an important group of actions to be shared and strengthened reciprocally. Their preparation and the implementation of the strategic focuses agreed in the First Intergovernmental Meeting of the Regional Project of Education for Latin America and The Caribbean (PRELAC) could be a challenge to assume as a whole. UNESCO - Santiago offered to cooperate in this process at the countries request. As examples, the experiences of the cooperation with Peru and Ecuador for EPT and PRELAC were mentioned. The pedagogic thought of Latin America, the renovation of the educational practices and the improvement of the education quality and statistics are central axes of the Programs promoted by the Regional Office of Education UNESCO - Santiago. The importance that the Andean countries participate effective and actively in the nets: Let us INNOVATE, SIRI, LLECE, SCHOOL LEADERSHIP, Training of Trainees was stressed. To incorporate the new information and communication technologies (TICs) in education through the five strategic focuses of PRELAC. They can equally be an axis of specific support for the Andean countries by mobilizing extra budgetary resources oriented to the invigoration of their local capacities.

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"The Andean Portal: Vision, mechanisms and means. INFOLAC and the Information Society" Mr. Isidro Fernández Aballi, Communication and Information Regional Adviser for Latin America and the Caribbean, presented the results of two recent events promoted by his office. The IX meeting of INFOLAC and I of INFOLAC - LACNET which took place in Havana 14 - 16 May 2003 and the Workshop for National Commissions for the creation of the Andean Portal and the web pages of each one of the Commissions in the sub region. His intervention was also the occasion for the presentation of the Projects Bank developed by UNESCO - Quito in the field of Information. The digitized formats of these presentations are in Attachment 6. After an exchange of thoughts the assistants reached to the following conclusions: • To be part of the Andean Portal is an opportunity and a challenge. It is therefore indispensable that each one of the National Commissions assumes the commitment to maintain a permanent dialogue with UNESCO Quito Office; to update periodic and frequently its web page, to generate useful information for all and to make the necessary efforts to benefit from this work tool for their national performance. The Bank of Projects in topics related with the Information Society for Latin America (UNEXPO) is a model to imitate. In fact, UNESCO - Quito could develop a project bank, in the different fields of competence of the organization, capable of mobilizing extra budgetary funds to support specific activities of sub regional interest, or at least in three of the countries. Some of the proposals debated during this meeting could be the basis for the beginning of a participative process of construction of this bank. The Regional Office of Education, UNESCO Santiago could offer its technical cooperation for the education. The Digital Heritage is documental wealth in risk. As in other areas UNESCO is called to play an anticipatory role and to cooperate with the countries to get their attention on these facts. In this context Commissions present at the meeting committed themselves to present a combined application to the Participation Programme for a course on preservation of the digital heritage and the elaboration of an interactive manual with multimedia support that would have the participation and coordination of UNESCO Regional Office of Communication and Information for Latin America and the Caribbean (UNESCO Quito).
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The World Summit of the Information will be the biggest world event of the next months. The National Commissions are called to play a very important role in the diffusion, at national level, of the challenges to be set there for the developing countries. To make use of all the information that UNESCO is making available to all the countries by means of its web page could contribute to prepare the delegations that will represent them.

MISCELLANEOUS In the perspective of the next General Conference, the delegates of the National Commissions of Cooperation with UNESCO of the Andean Region agreed upon the following points: • To Know the state of the art of the current representation of the countries of the sub region in UNESCO´s decision bodies (Executive Council, International Programs and Committees etc.) to use this capacity of intervention in decisions or negotiations that impact in the work plan for the biennium 2005 – 2006 that are of interest for the sub region. To promote the information exchange about the candidatures presented by each country for the diverse instances of the General Conference, the Executive Council, other Organs, Committees and Programs to contribute to facilitate the negotiations of the Permanent Delegations in Paris during the Conference. To prepare a calendar of the meetings that from now until the General Conference UNESCO or anyone of the international organisms such as the OEI, the CAB, the CAN, etc. will carry out in the sub region; and to propitiate during them informal and brief encounters for the monitoring and follow-up of the actions decided upon in this meeting. To take the necessary steps to assure the presence of the Secretaries of the National Commissions in the next General Conference. This would favor a direct interaction with the Permanent Delegations, UNESCO Secreatiat and the administrative support for future actions. In the perspective to look for new alliances, the representatives of the National Commissions committed themselves to propitiate the creation of committees or parliamentary commissions oriented to deepen in the topics related with the new communication and information technologies (TICs) and its introduction in the society. UNESCO -Quito will delineate a strategy and will outline the creation of an information bank on regional initiatives and experiences of general interest. To conclude, the participants thanked to all and each one of the people that made possible the realization of this workshop, and in particular to the Division of National Commissions (UNESCO Paris) and requested that UNESCO -Quito considers the possibility to facilitate a new encounter previous to the General Conference no later than August 2003. Lima - Quito - Santiago, June 2003

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