Presentation of the Master Plan of international cooperation, Social Justice and ODS 2020-2023 of the Town Council of L' Hospitalet
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The Program of Cooperation and Solidarity has shown the Master Plan of international cooperation, in virtual session, on the 3 of December in the 19:30, with the assistance of Mr. Manel Vila, director of the Catalan Agency of Cooperation to the Development, Mr. David Minoves, director of the Fons Català de Cooperació al Desenvolupament, Mr. Xavier López, director of the UB Solidarity Foundation, Mrs. Sariñena, Deputy Mayor of the area of Participation and Relations Civic and representative of the entities of our city, all they have been part of the participative process of elaboration of the Plan Directive during this year 2020. This process has allowed us to identify the main potentiality and challenges of the cooperation of L'Hospitalet, as well as to discuss the policy about the goals and priorities about which to orientate.
This Master Plan of international cooperation wants to reflect, the master lines of this public policy for the next years, and of the other one, on a part to consolidate the firm appointment to the city with the cooperation, social justice and the world-wide development. The will is to achieve the maximum consensus of all actors of the city to soon be able to approve of the actions of cooperation for the global social justice promoted from the town it in the Plenum of the consistory that helps us to planning.

This new plan for period 2020-2023, gives a fundamental importance to Agenda 2030 and is attentive to the context generated as a result of the world-wide pandemic. Both, propose the need to rethink to the model of social relations and with the nature, and the Master Plan of international cooperation which we want to display assumes these challenges.

Day: 3 of December 2020

Hour: 19,30 hr

Place: virtual Presentation ZOOM

Town council of L'Hospitalet
With the support of:Regional government of BarcelonaL'Hospitalet human rights