Inclusion and resilience build Sustainable Cities.
The first movements are initiated by Ciudades Justas, Democráticas y Sustentables, which seeks to strengthen citizen participation, public policy advocacy, and accountability of local governments.
More than 60 cities in 10 Latin American countries constitute the Red Latinoamericana por Ciudades Justas, Democráticas y Sustentables (Latin American Network for Fair, Democratic and Sustainable Cities).
35 cities in Latin America have government management plans that include public accountability policies.
Through the promotion of civic technologies, participatory mapping of the marginalized areas of Buenos Aires was conducted for the first time. Caminos de la Villa is developed within the framework of the ALTEC alliance.
First interventions in Public Spaces in Medellín and Lima.
Beginning of the partnership with UN-Habitat and launch of the book Building More Equitable Cities with the support of the UN-Habitat Alliance, CAF, and Avina.
Avina influences the first public policies that favor the creation of public spaces in Peru.
Avina participates and influences the development of The New Urban Agenda.
In partnership with Avina, IDB, ACIJ, WINGU, and Techo, a new civic application is implemented that allows users to map a neighborhood’s main public spaces (and its uses). This provides useful information for public policy planning.
In partnership with BID-Lab and 100RC, the Regional Initiative for Resilient Cities is launched (IRCR, for its acronym in Spanish).
Local alliances are created to implement the IRCR in the cities of Quito, Mexico City, Salvador de Bahía and Buenos Aires. The private sector participates in the design of local resilience strategies.
Knowledge from experiences in transforming public space is gathered and systematized. Together with local partners, three knowledge management documents linked to public space are published.
The Public Space strategy positively impacts 8 countries in the region.