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The last group is called "Partnership", which is designed to implement the agenda through a solid global alliance that will allow us to advance in the achievement of the SDGs with new mechanisms not only for management, but also for communication of the initiatives and their achievements.


This prospective-occupational study seeks to identify the impact of these trends on the occupation of Library Manager, in order to generate a vision that will allow adjusting the training program to the needs foreseen for the future and making strategic decisions for its permanent updating.

State entity that seeks to clarify the patterns and explanatory causes of the internal armed conflict that satisfies the right of victims and society to the truth, promotes the recognition of what happened, coexistence in the territories and contributes to lay the foundations for non-repetition, through a process of broad and plural participation for the construction of a stable and lasting peace.

Access the chapters of the Final Report, the result of the investigation, analysis and comparison process carried out by the Truth Commission during its mandate.

The IFLA Information Environment Trends Report provides insight into what is happening in the Information Society, how the so-called 'Global Society' is dealing with it, and of course, libraries; and in particular to observe how these remarkable changes affect our sector that may end up questioning the work, mission and functions of libraries. 

ECLAC proposes this methodological guide with the objective of providing conceptual and practical inputs that will enable countries - whether at the national or subnational level - to formulate strategies for the implementation of the 2030 Agenda.

As the UN's lead agency for international development, UNDP works in 170 countries and territories to eradicate poverty and reduce inequality.

Global Compact: Spanish Network

17 Partnerships to achieve objectives

A call to companies and organizations to align their strategies and operations with Ten Universal Principles on human rights, labor standards, the environment and anti-corruption.

The United Nations Global Compact is an initiative that promotes the commitment of the private sector, public sector and civil society to align their strategies and operations with ten universally accepted principles in four thematic areas: Human Rights, Labor Standards, Environment and Anti-Corruption, as well as to contribute to the achievement of
the Sustainable Development Goals (SDGs). environment and anti-corruption.

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