Yes, the methodology to formulate a National Policy on Cultural Rights (PNDC) was based on a process of dialogue. The following activities were undertaken in a first phase: development of a participatory diagnosis, citizen participation processes, and development of a draft document. The second phase consisted of: expansion of citizen participation, informative meetings in indigenous territories, re-work of draft document and validation of final policy document, through participatory physical meetings and inter-sectorial and regional dialogues, with diverse populations directly or indirectly involved in the cultural field; gathering views of the general citizenship and individual interviews with key informants. Additionally, the last activity was a participatory process of indigenous peoples. In summary, the process included a participatory phase, a background information phase, a re-consultation phase, and a final consultation phase, as well as a national forum on cultural rights. For this reason, the PNDC was founded on a process of dialogue that took place in different communities throughout the national territory, and counted on the input of different populations and sectors, among them youth, adults (men and women), elderly persons, indigenous populations, afro-descendants, migrants, artists, managers and culture researchers, well as academia, caregivers for elderly people, people with disabilities, migrants, women´s organisations, experts in the rights of children, adolescents and youth, representatives of the national consultative youth network (Red Nacional Consultiva de la Persona Joven), informants from the economic and business sector, informants on culture and environment, on the right to information, on the right to communication, on architecture and cultural setting, organizations of craftsmen, central government, and ministries, among others.