Quadrennial Periodic Report
Honduras 2020

Quadrennial Periodic Report - - 10/27/2020 - 22:33

General Information

Technical Information

Name of Party: 
Honduras
Date of Ratification: 
2010
Officially Designated Point of Contact of the Convention: 

QPR Stakeholder

Country: 
Honduras
Title: 
Ms.
Address: 
Lina Yexsuana Pina Mancuso Rivera
EXECUTIVE DIRECTORATE OF CULTURE AND ARTS
Honduras
Phone Number: 
+504 2235-7244
Email: 
culturayarteshn@gmail.com
Describe the multi-stakeholder consultation process established for the preparation of this report, including consultations with relevant ministries, public institutions, local governments and civil society organizations.: 

The process for obtaining information took place in coordination with the Ministry of Foreign Affairs and International Cooperation, / General Directorate for Multilateral Cooperation / General Directorate for International Promotion / Permanent Delegation of Honduras to UNESCO, to carry out consultations and calls to different government institutions and private cultural organizations, to receive in the first instance, a training related to the 2005 Convention; later, a form was shared via email to collect such information. The contributors, attending this training, which have carried out Cultural Diversity, were:
• Executive Directorate of Culture and Arts (DECA) / National Archive of Honduras
• Ministry of Economic Development
• Revenue Administration Service (SAR)
• Central Bank of Honduras (BCH)
• Ministry of Education (SEDUC)
• Honduran Commission for Cooperation with UNESCO
• Ministry of Development and Social Inclusion / Directorate of Indigenous and Afro-Honduran People (DINAFROH)
• Honduran Institute of Science, Technology and Innovation (IHCIETI)
• National Institute for Women (INAM)
• Francisco Morazán National Pedagogical University (UPNFM)
• Committee of Cultural Centers
• Association of Municipalities of Honduras (AMHON)
• National Institute of Statistics (INE)
• Museum for National Identity (MIN)
• Honduran Institute of Anthropology and History (IHAH)
• Ethnic Community Development Organization (ODECO)

Executive summary: 

The Cultural Policy of the UNAH (National Autonomous University of Honduras) provides a referential framework, areas of action and strategic guidelines for a systematic vision of the institutional cultural activity regarding the university community and the society it represents.

The UNAH offers the Certification Course in Cultural Management for Local Development since 2011. It is taught at least once a year in different regions of the country in coordination with regional university centers and municipal mayors.

The policy period extends until 2022, it must be checked during this time, one year after the celebration of the Bicentennial of Independence of the Central American countries.

The university seeks to transcend the classic concepts of university extension or cultural diffusion and advance to the strengthening of cultural management as a strategic function of a transversal nature, making evident the cultural dimension of development in its academic processes.

Contact details of the stakeholders involved in the preparation of the quadrennial periodic report (QPR). Please also include the contact details of the civil society organizations (CSOs) if they have contributed to the QPR drafting, including through the CSO form.: 
Organization typeOrganizationEmailWebsite
Public Sector
Ministry of Foreing Affairs and International Cooperation
cooperacion.multilateral@sreci.gob.hn

Goal 1 - Support Sustainable Systems of Governance for Culture

Cultural and Creative Sectors

A Ministry (or agency with ministerial status) is responsible for cultural and creative sectors: 
YES
Regional, provincial or local governments or administrations have decentralised responsibilities for policies and measures promoting the cultural and creative sectors:: 
YES
Regulatory frameworks and sector specific laws, policies and/or strategies supporting the cultural and creative industries have been revised or adopted during the last 4 years: 
YES
If YES, has at least one of them been designed through interministerial cooperation (involving different government departments responsible for policy areas, such as communication, education, ICT, trade, foreign affairs, labor, finance): 
NO
Specific education and training programmes in the arts and the cultural and creative sectors are established, including: 
Digital literacy programmes for creation and experimentation
Technical and vocational education and training programmes in
Cinema/Audiovisual arts
Visual arts
Tertiary and university education degrees in
Cultural management
Performing arts
Specific measures and programmes have been implemented over the last 4 years to: 
Support job creation in the cultural and creative sectors
Encourage the formalization and growth of micro/small and medium-sized cultural enterprises
Statistical offices or research bodies have produced data during the last 4 years: 
related to cultural and creative sectors
Please provide whenever possible disaggregated data by sector: 
Percentage of the cultural and creative sectors in the Gross Domestic Product (GDP) Year 2016 USD 22,015,470.00 18.4 Quantity in Cultual Product 0.000000000367 %GDP Year 2017 USD 23,116,397.00 16.3 Quantity in Cultual Product 0.000000000302 %GDP Year 2018 USD 23,103,900.00 17.4 Quantity in Cultual Product 0.000000000318 %GDP Year 2019 USD 24,971,620.00 15.3 Quantity in Cultual Product 0.000000000248 %GDP
Please provide whenever possible disaggregated data by sector, age, sex and type of employment: 
The Cultural Domains defined in the MEC represent a common set of economic (production of goods and services) and social (participation in ‘cultural events’) activities that have traditionally been considered of a “cultural” nature. For their part, the Related Domains include other economic and social activities considered "partially cultural" or more frequently associated with "recreational or free time" activities, instead of those "strictly cultural"
Total public budget for culture (in USD): 
2,752,475USD
Please provide whenever possible the share allocated by cultural sectors/domains (in %): 
The budget allocated to the Executive Directorate of Culture and Arts for the current Fiscal Year 2020 was $ USD 2,758,744.26 which includes transfers to cultural and international organizations. It should be noted that at the beginning of the year the General Treasury of the Republic was allocating only 25% per quarter of the budget assigned to the Executive Directorate. As a result of the pandemic this budget has suffered several cuts and freezes: 1. The first budget freeze took place on March 27th, 2020 for the amount of $ 73,306.67 (the same one that corresponds to the 100 Group of Personal Services, affecting the budget line 11600 for vacations) 2. The second budget freeze took place on May 12th, 2020 for the amount of $ 129,786.05 of the group of 500 Expenses of Transfers and Donations (affecting cultural transfers) 3. The third budget freeze was carried out on May 23rd, 2020, in the group of expenses of 200 Non-Personal Services and 300 Materials and Supplies for an amount of $ 11,350.30 (We can mention that a total reduction of the operating expense budget in expansion to what the Article 22 of DL171-2019 due to the fall in tax revenues affected by the economic crisis as a result of the actions applied in favor of the COVID-19 pandemic. Consequently, we currently do not have a budget to execute, in operating expenses; we only have a budget to pay salaries, Collaterals, Public utilities, Cultural Transfers,. The other objects of expenditure are at zero
Relevant Policies and Measures: 

CULTURAL POLICY OF THE UNAH (La Gaceta Nº 34,781 / 10-30th -2018)

Name of agency responsible for the implementation of the policy/measure: 
National Autonomous University of Honduras (UNAH)
Describe the main features of the policy/measure: 
The Cultural Policy of the UNAH (National Autonomous University of Honduras) provides a referential framework, areas of action and strategic guidelines for a systematic vision of the institutional cultural activity regarding the university community and society it represents. The UNAH offers the Certification Course in Cultural Management for Local Development since 2011. It is taught at least once a year in different regions of the country in coordination with regional university centers and municipal mayors. The policy period extends until 2022, it must be checked during this time, one year after the celebration of the Bicentennial of Independence of the Central American countries. The university seeks to transcend the classic concepts of university extension or cultural diffusion and advance to the strengthening of cultural management as a strategic function of a transversal nature, making evident the cultural dimension of development in its academic processes.
Does it specifically target young people?: 
NO
Does the International Fund for Cultural Diversity (IFCD) support the implementation of the policy/measure?: 
NO
What are the results achieved so far through the implementation of the policy/measure?: 
Creation of a University Cultural Management System that articulates CU (University Campus) and Regional University Centers. -Articulation with municipal mayors for technical assistance processes and capacity building. -Professionalization of artistic groups (UNAH Chamber Orchestra). -Expansion of artistic academic offer in Visual Arts and Performing Arts. - Implementation of a University Certification Course in Cultural Management and Local Development -Implementation of International Seminars in Cultural Management (annual and thematic). -Integration to international cultural management networks.
Financial resources allocated to the policy/measure in USD: 

$ USD 150,000.00

Has the implementation of the policy/measure been evaluated?: 
NO
Partner(s) engaged in the implementation of the measure: 
Type of entity: 
Public Sector

Media Diversity

Public service media has a legal or statutory remit to promote a diversity of cultural expressions: 
YES
Policies and measures promote content diversity in programming by supporting: 
Regional and/or local broadcasters
Domestic content regulations for audio-visual media exist (e.g. quotas for production or distribution requirements for national films, TV series or music on radio): 
YES
Regulatory authority(ies) monitoring media exist: 
YES
If YES, please provide the name and year of establishment of the regulatory authority(ies): 
General Regulation of the Framework Law of the Telecommunications Sector (Agreement No. 141-2002, and its Reforms Decree 112-2011 and Decree 325-2013)
If YES, these regulatory authority(ies) monitor: 
Public media
Community media
Private sector media
Online media
If YES, these regulatory authority(ies) are responsible for: 
Issuing licenses to broadcasters, content providers, platforms
Receiving and addressing public complaints such as online harassment, fake news, hate speech, etc.
Monitoring diversity in media ownership (diversity of ownership structures, transparency of ownership rules, limits on ownership concentration, etc.)
Relevant Policies and Measures: 
-

Entorno digital

Policies, measures or mechanisms are in place to support the digital transformation of cultural and creative industries and institutions (e.g. funding for digitization of analogue industries): 
-
Policies or measures have been introduced to ensure vibrant domestic digital cultural and creative industries markets with a diversity of e-players of all sizes (e.g. fair remuneration rules; control market concentration; prevention of monopolies of digital content providers/distributors or their algorithms that potentially restrict the diversity of cultural expressions, etc.):: 
-
Policies and measures have been implemented to enhance access to and discoverability of domestically produced cultural content in the digital environment (e.g. action plans or policies for digital content pluralism, public support to cultural or artistic portals in specific languages, national or regional online distribution platforms for domestic content, etc.): 
-
Measures and initiatives have been implemented to promote digital creativity and competencies of artists and other cultural professionals working with new technologies (e.g. spaces for experimentation, incubators, etc.): 
-
Statistics or studies with recent data on access to digital media, including on the type of cultural content available through digital media, are available: 
-
Relevant Policies and Measures: 
-

Partnering with Civil Society

Professional organizations and/or trade unions representing artists and/or cultural professionals in the following sectors exist in your country (i.e. federation of musicians, publishers unions, etc.): 
Cinema/Audiovisual arts
Music
Publishing
Visual Arts
Performing Arts
Public funding schemes supporting CSOs involvement in promoting the diversity of cultural expressions exist: 
YES
Training and mentoring opportunities were organized or supported by public authorities during the last 4 years to build skills on communication, advocacy and/or fundraising of civil society organizations involved in the promotion of the diversity of cultural expressions: 
YES
Dialogue mechanisms between public authorities and CSOs for cultural policy making and/or monitoring have been implemented during the last 4 years (meetings, working groups, etc.): 
YES
If YES, please provide up to 2 examples: 
Agreements with cultural associations to whom we transfer the budget, and which are aforementioned. Some contributors and professional organizations were: Association of Authors, Composers, Interpreters and Musicians of Honduras (AACIMH) Tegucigalpa Workshop Theater Association (TTT) Association of Women in the Arts "Leticia de Oyuela" Art Action Cultural Association Literary Society of Honduras Honduran Music Union and Similar San José Obrero Association Organization for Ethnic Community Development ODECO Honduran Association of Visual Authors Dance Workers Association Painters Association Honduran Community of Playwrights Socio Cultural Animation Through Art
Policies and measures promoting the diversity of cultural expressions have been elaborated in consultation with CSOs during the last 4 years: 
YES
Relevant Policies and Measures: 
-

Goal 2 - Achieve a Balanced Flow of Cultural Goods and Services and Increase the Mobility of Artists and Cultural Professionals

Mobility of Artists and Cultural Professionals

Please indicate if the following policies and measures exist in your country: 
-
Please indicate if the following operational programmes have been developed or supported/funded by public authorities during the last 4 years: 
-
Please indicate if the following mobility funds (e.g. scholarships, travel grants, etc.) have been managed or supported by public authorities during the last 4 years: 
-
Relevant Policies and Measures: 
-

Flow of Cultural Goods and Services

Export strategies or measures to support the distribution of cultural goods and services outside your country exist for the following cultural domains: 
-
Your country has granted or benefited from preferential treatment* to support a balanced exchange of cultural goods and services in the last 4 years: 
YES, I have granted preferential treatment
YES, I have benefited from preferential treatment
If YES, please provide up to 2 examples: 
DECREE OF THE ORANGE ECONOMY. DECREE PCM 079-2018 ART. 2 SECTION 5) Encourage exports of creative goods and services, for which it can create recognition for companies that generate the largest exports in these sectors; ART. 5: The Project must identify actions and incentives for the development and growth of creative and cultural industries, including facilitation of import and export processes of goods and services related to creative and cultural activities, migration facilitation, promotion of associations within the sector, appropriate administration of collective management societies and the establishment of strategic sectorial incentives, among other actions. The territorial entities will ensure that the permits, authorizations and other necessary requirements at the local level for the development of creative and cultural activities are easily predictable, transparent and expeditious. * Participation in World Expositions
Your country has provided or benefited in the last 4 years from Aid for Trade support, a form of Official Development Assistance (ODA), that helped to build capacities to formulate trade policies, participate in negotiating and implementing agreements that provide a special status to cultural goods and services: 
-
If YES, please provide up to 2 examples: 
-
Relevant Policies and Measures: 
-

Tratados y acuerdos

Multilateral or bilateral trade and/or investment agreements providing a special status to cultural goods and/or services have been signed during the last 4 years or are under negociation: 
NO
Multilateral or bilateral agreements including specific provisions providing a special status to cultural goods and services and digital products in the field of e-commerce have been signed during the last 4 years or are under negotiation: 
NO
Multilateral or bilateral agreements, declarations and/or strategies on relevant policy issues for the diversity of cultural expressions (e.g. education, digital, intellectual property, sustainable development, gender equality, etc.) signed or amended to take into account the objectives or principles of the Convention during the last 4 years: 
NO
Relevant Policies and Measures: 
-

Goal 3 - Integrate Culture in Sustainable Development Frameworks

National Sustainable Development Policies & Plans

National sustainable development plans and strategies recognize the strategic role of: 
Culture (in general)
Creativity and innovation
Cultural and creative industries
Please rate from 1 to 4 the type of outcomes expected by the inclusion of culture in national sustainable development plans and strategies 1 most often expected outcome 4 least expected outcome): 
Economic (e.g. employment, trade, intellectual property, cultural and creative industries, rural and territorial development): 
1
Social (e.g. social cohesion and inclusion, inequality and poverty reduction, values and identity, vulnerable and minority groups, empowerment and human capital, education): 
2
Environmental (e.g. natural resources, reducing environmental impact of cultural industries and practices): 
4
Cultural (e.g. cultural infrastructure, participation and access to culture, innovation, artists support): 
3
Public cultural bodies and agencies responsible for culture or creative industries are involved in the design and implementation of sustainable development policies and plans (i.e. participate in coordination mechanisms such as joint planning committees): 
YES
Cultural industry-led regeneration initiatives and projects at the regional, urban and/or rural levels have been implemented in the last 4 years: 
YES
Policies and measures facilitate participation in cultural life and access to diverse cultural facilities and expressions, notably addressing the needs of disadvantaged or vulnerable groups (e.g. via reduced entrance fees; audience development, arts education and audiences awareness-raising): 
YES
Relevant Policies and Measures: 
-

International Cooperation for Sustainable Development

Your country has contributed to or benefited from the International Fund for Cultural Diversity (IFCD) during the last 4 years: 
-
Development cooperation strategies, including South-South cooperation strategies, recognize the strategic role of creativity and diverse cultural expressions: 
YES
If YES, please provide the name(s) of the strategy and year(s) of adoption: 
There is the Orange Economy initiative to promote investment and employment, following the economic model of the Inter-American Development Bank (IDB), and the supports of South-South Cooperation of Colombia
Your country manages multi- and/or bilateral technical assistance and capacity building cooperation programmes supporting: 
-
Relevant Policies and Measures: 
-

Goal 4 - Promote Human Rights and Fundamental Freedoms

Gender Equality

Ministries, governmental agencies and/or parliamentary bodies in charge of gender equality: 
Exist and are relevant for artists and cultural professionals
Policies and measures to support the full participation of women in cultural life have been implemented during the last 4 years: 
YES
Policies and measures have been adopted to support the recognition and advancement of women as artists, cultural professionals and/or creative entrepreneurs, (e.g. ensure equal pay for equal work or equal access to funding, coaching or mentoring schemes, anti-discrimination measures, etc.): 
YES
Data is regularly collected and disseminated to monitor: 
Participation of women in cultural life
Relevant Policies and Measures: 
-

Libertad artística

The constitution and/or national regulatory frameworks formally acknowledge: 
The right of artists to create without censorship or intimidation
The right of artists to disseminate and/or perform their artistic works
The right for all citizens to freely enjoy artistic works both in public and in private
The right for all citizens to take part in cultural life without restrictions
Independent bodies are established to receive complaints and/or monitor violations and restrictions to artistic freedom: 
-
Initiatives to protect artists at risk or in exile have been developed or supported by public authorities during the last 4 years (e.g. providing safe houses, guidance and training, etc.): 
-
Measures and initiatives intended to ensure transparent decision-making on government funding/ state grants and awards for artists exist (e.g. through independent committees, etc.): 
YES
Social protection measures that take the professional status of artists into account have been adopted or revised in the last 4 years (e.g. health insurance, retirement schemes, unemployment benefits, etc.): 
NO
Economic measures that take the status of artists into account have been adopted or revised in the last 4 years (e.g. collective agreements, income tax and other regulatory frameworks, etc.): 
YES
Relevant Policies and Measures: 
-

Measures and Initiatives reported by Civil Society Organizations

Describe how the CSO form has been used to promote collaboration with CSOs in the preparation of this report, including the distribution of the form and the modalities of collection and analysis of the information received. Please indicate the percentage of measures and initiatives received that have been considered as relevant by the Party and included in the QPR.: 
-
GOAL 1 - Support sustainable systems of governance for culture: 

Orange Republik (Creative Neighborhood, Innovation and Cultural Heritage.)

Name of CSO(s) responsible for the implementation of the measure/initiative: 
Bessy Bendaña
Estrella Peinado
Miguel Avila
Describe the main features of the measure/initiative: 
Naranja Republik project financed by IDB LAB and USAID aims to support the creation of a creative ecosystem called Naranja Republik (Creative Neighborhood, Innovation and Cultural Heritage) supporting an urban revitalization process that turns the Historic Center of Tegucigalpa and Comayaguela (CHTC) into an ecosystem of innovation that concentrates citizens, entrepreneurs, companies, universities and public and private institutions within the creative / orange economy. It includes elements of: (i) urban transformation and enhancement of heritage; (ii) Support for the development of the Cultural and Creative Industries / Orange Economy and (iii) Support for the consolidation of the technology-based entrepreneurial ecosystem and digital agenda. The differential of the proposal lies in the orange economy (cultural, creative and digital) as an instrument of urban revitalization to generate more inclusive economic opportunities, strengthen the conditions of the CHTC and the actors involved (improve digital creative capacities), solve relevant problems and mobilize creative ventures through new technologies and adaptation to distribution platforms; development of innovative access channels and generation of market information. Likewise, innovative methods and best international training practices for creative entrepreneurs are developed. This proyect will turn the CHTC into a digital creative district, strengthening young creative entrepreneurs and favoring the insertion of young Hondurans in the workplace, improving their situation within the job market and ensuring that the CHTC develops more and better opportunities, through the new technologies.
Does it specifically target young people?: 
YES
Does this measure/initiative receive or has it received International Fund for Cultural Diversity (IFCD) funding?: 
NO
What are the results achieved so far through the implementation of the measure/initiative?: 
The project is in it first year of execution and it will expect to be completed in 2 years The initiative has three components: Component 1. Urban Revitalization of the Historic Center of Tegucigalpa and Comayaguela The final results / products of this component are: a) 550 professionals (municipal technicians, creatives, universities and civil society) trained / training workshops and strategic alliances with all the actors involved in the management of the CHTC (municipal technicians, professionals of the sector, universities and civil society); b) 12 planning, management and financing instruments developed / specialized technical assistance for the institutional strengthening of the Management of the Historic Center of the AMDC (creation of a single window with the participation of the Chamber of Commerce and Industry of Tegucigalpa (CCIT), cataloging of buildings, market studies and definition of real estate value, financing mechanisms, business models and review of mechanisms for capital gains recovery, among others); c) exchanges of experiences with other cities; d) recovered spaces and buildings (financed with counterpart resources from AECID, AACID, Raíz Capital and national banks) for creative activities such as Parque La Concordia, the Municipal Council; theaters, galleries, etc. e) 22 creative projects supported around recovered spaces / agenda of cultural activities and their implementation around recovered spaces / buildings; f) urban laboratory to identify challenges and experiment with solutions from creative industries and g) experimental urban interventions Component 2. Promotion of Cultural and Creative Industries The final results / products of this component will be: (i) contests to identify creative talent in different subsectors; (ii) creative training plans with curricular options (undergraduate and graduate); (iii) 96 creative ventures supported / participation of creative projects in fairs, festivals, contests, etc. for the promotion and commercialization of creative products and services in the country and abroad; (iv) 180 creative entrepreneurs trained / business management courses for creative ventures; (v) knowledge exchanges with creative groups from other countries; (vi) spaces for the creative process17 (workshops, common spaces, shared tools, co-working type, FabLab, medialabs, etc); (vii) spaces for artistic expressions in the CHTC (viii) strengthening of arts and crafts schools (vocational training with internships); (ix) 60 creative projects supported / new financing mechanisms; (x) Orange Connection Network that facilitates relationships between the creative community and the generation of new business opportunities; (xi) study of consumption trends in different subsectors in foreign markets and the domestic market; (xii) 60 registered creative products / guides and studies related to intellectual property rights in the different subsectors; (xiii) 60 companies that use instruments and incentives / incentive mechanisms for the use of creative products and services (voucher / voucher type); (xiv) awareness campaign on Orange Economy and (xv) image of Naranja Republik: Digital Creative District. . Component 3. Support for creative technological ventures and digital agenda The final results / products of this component are: a) 360 young people trained in programming / programming school for young people21; b) 360 young people trained in entrepreneurship for technological projects / professional training school for entrepreneurship / startups; c) proposal for the creation of a network of angel investors; d) proposal to adapt the legal and fiscal framework to encourage creative technological entrepreneurship; e) organization of ideas and entrepreneurship competitions; f) 10 technology-based ventures supported to participate in events and partial competitions / scholarships to support the participation of entrepreneurs in national and international events and; g) 30 supported technology-based ventures / ideas / ventures awarding contest.
GOAL 2 - Achieve a balanced flow of cultural goods and services and increase the mobility of artists and cultural professionals: 
-
GOAL 3 - Integrate culture in sustainable development frameworks: 
-
GOAL 4 - Promote human rights and fundamental freedoms: 
-
On the basis of the analysis of the responses provided through the CSO form, present up to ten main priorities of CSOs to implement the Convention over the next four years.: 
Government need to support the cultural institutionality, through technical cooperation for the design of public policies with their respective budgets. Honduras does not have a Culture Law or National Culture Strategy in the short, medium and long term. Unesco could cooperate with our country through technical cooperation for the design of the Law and its respective Strategy. Through the Open Letter of the Committee of Cultural Centers (CCC) addressed to the Government and society in general, the aforementioned was requested, among other things. Without public policies that promote culture, we will be condemned to continue not complying with the Sustainable Development Goals

Emerging Transversal Issues

Relevant Policies and Measures: 
-

Challenges and Achievements

Describe the main results achieved to implement the Convention (at least one major achievement in one of the four goals): 
.
Describe the main challenges encountered to implement the Convention and the main solutions found or envisaged to overcome them: 
There is no a satellite account about Honduran culture, which makes it difficult to compile all statistical data related to this sector at the country level. 2. The draft of the framework Law for the Promotion of Culture and the Arts has not been approved, this one being an instrument of great importance since this law establishes regulations and instruments aimed at consolidating a comprehensive, participatory and sustainable policy that encourages and safeguards artistic expressions and cultural aspects of Honduran society. 3. Since we are going through a pandemic, unfortunately, there were very few responses from the required institutions, each institution has other priorities with regard to their country, either because they do not have the information or because of time, not much collaboration was received. moreover, the disintegration of the sector makes the compilation of information very difficult.
Describe the steps planned in the next four years to further implement the Convention and the priority areas identified for future policy action based on the conclusions of the current reporting process: 
.

Annexes

Please upload relevant documents (law, policy, agreement, regulation, strategy, etc.), studies and statistics in PDF format related to the implementation of the 4 goals and the 11 areas of monitoring of the Convention in your country. The documents should have been produced during the reporting period covered by this periodic report. Please provide the title and a description of the main content of the document in English or French.: 

Submission

Designated official signing the report: 
Title: 
Ms.
First name: 
Lina Yexsuana Pina
Family name: 
Mancuso Rivera
Organization: 
Dirección Ejecutiva de Cultura y Artes
Position: 
Directora Ejecutiva
Date of submission: 
2020
Electronic Signature: