Asociación Civil Solar, a non-governmental organization committed to the development of cultural policies in Peru, proposes to improve policy-making and implementation processes by: (1) strengthening the role of civil society in the design and implementation of cultural policies; (2) promoting participative mechanisms and processes for the design and implementation of cultural policies.
- Development of a guide and ten workshops in order to strengthen the networking and advocacy capacities of 250 representatives from cultural organizations in nine of the country’s regions.
Three meetings by the national network of working groups in cultural policies, Alianza Peruana de Organizaciones Culturales – APOC to share knowledge, to define collective actions and evaluate progress.
A three-day forum (6th National Encounter of Culture - 6ENC) to foster public debate and exchanges on cultural policies, cultural governance and social development, including a workshop on the “Co-creation of cultural policies between governmental authorities and civil society.
Development of the third version of an Agenda for Shared Advocacy - ASA (Agenda de Incidencia Compartida - AIC), to strengthen national and local cultural policies, and dissemination though social media and events in nine of the country’s regions.
- Strengthens processes and mechanisms for public policy-making and implementation - The third version of the Agenda for Shared Advocacy – ASA resulting from the project, will inform local and national cultural policy-making processes by reflecting the aspirations and necessities of civil society.
- Reinforces the role of civil society in cultural policy-making and implementation - The project will provide civil society with more robust tools and opportunities to work collectively, engaging and collaborating with national and regional authorities, monitoring cultural policies and advocating transparency.