YO SOY SERVICIOS PÚBLICOS

External practice

Duration

2 years

Partnership

Asylum, Migration and Integration Fund (AMIF) European Union Ministry of Inclusion, Social Security and Migrations. Government of Spain

Reason it was developed

Public services are a fundamental axis for the fair and equitable functioning of any society. They are tools common to all citizens to guarantee the well-being, social justice, equality, and labor and civil rights of all people. This platform is a space for reflection and collective action to incorporate diversity and an intercultural and anti-racist perspective in Public Administrations within the project: “Management and Attention to Diversity in Public Function”.

Activities

-Identify and incorporate inclusion and interculturality as principles of intervention in public services. ∙ Know the processes involved in the categorization (stereotypes) and undervaluation (prejudices) of groups or minorities in society and their effects. ∙ Promote spaces for exchange to analyze professional practices and propose changes that result in a guarantee of equal treatment and non-discrimination from public services. ∙ Know strategies and tools to work on interculturality and inclusion in intervention, services and public policies. ∙ Training and support for union delegates to incorporate the principles and rights that we defend into their union function. ∙ Actions carried out with indicators of union scope or incidence ∙ Presentation of the project before the 17 Autonomous Communities and 2 Autonomous Cities ∙ Preparation and distribution of materials in public administration work centers: 2,000 Guides Guide for the application of the intercultural and anti-racist approach in public services, 15,000 brochures and 10,000 posters, 5 videos, 10,000 stickers, 80,000 postcards. ∙ Delivery of 4 face-to-face training courses. Participants: 105 Locations. Andalusia, Castilla León, Balearic Islands and Extremadura ∙ Delivery of 4 online training courses accredited by the University of León. ∙ Teaching of 2 Webinars, training through networks. • Design and management of the website and online materials.

Results

∙ 108,761 direct beneficiaries distribution of prepared materials ∙ 1,002 enrolled in the training. 620 beneficiaries trained in 8 training actions carried out. Score obtained in the courses by the participants has been 4.6 out of 5. ∙ 25,634 web and social media beneficiaries. ∙ 761 downloads of the guide and 3,239 views. ∙ Presentation of the project before the 17 Autonomous Communities and 2 Autonomous Cities.

Funding

Asylum, Migration and Integration Fund (AMIF) European Union Ministry of Inclusion, Social Security and Migrations. Government of Spain

Links

Spain
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