La aplicación de las cuotas: experiencias latinoamericanas

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Published: 
1 June 2004
Language: 
español
Pages: 
156
ISBN: 
91-85391-02-6 (Print)
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Este informe examina las cuotas utilizadas en América Latina, con estudios de casos en Argentina, Bolivia, Brasil, Costa Rica, México y Perú.

Contents

Sobre el proyecto y esta Memoria

1. Sistemas de cuotas: una visión de conjunto

2. Aplicación de las cuotas en América Latina: Discursos y reformas legales

3. Las cuotas en la práctica: el reto de su implementación y ejecutabilidad

4. Democracia y sistemas electorales

Conclusiones: lecciones aprendidas de la experiencia de las cuotas en América Latina

Referencias biográficas

Lista de participantes

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Middle Row from left to right:  Annika Silva-Leander, Head of Democracy Assessment at International IDEA; Keboitse Machangana, Former Director of Global Programme at International IDEA; Annika Savill, Executive Head for the United Nations Democracy Fund (UNDEF); Njeri Kabeberi, Chair of International IDEA’s Board of Advisers; Sarah Lister, Head of Governance at United Nations Development Programme (UNDP); Margot Wallström, Former Deputy Prime Minister and Minister of Foreign Affairs of Sweden. 

Bottom row from left to right: Pippa Norris, Lecturer and Political Science at Harvard University; Simonetta Sommaruga, President of the Swiss Confederation; Maria Leissner, Ambassador at Sweden’s Ministry for Foreign Affairs; Riika Laatu, Finnish Ambassador to Myanmar; Amina Mohammed, Deputy Secretary-General of the United Nations and Chair of the United Nations Sustainable Development Group. 

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