We work to strengthen democratic institutions by promoting citizen participation and accountability. Thus, we want to contribute to the improvement of public policies and the management of the public, thereby enabling greater respect and protection of human rights.
- Transparency and access to public information
- Citizen participation
- Open government
- Accompaniment to the organization of women of Las Omas in the implementation of monitoring strategies and incidence of public policies for the strengthening of their economic, social and environmental rights, product of groundwater pollution following the malfunction of the sewage treatment plant, EDAR Bajo Grande.
- Follow-up and revision of the National Open Government Plans of Argentina and participation of the Civil Society Advisory Council of the Ministry of Foreign Affairs.
- Participation in the provincial tables on open government, to follow the goal of the province of Córdoba.
- Monitoring the implementation of the Public Information Access Act.
Area Coordinator › Nina Sibilla
María Victoria is a lawyer from the Faculty of Law of the National University of Córdoba (UNC). She completed his Master’s degree in Governance and Human Rights at the Autonomous University of Madrid (UAM). She was an intern at the Inter-American Commission on Human Rights in Washington (2017) and at the Inter-American Court of Human Rights in San José, Costa Rica (2019).
Previously, she worked as a lawyer in the Judiciary of Córdoba.
She participated in research teams on environmental and social rights at the Center for Legal and Social Research (CIJS) of the UNC and has teaching experience in the areas of Human Rights and Professional Practice.