Inputs for tomorrow

In this exercise for our last week, we ask you to prepare a brief document that will serve as an input to the Bank of the MOST Programme’s Good Initiatives for Equity and Social Inclusion in Latin America and the Caribbean, which can be shared once the course is over in other platforms and practice communities.

The idea is simple but we hope that it will be a powerful inspiration.

Those who are interested in carrying out this exercise (which is strictly voluntary) may opt for one of the following types of presentation:

1) Carry out a transformative and feasible scheme in the participant’s range of influence.

With this course as a reference (contents visited, issues addressed in the debates, recommendations from materials and experts), and considering the context in which you undertake your daily work, you are asked to conceive a concrete action that you will carry out to face one of the challenges addressed during the course.

2) Identify a good, transformative institutional practice that is being implemented on a local or regional level in the participant’s field of interest.

With this course as a reference (contents visited, issues addressed in the debates, recommendations from materials and experts), identify a case of good practice that is inspiring when facing and overcoming some of the challenges we have seen throughout the course.

Formal aspects:

• Whichever option you choose, you are asked not to exceed 500 words.

• The documents must bear the name of the locality/country and institution of reference. Inclusion of your name is optional.

• As stated at the beginning of this course and set out in the FutureLearn platform Code of Conduct, this activity is not to be used in any way for campaigning or as propaganda for any product or service

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Inequalities in Latin America and the Caribbean: Research, Policy and Management for Social Transformations