Impact on Local and Regional Policies

Impact on Local and Regional Policies

By political impact, we mean the processes carried out by OMEP to exercise influence on public policies, their implementations and resource allocation decisions within the political, economic, social and institutional systems oriented to protect the right to care and education in early childhood.

 

The actions include approaching governments, policymakers and public officials, and carrying out campaigns in the media, hosting public conferences, and publishing academic research, polls or informative campaigns.

 

Since the approval of the Education 2030 Agenda, OMEP has been committed to defending SDG 4.2, monitoring its progress and achievements, as well as overseeing investments and spending, demanding transparency in governance and in the budgeting processes.

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