Centro Latinoamericano de Administración para el Desarrollo (CLAD)

Centro Latino-Americano de Administração para o Desenvolvimento
Latin American Centre for Development Administration (CLAD)
Centre latinoaméricain d'administration pour le développement

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1972-06-30 Caracas Venezuela


Established by Latin American and Caribbean governments, following recommendations of Resolution 2802 (XXVI) of the General Assembly of A-XA3375 - United Nations (UN) and and 15th Biennial Meeting of E-XE4175 - United Nations Economic Commission for Latin America and the Caribbean (ECLAC).


Promote analysis and exchange of experiences and knowledge on the reform of the State and the modernization of Public Administration, through organization of specialized international meetings, the publication of works, the provision of documentation and information services, the conduct of studies and research, and execution of technical cooperation activities among member countries and from other regions.


2024-11-26 | Brasilia, Brazil – International Congress on State and Public Administration Reform / Congreso Internacional sobre la Reforma del Estado y de la Administración Pública

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Directive Council; Programming and Evaluation Commission; Board of Directors; Scientific Council; General Secretariat located in Caracas (Venezuela). Maintains: Escuela Iberoamericana de Administración y Politicas Públicas (EIAPP); K-XK2056 - Network of Institutions for the Fight Against Corruption and the Recovery of Public Ethics; K-XK2053 - Post-Graduate Network in Administration and Public Policy; K-XK2054 - Red de Escuelas e Institutos Gubernamentales en Asuntos Públicos (REIGAP).


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