Programa Iberoamericano de Ciencia y Tecnologia para el Desarrollo (CYTED)

Ibero-American Programme of Science and Technology for Development

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1984, as a programme of 'Comisión Interministerial de Ciencia y Tecnologia' (Spain). Became a programme of Ibero-American Summit of Chiefs of State and Government, 1995.


Contribute to harmonious development of the Ibero-American region by establishing mechanisms for cooperation among research groups at universities, R and D centres and innovative companies so as to allow the results of scientific and technological research to be transferred to systems of production and to social policies; cooperate with other initiatives so as to optimize resources and facilitate scientific and technological research in the region; act as a bridge for cooperation between Latin America and the European Union.


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/Institutional/: General Assembly (annual), comprising Signatory Bodies responsible for scientific policy in each member country, designated by national governments, responsible in each country for management of the Programme at national level. Technical Steering Committee (meets twice a year), comprising one delegate from each Signatory Body (National Organizations for Science and Technology), Secretary General (non-voting), delegates from International Observer Organisms (BID, CEPAL, CAB, ORCYT, OEI, OEA - non-voting) and (by invitation) the International Coordinators of Sub-Programmes. /Functional/: Sub-Programmes (18), each comprising a strategic theme for economic and social development and headed by an International Coordinator. K-XK2195 - Proyectos de Innovación IBEROEKA (IBEROEKA) (by analogy with the EUREKA Programme) - comprises innovative projects to promote cooperation in research and technological development between industrial companies and research centres. /International General Secretariat/: linking institutional and functional components and carrying out global management and coordination.


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GOAL 4: Quality EducationGOAL 9: Industry, Innovation and Infrastructure



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