By: Neylin Calderón
The Institute of Studies and Promotion of Autonomy (IEPA-URACCAN), in the URACCAN Bilwi campus, held the panel "Achievements, Advances and Challenges in the Process of Autonomy on the Caribbean Coast of Nicaragua", with various themes, taught by the coordinator of the Autonomous Regional Government and students from different careers of this house of intercultural higher studies.
According to the Phd. Enrique Cordón, vice-chancellor of the university campus, these spaces are achieved thanks to the university being an essential part of autonomy, arguing that among the great advances in the 25 years of existence of the URACCAN has been "to be able to give to society almost about 2 thousand 500 professionals of the different careers and that all are incorporated in the process of development of the regional autonomy project" Said.
Cordón also mentioned that we must remember "and not lose sight of the URACCAN being the daughter of Regional Autonomy", the vice-chancellor said that every costeño and costña are happy to be able to celebrate 32 years that the law of autonomy was enacted, "means that we have advanced, that we have had challenges, but, we also have future prospects", concluded Enrique Cordón.
Participants in the conversation.
In this dialog space, the Msc was had as a special guest. Carlos Alemán coordinator of the Autonomous Regional Government on the North Caribbean Coast, who was in charge of giving a historical overview of the regional process, while in the panel process he was in charge of students of the careers of Agroforestry Engineering, Intercultural Medicine and Professor David Patterson.
In addition, part of the university community was present, who watched each of the topics related to the regional process of the Autonomous Region of the Northern Caribbean of Nicaragua.