The ETI will be chaired by URACCAN Rector Dr. Alta Hooker.
The meeting will present analyses on the environment of cooperation present and to come.
URACCAN authorities, between directors of communication and research centres and institutes, as well as the External Cooperation team of this higher education house, hold a meeting at the New Guinea campus, during the week of September 22-24, through which they will develop the Institutional Workshop on External Cooperation (TICE) to work on the reconfiguration of project management before International Cooperation.
This workshop corresponds to the number XIV developed by URACCAN, being a vital space to lay the foundations for the financing of the Institutional Strategic Plan 2021-2030. Following the presentation on walking the planning of this study house, by master Adrián Puerta, Director of Planning, Dr. Alta Hooker Blandford, rector of URACCAN, referred to the process as an opportunity to continue innovating.
"This new context is for creatives and innovators, and that's what we have said we are; URACCAN, from the beginning, raised being a different university, a university organized for the peoples and that route is what we have taken," Rector Hooker said strongly, adding that "URACCAN has been built from the collective." For this reason, he invited those present to "plan with an eye on here for up to ten years".
According to the methodological strategy of the workshop, it will be maintained in a framework of informed, participatory, reflective and inclusive dialogue of all bodies with a mandated or potential orientation towards the institutional management of National and International Cooperation, Solidarity and Complementarity projects, which means identifying, defining and consing new management routes, commitments and coordination arrangements and institutional articulation.
Among the expected results are: the definition of a portfolio of strategic projects to be managed according to the mapping of potential donors in 2020, by the participating actors according to their topics of specialization; to build in a participatory way the cooperation, solidarity and national and international complementarity of the Intercultural Life Plan of URACCAN 2021-2030, among others that would pay for the model and strategy of institutional management.