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Partner Profile of the Week: Red Nicaragüense por la Democracia y el Desarrollo Local, Nicaragua

Posted by civilsocietyindex on October 27, 2009

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La Red Nicaragüense por la Democracia y el Desarrollo Local, es un espacio de comunicación e intercambio horizontal de una expresión de la sociedad civil nicaragüense, cuya identidad se construye en un proceso permanente de interacción sobre la base de principios y valores acordados entre sus 54 miembros.

La Red Nicaragüense por la democracia y el desarrollo local es un espacio autónomo integrado por organizaciones de la sociedad civil y personas a título individual, que promuevan de manera articulada e inclusiva el desarrollo local con equidad de género, generacional y pluricultural, de forma participativa y descentralizada.

Sitio web: http://www.redlocalnicaragua.org

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The Nicaragua Network for Democracy and Local Development (NNDLD) is a space for communication and horizontal exchange. It exists as an expression of Nicaraguan civil society, whose identity is constructed through a permanent process of interaction around the basic principles and values that have been agreed to by their 54 members.

The Nicaragua Network for Democracy and Local Development (NNDLD) is an autonomous platform made up of civil society organizations and individuals who are working to inclusively and concretely promote local development in the country. This work is done with attention to gender equity and equal representation of all social groups, and in a way that is participative and decentralized.

Website: http://www.redlocalnicaragua.org

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