In Tuxtla Gutiérrez, convened by the Institutes: National Public Administration and Public Administration of the State of Chiapas, under the auspices of the Government of that State, was constituted the LAGPA, regional expression of the International Institute of Administrative Sciences, as an independent and plural space of understanding and conciliation of ideas to raise awareness about the importance of keeping the alliance between institutions alive and always positive of the State, organized society and citizenship in each Nation of Latin America. Topic: "THE ROLE OF PUBLIC ADMINISTRATION IN THE DEVELOPMENT OF THE COUNTRIES OF LATIN AMERICA".
With the participation of 28 professionals and academics. Topic: "STRENGTHENING OF THE INSTITUTIONS OF THE PUBLIC ADMINISTRATION IN A STATE OF LAW"
It brought together 39 practitioners and academics. Subject: "THE MANAGEMENT OF PUBLIC SPACE: A SHARED RESPONSIBILITY".
Within the framework of the 2012 IIAS Annual Congress, the Latin American Group for Public Administration (GLAP) and the National Institute of Public Administration of Mexico (INAP) developed the panel "DEVELOPMENTS AND TRENDS OF THE PUBLIC ADMINISTRATION IN LATIN AMERICA", with the participation of 35 practitioners and academics.
It had a preparatory character for the creation of the Observatory of Public Administration in Latin America (OLAP) and was attended by 12 representatives of universities affiliated to the Group, from Mexico, Colombia, Peru and Brazil. Subject: "LATIN AMERICAN OBSERVATORY OF PUBLIC ADMINISTRATION (OLAP)".
Held at the Getulio Vargas Foundation (FGV) facilities, with the assistance of thirty-one experts from nine Latin American countries (Argentina, Brazil, Colombia, Costa Rica, Chile, Guatemala, Mexico, Paraguay and Peru); Topic: "CREATION OF THE LATIN AMERICAN OBSERVATORY FOR PUBLIC ADMINISTRATION". On that occasion, the Group Coordination was transferred to Prof. Bianor Scelza Cavalcanti (FGV-Brazil).
Organized at the Getulio Vargas Foundation (FGV), Rio de Janeiro - Brazil, brought together more than 35 participants. The agenda was structured around three sequential panels, dedicated to the critical understanding of relevant experiences in the region. Topics: "PROSPECTION AND STRATEGIC PLANNING", "NEW INSTITUTIONAL AND ORGANIZATIONAL PROVISIONS", "EVALUATION OF PUBLIC PROGRAMS".
Organized by the Higher School of Public Administration (ESAP), the Universidad del Valle, both prestigious Colombian institutions, and the Getulio Vargas Foundation of Brazil, it was attended by around 30 leading specialists in Public Administration from 9 countries in Latin America and the Caribbean, accompanied by professionals, academics, doctoral students and young researchers. In total, 48 participants from 12 countries. The agenda included nine presentations and debates on three main issues: "ENTREPRENEURIAL GOVERNMENTS"; "PUBLIC POLICIES FOR EQUITY AND INCLUSION"; "CITIZENSHIP AND DIGITAL". In the framework of the Conference, the Statutes of the Group were reviewed, adapted and approved and César Rojas Alfonzo was elected as Executive Secretary of GLAP / IICA.
Organized, in partnership with Universidad del Valle (UNIVALLE) of Colombia and the support of the Getulio Vargas Foundation, the GLAP Annual Conference 2016. The event brought together academics, consultants, students and professionals to discuss experiences and trends that highlight the highlights of Public Administration in Latin America and the Caribbean. On the occasion, some 60 experts in public policy and representatives of the main institutions in Latin America will meet in Cali. The topics addressed were: "PUBLIC POLICIES AND ECONOMIC MODELS IN LATIN AMERICA"; "NEW PUBLIC MANAGEMENT, STATE CORPORATIVISM AND GOVERNMENT EFFICIENCY"; "CENTRALISM AND TERRITORIAL GOVERNANCE"
The event was sponsored by Universidad del Valle (Colombia), ESAN University (Peru) and close collaboration of the Getulio Vargas Foundation through the Executive Secretariat of GLAP, regional expression of the International Institute of Administrative Sciences (IICA) . The event brought together experts in Public Administration from countries such as Argentina, Chile, Colombia, Costa Rica, Mexico and Peru to discuss three topics: "PRIVATE CORRUPTION TOWARDS THE PUBLIC SECTOR: FACTS AND IMPACTS"; "NEW RIGHTS AND IMPLICATIONS FOR GOVERNANCE AND PUBLIC POLICIES "; "EMERGENCY OF NEOPROTECCIONISMO IN AN ATMOSPHERE OF MARKET LIBERALIZATION". The conference had a special session on the Sustainable Development Goals (SDG) with representatives of Colombia, Costa Rica and Peru.
With the support of the Public Service Agency (SERVIR) of Peru and the Universidad Católica Sedes Sapientiae (UCSS).