Pass Santé+: Guide pratique à l’attention des professionnels de santé

Le chéquier PASS Santé+ prévention-contraception comprend 9 coupons liés à des prestations de prévention et d’accès à la contraception, telles que des consultations médicales, une analyse biologique et l’achat de contraceptifs.

Objectif ? Permettre aux jeunes d’accéder gratuitement et de façon confidentielle à des prestations de prévention et de contraception. Renforcer l’information des jeunes et faciliter leur accompagnement dans un parcours de prévention et de soins dans le domaine de la sexualité.

Comment ? La demande de chéquier « PASS Santé + prévention-contraception » se fait exclusivement par téléprocédure sur le site génération.regionpaca.fr.

Region PACA (2014) Pass Santé+: Guide pratique à l’attention des professionnels de santé 

How to Create and Implement Healthy General Plans

This toolkit provides users with a logical progression of steps that can build upon one another, without mandating a fixed entry point. It is organized around a process of engagement, from building relationships and assessing existing conditions to creating and ultimately implementing policy language.

The toolkit includes the following sections:

  • Laying the Groundwork for Healthy Planning discusses strategies health practitioners and advocates can use to build relationships with planners and other public officials while involving community members and building political capital and support for their work
  • Assessing Existing Conditions addresses the role of data in developing plans and policies, and provides an overview of data sources and ideas for collecting and using data effectively
  • Writing a Healthy General Plan contains a discussion of general plans and where to include health language in them 
  • Model Health Language includes goals, objectives, and policy ideas for communities to adapt to their own local general plan needs
ChangeLab Solutions (2012) How to Create and Implement Healthy General Plans

Climate Change: Implications for Cities

The Fifth Assessment Report from the Intergovernmental Panel on Climate Change is the most comprehensive and relevant analysis of our changing climate. It provides the scientific fact base that will be used around the world to formulate climate policies in the coming years.

This document is one of a series synthesizing the most pertinent findings of AR5 for specific economic and business sectors. It was born of the belief that the cities sector could make more use of AR5, which is long and highly technical, if it were distilled into an accurate, accessible, timely, relevant and readable summary.
Although the information presented here is a ‘translation’ of the key content relevant to this sector from AR5, this summary report adheres to the rigorous scientific basis of the original source material. Grateful thanks are extended to all reviewers from both the science and business communities for their time, effort and invaluable feedback on this document.

ICLEI - Cambridge University  (2014) Climate Change: Implications for Cities   

Municipal Advocate Mag: Economic Development Strategies

Articles on i) Manufacturing Remains Central in Pittsfield; ii) Marlborough Economic Development Corporation Works to ‘Expand the Pie’; iii) Rebuilding Gateway Cities Is Key to State’s Economic Future Rebuilding Gateway Cities Is Key to State’s Economic Future; iv) Business Incubators: Tools for Local Enterprise Development; v) All Economies Are Local: A Jobs and Growth Strategy for Cities and Towns; vi) Getting Ready for a Brighter Economic Development Forecast in 2014; and, vii) Selected Green Infrastructure Funding Sources from State Energy and Environmental Agencies

Massachusets Municipal Association (2014) Municipal Advocate Mag: Economic Development Strategies

Estudio Económico de América Latina y el Caribe

La edición 2014 del Estudio Económico de América Latina y el Caribe consta de tres partes. En la primera se analiza el desempeño de la economía regional durante el primer semestre, así como las perspectivas para todo el año, en un escenario en que la evolución de la economía mundial presenta luces y sombras. Se examinan las causas del modesto crecimiento económico proyectado y se destacan algunos de los desafíos para las políticas públicas.

La segunda parte se centra en aspectos relacionados con el desarrollo económico de América Latina y el Caribe desde una perspectiva de mediano y largo plazo. El nuevo contexto externo (caracterizado por un menor crecimiento de las economías emergentes, escaso dinamismo de las economías desarrolladas, moderación de precios de las materias primas y un mayor costo del financiamiento externo) plantea nuevos retos para la sostenibilidad económica y social del crecimiento económico y del desarrollo de la región. Con objeto de delimitar estos desafíos, se hace énfasis en la heterogeneidad de la región y en la diversidad que enfrentan las políticas macroeconómicas atendiendo a las características estructurales y vulnerabilidades específicas de cada país. Se analizan las fuentes del crecimiento durante las últimas décadas y se destaca que en el nuevo contexto la sostenibilidad económica y social del crecimiento requiere significativas transformaciones que implican, entre otras cosas, aumentar los niveles de inversión y productividad.

CEPAL (2014) Estudio Económico de América Latina y el Caribe

International Engagement in Fragile States

In 2009, one-third of all aid to developing countries went to fragile states. Yet in the world’s most difficult development situations, poorly conceived involvement can do more harm than good. Challenges such as poor security, weak governance, limited administrative capacity, chronic humanitarian crises, persistent social tensions, violence or the legacy of civil war require responses different from those applied in more stable situations.

To guide complex interventions in fragile and conflict-affected countries, development partners committed, in 2007, to ten Principles for Good International Engagement in Fragile States and Situations (FSPs). The FSPs were designed to improve development efforts in fragile and conflict-affected countries, which are home to more than 1.5 billion people and farthest away from achieving the Millennium Development Goals (MDGs). Recognising the complementarity of the FSPs with the principles of the Paris Declaration on Aid Effectiveness, in 2008, the Accra Agenda for Action (AAA) called for voluntary joint monitoring of the FSPs at country level.

This report presents the results of the Second Monitoring Survey on the implementation of the FSPs. It is based on consultations in 13 countries (up from 6 in 2009) that have taken up the AAA call to monitor development partners’ adherence to the FSPs, supported by the international community with a central role played by UNDP. The report contains a number of important findings that should serve as a wake-up call to development partners to shift their level of understanding and engagement by seizing the unique opportunities that today’s changing international context provides.

OECD (2011) International Engagement in Fragile States: Can’t we do better?

Manual de Agricultura Urbana

Un fuerte problema a nivel mundial, es el de la alimentación y no por qué no alcancen los alimentos, sino porque existe una mala distribución de ellos. Satisfacer la demanda ali mentaría de la población, bajo esquemas sustentables y con racionalidad en el proceso; es de vital importancia para el futuro de la humanidad.Entonces es preciso preguntarnos, ¿qué podemos hacer nosotros de forma individual y/o colectiva, para resolver y contrarrestar la contaminación ambiental y actuar a favor de una soberanía alimentaria?

Existen varios caminos a seguir y uno de ellos es practicar la Agroecología a través de la agricultura urbana con el fin de llegar a la sustentabilidad y a una soberanía alimentaria.

Azoteas Verdes de Guadalajara (2012) Manual de Agricultura Urbana

iFuture: The Internet of Everything Has Arrived in Government

In this report, Pegasystems explains how technology is unlocking the power of data to show how intelligent business process management is changing the way government works. Case studies of agencies are shared that are using iBPM to improve. In addition, industry experts from Pega
explain how you can begin leveraging iBPM at your agency, including:
Dr. Setrag Khoshafian, Chief Evangelist and Vice President of BPM Technology at Pega.
Cathy Novak, Industry Principal for Pega's Public Sector Business.
James Lawless, Account Executive, Federal Government for Pega.
Their message was clear: connected devices will be generating billions of data sets every day. The first state in understanding how to unlock the power of that data is explore how iBPM can transform you agency.

Pega Industry Perspective (2014) iFuture: The Internet of Everything Has Arrived in Government

Cerrando el círculo: Ruta para la gestión de evaluaciones de políticas públicas de igualdad

Esta ruta metodológica está destinada a orientar a responsables de las políticas de igualdad en la gestión y acompañamiento a dichas evaluaciones a través de 10 pasos claves que se recomienda seguir en dichos procesos. En ese entendido, contiene algunos ejemplos, recomendaciones y propuestas de formatos que apoyen en los procesos de gestión de las evaluaciones, así como algunas orientaciones acerca de aspectos importantes del proceso de evaluación que ayuden a dar seguimiento a las mismas y verificar que se realicen con enfoque de género y derechos humanos.

La elaboración de esta ruta ha sido posible gracias al trabajo colaborativo de las áreas de Género y Evaluación del Centro Regional del PNUD para América Latina y el Caribe quienes solicitaron a la especialista Fabiola Zermeño su elaboración. La ruta se diseñó a partir de los insumos extraídos del proceso de evaluación del Modelo de Equidad de Género del Gobierno del Estado de Zacatecas (MEGGEZ) impulsada por la oficina de PNUD México, por tanto brinda elementos para aprender desde la experiencia práctica y concreta de un proceso.

Centro Regional del PNUD para América Latina y el Caribe (2012) Centro Regional del PNUD para América Latina y el Caribe

Pro-poor mobility: Policy guidelines and Case studies

The publication titled 'Pro-poor mobility: Policy guidelines and Case studies' brings together a compilation of fifty best practices on pro-poor mobility solutions from across the developing regions of the world (South/South East Asia, Africa and Latin America Regions). It also provides guidelines and principles for formulation of pro-poor mobility policies and plans at national and city level.

Centre for Research on Sustainable Urban Development and Transport Systems - TERI (2013) Pro-poor mobility: Policy guidelines and Case studies