Continuing the practice of visiting our members, on February 25 we were able to make a virtual visit to the Center for the Implementation of Constitutional Rights (CIDC).
ICDC and RACI members participated in the visit, along with volunteers, where they exchanged questions and concerns regarding the origin and creation of ICDC, its objectives and work dynamics. In turn, the ICDC team presented its vision and mission, and made a tour of the various projects underway and those they plan to undertake in the near future.
Members and volunteers had a space to exchange ideas and opinions about the functioning of Civil Society Organizations in times of pandemic. It also allowed the RACI team to hear first-hand about the challenges, difficulties and obstacles that small organizations face in achieving their goals.
CIDC is an organization from the Province of Buenos Aires made up of lawyers whose areas of action are institutional quality, transparency, access to public information, education and gender issues. The team works with the aim of making law a tool for social change to improve realities.
If you want to know more about CICD’s activities, please visit: www.cidc.org.ar.