The role of the Regional and Local Governments in the construction of cohesive societies. How to reduce the inequalities and discrimination through public policies and actions
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Mr. Jeannot Ahoussou-Kouadio is the President of the Assembly of Regions and Districts of Côte d’Ivoire (ARDCI) and President of the Regional Council of Belier.
He was Prime Minister of Ivory Coast during 2012. Previously, Mr. Jeannot Ahoussou-Kouadio held important positions in the government: Minister of State, Minister of Justice, Minister of Justice and Human Rights, Deputy Minister as Minister of Construction, Urbanism and Housing, etc.
A lawyer by profession, Mr. Jeannot Ahoussou Kouadio holds the Certificate of Aptitude for the Profession of Lawyer (CAPA) since November 1980. He has a Master’s degree in Law from the University of Abidjan.
President of the United Regions Organization (ORU Fogar) and President of the Rabat-Salé-Kénitra Regional Council, Morocco
Abdessamad Sekkal is the President of the United Regions Organization (ORU Fogar), the President of the Rabat-Salé-Kénitra Regional Council (Morocco), the Treasurer of the Association of Moroccan Regions (ARM) and the President of the working group “Economic Development” of the International Association of Francophone Regions (AIRF).
Mr. Sekkal is also the director of a research center on distribution and urbanism and manager of diverse private and public entities, in charge of urbanism, urban distribution and territorial development.
Juan Manuel Bermudez has a Degree in Psychopedagogy from the University of Cádiz, a Degree in Magistracy from the University of Cádiz and has been a teacher in the public system of primary education of the regional government of Andalusía. He is a Trainer in Information and Communication Technologies.
Mayor of Conil De La Frontera, Cádiz, since 2012; Vicepresident of the group of Fishing Development Cádiz-Estrecho; Representative for the Izquierda Unida Party in the Territorial Board of the Spanish Federation of Municipalities and Provinces since 2012.
To date, the city of Conil is implementing the Urban Sustainable Development Strategy (EDUSI).
Chief Director of the Programs Office Department at FAMSI
Emilio Rabasco Jiménez holds a Bachelor’s degree in Economics and Business Studies from ETEA (University of Córdoba) and a Master’s Degree in Participatory Research for Local Development from Universidad Complutense of Madrid. Emilio works in the development cooperation field since 1998 when he was in charge of leading the Guatemala University Cooperation Program between Guatemala’s Rafael Landívar University and INSA-ETEA Córdoba University until 2011. He has worked as a consultant for several organizations since 2001. At that time, he joined the Andalusian Fund of Municipalities for International Solidarity (FAMSI). From 2001 to 2013 he has been holding different positions of responsibility in this Organization, mainly linked to the management of development programs, as a Deputy Director and Director of Development Assistance Programs. Currently, he is in the position of Chief Director of the Programs Office Department at FAMSI. As Chief Director he has been involved in planning and evaluating projects in more than twenty different countries in Latin America, Africa and Europe. He has led the coordination of a variety of publications, for instance; the First Inventory of the Andalusian Decentralized Cooperation and evaluations of programs of the Provincial Councils and Andalusian Town Councils. He has worked as a lecturer, implementing a wide number of courses, seminars and conferences. Additionally, he has been professor of the Master degree in Cooperation for Development of the University Pablo de Olavide in Seville and ETEA in Córdoba, Spain.