Plan and Recommendations - Tentative
July 2004 to November 2005
Members at the XV Regional RIIN Workshop
National Centers will inform the IIN as to whether they fully
understand the titles assigned to the statistics.
Coordinating Center will generate a new statistic to obtain the
Directory of RIIN Participating Centers. This must include
information such as: type of Center (User Center, Focal Center or
Subcenter), contacts and date of the latest update sent by the
Center to its Coordinating Center. For Focal Centers, this will be
the date that this was sent to the RIIN Coordinator.
the Coordinating Center, the IIN will prepare the statistics
required by the Centers, based on specific requests. These will be
shared among all Participating Centers.
Centers must inform the RIIN Coordinator of the Office program they
use (type and version), and must report when they change Office
Participating Center must inform the IIN of the computer equipment
they use, and the corresponding specificities, so that the
Coordinating Center may draw up a detailed chart for each
Participating Center. Although this is detailed in the reports, it
is still necessary to know the structure of all the Centers. It is
also valid for any changes made between workshops.
of a program that allows for the deletion of authors, descriptors
from the Free Vocabulary, and Institutions Responsible that are not
being applied in the OPD, in order to get rid of the waste that is
and preparation of Virtual Workshops.
of a communications group, using free discussion groups. The
representative of Venezuela will be in charge of carrying this out.
of the conversion of data obtained from online information-gathering
forms and the direct inclusion of these data in the OPD (Venezuela).
of the conversion of Databases to the OPD format (Brazil and Mexico
are providing databases for conversion).
order to generate specific information, an instrument for the
dissemination of “good practices” in the region will be created.
Each National Network or Focal Center will report on 10 projects, 10
institutions and 10 documents on each of the following topics:
disability, child labor, drugs, sexual exploitation (prostitution,
pornography, sex tourism) and children in conflict with the law.
The information must reach the IIN before the end of 2004.
The publication of this information or its inclusion as a document
on the institution’s website will be evaluated in 2005.
was requested that, then the RIIN Coordination team visits one of
the member countries, it should include on its agenda a meeting with
the authorities of the National Centers, to help raise awareness
among the authorities regarding the activities being carried out.
The IIN was requested to ensure, if possible, the participation of
the Coordinator of the National Network in the meeting between the
IIN representatives and the high-ranking authorities.
IIN was requested to prepare a letter evaluating the participation
of the representatives at the XV Regional Workshop, and send it to
the Directors of the participating organizations.
was requested that information distributed to Participating Centers
be sent with a copy to the authorities, so that they can see the
work being done by the Centers both nationally and internationally.
was requested that executive reports be prepared for the Directors
of the Organizations.
of the National Networks:
Organizations and Projects
raise awareness in the organizations about the potential of recovering
Projects that have been executed.
conceptualize information in a comprehensive manner and to
incorporate, into the Databases, the information on the Projects, the
organizations carrying them out, and the resulting documentation.
was suggested that the IIN should study the possibility of
incorporating, into a project’s “status” field, the possibility
to include a new status: “postponed” or “extended.”
Visca will find out what would be the best; IT methodology to use for this Workshop.
The terms will be sent to the IIN for evaluation in
accordance with the proposal (see presentation on the
Once they are received, the terms to be analyzed will be
shared among all participants.
October, the Centers will evaluate all the descriptors and
prepare comments on them, the basis for their creation, etc.
will be discussed by the Participating Centers in November
(date to be confirmed).
of OPD to the RIIN Coordinating Center
Centers will receive the information in September 2004.
Centers will receive the information in February 2005.
Centers will receive the information in June 2005.
Centers will receive the information in September 2005.
2005 – Dispatch to the IIN
on these dates, the National Coordinators will coordinate the
dispatches of their national networks, with enough time to perform the
quality control on the information received.
IIN requested participants to try and publicize the XIX Pan American
Child Congress in their respective countries.
limited and detailed presentations only 10 minutes in length.
and detailed comments on the presentations; otherwise, more time on
the agenda should be allocated for comments.