The Fifth Action Plan mainstreams the gender approach and social inclusion in all its commitments, by including several sections that refer specifically to the impact on gender and inequality gaps. In addition, in this plan the commitments are linked to the Development Goals of the 2030 Agenda for Sustainable Development at the level of objectives and goals, and each commitment has monitoring indicators.
The co-creation process of the Fifth Action Plan was coordinated by the Multi-stakeholder Forum for an Open Government, made up of government representatives, civil society, the private sector and academia. The methodology of the process was based on the Design thinking methodology, to build innovative ideas oriented towards solutions and centered on the citizenry. Once the issues were prioritized by the Multi-stakeholder Forum through a socialization process, citizens were invited to participate in workshops and meetings. In-persona territorial tables and virtual thematic tables were developed. The workshops and in-person meetings included the participation of 576 people between civil society and government. In the virtual meetings, 416 people participated. In other words, in total, the process had the participation of 992 people.
Monitoring and evaluation:
National platform for monitoring commitments (Click here)
Latest report of the Independent Reporting Mechanism (no information)
Transversal approach: gender and inequalities
Total commitments: 10
Subnational commitments: No
Open parliament commitments: No
Open justice commitments: No