Micaela Hierro Dori

Argentina

GCL 2012

Contact Information

Job Experience

Nov 16 – to date DINE, Ministry of Interior, Public Works and Housing Consultant www.elecciones.gob.ar Buenos Aires, Argentina • Strategic Planning for Electoral Capacity-Building and Information campaigns, events and seminars organization at different districts. • Civil Society alliances to foster citizens’ participation during electoral process and civic electoral monitoring and observation. • Area evaluation and Reports writing. Mar-08 – June 16 CICES Civil Association Co-Founder/ Executive Director www.cices.org.ar Buenos Aires, Argentina • Design and implementation of International Projects: UNDEF- KAS project “Human Rights Latin American Forum: Dialogue between political parties and civil society” (2007-2008), NED Grant “Latin American Youth Network for Democracy in Cuba” (2013-2014), NED Grant “Cuban Youth Dialogue Roundtable” (2015-2016), NED Grant “Latin American Youth Network for Democracy” (2014-2016), KAS-Cuba Decide Project “Campaign for a Free Elections in Cuba” (2016). • Fundraising activities and projects planning for international grants. • Technical assistance and coaching to more than 27 NGOs in terms of project management. May-12 - Mar 13 CADAL Foundation Program Coordinator www.cadal.org, Buenos Aires, Argentina • Civil Society and Human Rights in Cuba Program Coordinator and assistance to International Democratic Solidarity Program (Grant NED). • International Cooperation Projects and Grant Writing/Proposal Development (National Democratic Institute). • Technical assistance to conferences at Latin American School of Political and Economic Studies (Grant KAS). • Research at the Observatory of International Relations and Human Rights (www.puentedemocratico.org). • Cuban Civil Society Interviews and Cuban Democratic Movement Reports. Aug 10 - Jan 12 MIGUEL DE CERVANTES UNIVERSITY Academic Coordination www.umcervantes.cl Santiago, Chile • Coordination of the Political Science and Public Administration School. • Organization of University´s seminars and workshops in partnership with international and governmental organizations including the participation of formers presidents and representatives from Latin America. • Monitoring and evaluation of annual planning processes and develop annual institutional report, including conduction of surveys to professors and students. April-09 July 10 GOVERNMENT OF MENDOZA IADB Consultant www.mendoza.gov.ar, Buenos Aires, Argentina • Projects planning from ministries and governmental agencies to be supported by international organizations and institutional relations with Embassies. • Monitoring Project of “Mendoza Productiva” supported by IADB. • Coordination of workshops with 25 civil society organizations and several public sector actors enhancing mutual cooperation. Nov 08 Mar10 GOVERNMENT OF BUENOS AIRES CITY Advisor www.jusbaires.gov.ar Council of Justice of Buenos Aires City • Budget execution reports and strategic planning to improve Management Accountability (new and effective administrative processes, developing indicators and methodologies for evaluation of sustainable goals). March-08 Nov 08 GOVERNMENT OF BUENOS AIRES CITY Project Management www.buenosaires.gov.ar Unit of Coordination of Youth Policy • Planning and negotiation of a youth employment and entrepreneurship project, which received funding for US$ 1.5 million supported by IADB. • Research for the Direction of Young People in the Social Development. Sep- 06 Aug-07 MINISTRY OF LABOUR Planning & Research www.trabajo.gov.ar, Buenos Aires, Argentina • Design of the program for Corporate Social Responsibility Projects in the public-private area, which became a new department within the Ministry depending directly from the Ministry Unit. • Contribution to a research, written reports and documents of public private synergy and dialogue concerned with decent work presented to ILO, UNDP, ECLAC. Other work experience: • May 04 - Dec 09: European Club - Youth Commission (International Relations Coordinator) www.clubeuropeo.com European Club, Buenos Aires. Argentina. • Jan 05 – May 05: UN– OCHA -IRIN News. (Intern) www.irinnews.org Nairobi, Kenya • Jan 05 - May 05: The Daily Nation www.nationmedia.com and The East African Standard (Freelance Photojournalist) www.eastandard.net Nairobi, Kenya • Sep 04 – Nov 04: Action Without Borders (Institutional Relations) www.idealist.org • May 04 – Aug 04: Rocha & Asoc. (Institutional Relations) www.rocha.com.ar • Nov 02 – Apr 04: Avant Group SRL (Foreign Market Director) www.avant-group.com.ar • Dec 01 - Nov 02: Global Mind Network (Director`s Trilingual Assistant) www.globalmind.com.ar • Feb 98 - Jun 08: Library, Museum and Archive of the Ministry of Foreign Affairs and Trade (Intern) www.mrecic.gov.ar, Buenos Aires, Argentina.

Professional Information

International Cooperation Consulting
Nov 16 – to date DINE, Ministry of Interior, Public Works and Housing Consultant www.elecciones.gob.ar Buenos Aires, Argentina • Strategic Planning for Electoral Capacity-Building and Information campaigns, events and seminars organization at different districts. • Civil Society alliances to foster citizens’ participation during electoral process and civic electoral monitoring and observation. • Area evaluation and Reports writing. Mar-08 – June 16 CICES Civil Association Co-Founder/ Executive Director www.cices.org.ar Buenos Aires, Argentina • Design and implementation of International Projects: UNDEF- KAS project “Human Rights Latin American Forum: Dialogue between political parties and civil society” (2007-2008), NED Grant “Latin American Youth Network for Democracy in Cuba” (2013-2014), NED Grant “Cuban Youth Dialogue Roundtable” (2015-2016), NED Grant “Latin American Youth Network for Democracy” (2014-2016), KAS-Cuba Decide Project “Campaign for a Free Elections in Cuba” (2016). • Fundraising activities and projects planning for international grants. • Technical assistance and coaching to more than 27 NGOs in terms of project management. May-12 - Mar 13 CADAL Foundation Program Coordinator www.cadal.org, Buenos Aires, Argentina • Civil Society and Human Rights in Cuba Program Coordinator and assistance to International Democratic Solidarity Program (Grant NED). • International Cooperation Projects and Grant Writing/Proposal Development (National Democratic Institute). • Technical assistance to conferences at Latin American School of Political and Economic Studies (Grant KAS). • Research at the Observatory of International Relations and Human Rights (www.puentedemocratico.org). • Cuban Civil Society Interviews and Cuban Democratic Movement Reports. Aug 10 - Jan 12 MIGUEL DE CERVANTES UNIVERSITY Academic Coordination www.umcervantes.cl Santiago, Chile • Coordination of the Political Science and Public Administration School. • Organization of University´s seminars and workshops in partnership with international and governmental organizations including the participation of formers presidents and representatives from Latin America. • Monitoring and evaluation of annual planning processes and develop annual institutional report, including conduction of surveys to professors and students. April-09 July 10 GOVERNMENT OF MENDOZA IADB Consultant www.mendoza.gov.ar, Buenos Aires, Argentina • Projects planning from ministries and governmental agencies to be supported by international organizations and institutional relations with Embassies. • Monitoring Project of “Mendoza Productiva” supported by IADB. • Coordination of workshops with 25 civil society organizations and several public sector actors enhancing mutual cooperation. Nov 08 Mar10 GOVERNMENT OF BUENOS AIRES CITY Advisor www.jusbaires.gov.ar Council of Justice of Buenos Aires City • Budget execution reports and strategic planning to improve Management Accountability (new and effective administrative processes, developing indicators and methodologies for evaluation of sustainable goals). March-08 Nov 08 GOVERNMENT OF BUENOS AIRES CITY Project Management www.buenosaires.gov.ar Unit of Coordination of Youth Policy • Planning and negotiation of a youth employment and entrepreneurship project, which received funding for US$ 1.5 million supported by IADB. • Research for the Direction of Young People in the Social Development. Sep- 06 Aug-07 MINISTRY OF LABOUR Planning & Research www.trabajo.gov.ar, Buenos Aires, Argentina • Design of the program for Corporate Social Responsibility Projects in the public-private area, which became a new department within the Ministry depending directly from the Ministry Unit. • Contribution to a research, written reports and documents of public private synergy and dialogue concerned with decent work presented to ILO, UNDP, ECLAC. Other work experience: • May 04 - Dec 09: European Club - Youth Commission (International Relations Coordinator) www.clubeuropeo.com European Club, Buenos Aires. Argentina. • Jan 05 – May 05: UN– OCHA -IRIN News. (Intern) www.irinnews.org Nairobi, Kenya • Jan 05 - May 05: The Daily Nation www.nationmedia.com and The East African Standard (Freelance Photojournalist) www.eastandard.net Nairobi, Kenya • Sep 04 – Nov 04: Action Without Borders (Institutional Relations) www.idealist.org • May 04 – Aug 04: Rocha & Asoc. (Institutional Relations) www.rocha.com.ar • Nov 02 – Apr 04: Avant Group SRL (Foreign Market Director) www.avant-group.com.ar • Dec 01 - Nov 02: Global Mind Network (Director`s Trilingual Assistant) www.globalmind.com.ar • Feb 98 - Jun 08: Library, Museum and Archive of the Ministry of Foreign Affairs and Trade (Intern) www.mrecic.gov.ar, Buenos Aires, Argentina.

Blog: Micaela Hierro

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Areas: Political/Legislative

Sector: Public

Phase: Implemented

Objective: Transmitir ideas para mejores políticas públicas de Argentina y compartir experiencias de distintos países de la región, de una manera sencilla y en primera persona.

http://micahierro.blogspot.com.ar

Latin American Youth Network for Democracy

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Areas: Governance, Leadership

Sector: Non Profit

Phase: Implemented

Objective: We seek to have a higher impact in international solidarity and empower our peers to engage in the defense of democracy and human rights. Accordingly, we denounce abuses of power, lack of accountability and transparency in Latin-American governments monitoring the cases of corruption, asking for justice to reduce impunity, defending human rights and democracy. Nevertheless, we do not stay only at the level of protest or denounce, we contribute with the democratic process and the stability of the law.

www.juventudlac.org

Latin American Youth Network for Democracy in Cuba

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Areas: Governance, Government, Leadership, Political/Legislative

Sector: Non Profit

Phase: Implemented

Objective: To strengthen the leadership skills of pro-democracy youth activists in Cuba To raise awareness about the lack of fundamental human rights in Cuba among Latin American youth leaders

www.juventudcuba.org