Comunas. A Presentation by: Will Sefcik, Sika Abbey, Yanira Lopez, Annie Goodrich, Maria E. Zavala. What Is A Comuna ?. A system in which a country or smaller divisions of a country are separated Very similar to feudalism from the Middle Ages A part of European society as well
A Presentation by:
Will Sefcik, Sika Abbey, Yanira Lopez, Annie Goodrich, Maria E. Zavala
In 1994 the city of Buenos Aires amended its constitution becoming autonomous from the rest of the country to manage itself through its local government.
Budget as of 2007 5 billion USD as well as 50 percent of all Venezuelan petroleum revenue, with each council allotted between 14,000 – 28,000 USD per project.
Infocentro:Initiative in favor of technological literacy; is a site that makes information and communication technologies (TIC), primarily internet connected computer terminals.
Managed by Communal Councils
Provide access to low-income sectors, at no costs.
Access to internet through the Simón Bolívar satellite
There are 866 in all over the country
Through alliances with businesses and government funds
Increase the flow of information
Interconnects comunaswith technology to impede limitations to higher access to education
Helps generate social inclusion, through Information Science and Technology (ICT)
Citizens are active participants in the process of social transformation
Generate alternatives of expression and citizen participation andbetter opportunities in the workplace
Internet as a mobilization tool for strengthening Socialism