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  1. PRESENTATION OUR SÃO PAULO NETWORK (RNSP)

  2. Rede Nossa São Paulo (RNSP) Our São Paulo Network • Founded in May 15, 2007; • Nowadays, the Network counts with more than 700 civil society organizations; • Mission • Building a political, social and economic force to engage society and successive Governments with an agenda for a just and sustainable São Paulo. • The activities of RNSP is based in 4 major axes: • Goals and Indicators Program • Citizen Attendance • Citizen Education • Citizen Mobilization Public Policies Incidence Sustainable Development Citizen Participation

  3. Rede Nossa São Paulo (RNSP) Our São Paulo Network Working Groups RNSP counts with the participation of 16 thematic working groups. Os GTs compromise representatives of institutions and citizens and fulfill an agenda which is decided collectively on the Network. The groups have autonomy to plan the actions from de perspective of each thematic area. Each GT meeting occurs periodically. GTs: Social Assistance, Culture, Education, Environment, Budget, Work and Income, Monitoring of Municipality Assembly, Child and Teenager, Communication, Participatory Democracy, Sport and Leisure, Indicators, legal, Youth, Urban Mobility and Health.

  4. Rede Nossa São Paulo (RNSP) Our São Paulo Network GT GT GT GT GT Inter GTs GT GT Collegiate GT GT Executive Secretariat GT GT GT GT GT READ NEWS

  5. Initiatives Our São Paulo Citizen Observatory Virtual database that makes available a set of social, environmental, economic, politic and cultural rights indicators about the city of São Paulo, in each of its 32 subprefecture and in the 96 district of the city which will be constantly updated, evaluated and exposed all over the society. The website is being restructured at the moment, so that only the previous platform is available at: www.nossasaopaulo.org.br/observatorio The new platform will have the format and information that is being shown in the next slides.

  6. New Platform of the Citizen Observatory Open Data

  7. Picture Basic Variables Explanation text Localization on the map Consult of Indicators of the city, through themes or regions

  8. Indicators – By Regions – Subprefecture Subprefecture 03 REGIONALIZED LEVELS : SÃO PAULO – 1st LEVEL SUBPREFECTURE – 2nd LEVEL DISTRICTS – 3rd LEVEL District Indicator’s list by themes

  9. Indicators – By Region – District Aricanduva’s District Indicator consultation by district

  10. Indicators – Page of Indicators – District – Historical Serie Calculated Indicator Historical Serie of the Aricanduva’s District

  11. Indicators – Page of Indicators – District – Graphic Indicator value Graphic with the historical serie of the Aricanduva’s District Factor of Inequality:Quantifies the times that the district with the lowest classification is worse than the one with the highest classification

  12. Indicators – Page of Indicators – District – Comparative Analysis Top of the IndexBEST INDICATORS Resumed Index The 03 best and the 03 worst indicators End of the IndexWORST INDICATORS

  13. Our São Paulo Network (RNSP) Inequality Map of São Paulo

  14. All districts with public equipments and services List of districts available in www.nossasaopaulo.org.br/observatorio

  15. Example: Culture Collection of books to childhood and youth in municipal libraries per capita Number os books available in municipal libraries and reading points per habitant ranging in age from 7 to 14. Year: 2011 Fonte: SMC (Secretaria Municipal de Cultura) - Departamento de Bibliotecas/IBGE (Instituto Brasileiro de Geografia e Estatística)/SEADE (Fundação Sistema Estadual de Análise de Dados) - Elaboração: Rede Nossa São Paulo Reference-target: at least 2 books per capita (Source: UNESCO) Best indicator: 8,96 books/habitant District: Consolação Worse indicator: 0 book/habitant Districts: Água Rasa + 44 districts with the indicator ZERO District: Grajaú0,03 book/habitant Desigualtômetro*: 298,67 times * For arithmetic, the calculation does not consider the indicators with value zero.

  16. Initiatives IRBEM Baseline Indicators of Welfare in the Municipality • A set of indicators to service the civil society, governments, companies and institutions to the knowledge of conditions and ways of living of the citizens, in order to guarantee the public and private actions main focus to be the welfare of people. • The Construction Process of IRBEM • From 8 to 31 May 2009 – Consultation of Working Groups (GTs) to the questionnaires’ construction; • From 1 to 15 June 2009 – Final questionnaire version using the suggestions and contributions of the GTs; • From 15 June to 30 September 2009 – (Public Consultation) – Availability of the online questionnaire on the RNSP website and in printed version to public consultation covering all the regions of the city. DATABASE

  17. Initiatives IRBEM Baseline Indicators of Welfare in the Municipality • From 1 to 31 October 2009 – Tab of the questionnaire data selecting 40% of the most voted items of each theme which were considerated more important to the population quality of living; • From 1 to 14 November 2009 – These items were incorporated by IBOPE in the RNSP annual research, which seeks the satisfaction and/or dissatisfaction level of the São Paulo population , using sampling methodology; • January 25, 2010 – Public release of the 1st edition of the IRBEM Research; • January 20, 2011 – Public release of the 2nd edition of the IRBEM Research; • January 17, 2012 – Public release of the 3rd edition of the IRBEM Research; • January 17, 2013 – Public release of the 4th edition of the IRBEM Research; • January 21, 2014 – Public release of the 5th edition of the IRBEM Research.

  18. 1st Step: Public Consultation • 24 themes were approached in Public Consultation; • Participation of 36 thousand people; • 12 thousand people over than 16 years; • 23 thousand children and adolescents from 10 to 15 years (partnership with the Municipal Education Secretariat) – online questionnaire application on the municipal public schools.

  19. Public Consultation Example EDUCATION

  20. Public Consultation Example EDUCATION

  21. Initiatives 2nd Step: Application of Survey by IBOPE

  22. Example from Survey by IBOPE

  23. Our São Paulo Network(RNSP) Amendment to the Organic Law of the Municipality – n. 30 (Goals Plan Law) The Project to the Law was announced by RNSP to Municipal Assembly. Compromise the successive mayors to present a detailed government program with objectives goals to be executed during the management (four years). The idea is that the Plan of Goals be detailed by subprefecture and districts. It has been approved in the Municipal Assembly of São Paulo in 2008 – the city of São Paulo was the first of the country to have the Goals Plan Law approved and put into practice.

  24. Our São Paulo Network(RNSP) Goals Plan Law • Main Objectives: • Improve the planning and the management to the 04 years period of the elected mayor; • Associate election campaign’s promises with the effective government program; • Promote full conditions of monitoring, supervising and social controlling on the public policies execution; • Several cities in Brazil have already approved the Amendment as the case of the city of São Paulo. The RNSP also support the approval of the Proposals named “PEC 10/2011” and “PEC 52/2011” which aim the implantation of the Plan of Goals to all the managements, being municipal, state or federal. • This scenario favored the development of the initiative Sustainable Cities Program, described next:

  25. Our São Paulo Network(RNSP) Other Actions Campaign for the reduction in the rate of sulfur In October 2002, the Conama (National Environment Council) issued the Resolution 315 stating that, as from January 2009, the amount of sulfur in diesel down, establishing standards for the emission of pollutants by motor vehicles; The Our Sao Paulo Network joined other partners to demand for compliance to the Resolution 315 from Federal Authorities and Vehicle Assemblers; Was signed The Conduct Adjustment Term (TAC), in 11/30/2008, in the presence of the Federal Public Ministry (MPF), between the Federal Government and representatives of Petrobrás, the Fecombustível, the National Petroleum Agency (ANP), the São Paulo State Government, the Anfavea and of Engine Assemblers – which postponed the deadline determined in the resolution;

  26. Our São Paulo Network(RNSP) Other Actions Campaign for the reduction in the rate of sulfur 2014 - gas stations across the country will receive a less polluting gasoline, with lower sulfur content; In 2009, the gasoline had 500 milligrams of sulfur per kilogram. Last year, went on to 200 milligrams per kilo. Now, the ultra low sulfur content is considered the maximum of 50 milligrams per kilo. Hence the name: gasoline S-50, which should reduce the emission of sulfur into the atmosphere at 94%. World Carfree Day September, 22th – World Carfree – event, actions, public act organized by RNSP Research “World Carfreee” accomplished with Ibope, since 2007 – 6 editions were launched.

  27. Initiatives Sustainable Cities Program (PCS) • Objective • The Sustainable Cities Program aims to raise awareness, mobilize people and provide tools to develop Brazilian cities in an economically, socially and environmentally sustainable manner. The tools are: • SUSTAINABLE CITIES PLATFORM - an agenda for the sustainability of cities which incorporates social, environmental, economic, political and cultural dimensions into an integrated model; • INDICATORS-associated to the 12 platform axes andpart of the commitments of the mayor(s) – 100 are basics and 300 general; • BEST PRACTICES – Exemplary and reference national and international success cases. • MATERIALS – GPS Guide (Sustainable Public Management Guide) with 12 videos and a publication to support the implementation of PCS and the Guide Publication to Use of Indicator’ System for the Construction of Observatories. In addition, publications of references DESCRIPTION

  28. SUSTAINABLE CITIES PLATFORM READ THE NEWS

  29. INDICATORS INDICATORS PLATFORM • Main characteristics • Open Data; • Indicators Management; • Regionalization of Data; • Construction of Goals. • How to install: • https://github.com/AwareTI/Iota/wiki/Iota---Como-instalar-uma-c%C3%B3pia-no-linux More information: http://www.aware.com.br/iota Download the IOTA: http://awareti.github.io/Iota Development Partners

  30. INDICATORS INDICATORS SYSTEMS • Objectives • Attendance and monitoring of the indicators in the municipalities which have signed the compromise with the Sustainable Cities Program; • Comparison of indicators between the signatories cities from the Sustainable Cities Program; • Availability of data in open format (Open Data).

  31. Indicators – Access to the signatories cities’ websites

  32. Indicators – Signatories Cities

  33. Indicators – By Program Axes Click to choose the axe Numbers registered in the system Registered Indicators Click to open the indicator page City: IPATINGA

  34. Indicator Indicators – Indicator Page Description of the indicator Formula calculation COMPARISON BETWEEN CITIES Graphic with historical series Goal Reference Comparative Graphic between the city To add more cities:1. Write the name of the city2. Click in magnifier3. Click in Add 1 2 3

  35. Indicators Download the data in open format Download files in open format Pick the cities to download Choose the format Choose: Indicators or Variables

  36. BEST PRACTICES

  37. Best Practices – Search Database of Best Practices Research trough axes, continent, country, city or population

  38. Best Practices - Page Example of Best Practice

  39. Boas Práticas – Página CAMPAIGNS Mobilization • Campaign to candidates for Mayors • For adoption of the platform and take the commitments of the Program; • Campaign for voters • Valuation of candidates to mayors who have committed to the Sustainable Cities Program. CAMPAIGN AT GLOBO Exemplo de Boa Prática

  40. Boas Práticas – Página Mobilização • Campanha para candidatos à Prefeitos • Para adoção da plataforma e assumir os compromissos do Programa; • Campanha para os eleitores • Valorização dos candidados a prefeitos que tenham se comprometido com o Programa CidadesSustentáveis. Exemplo de Boa Prática

  41. Gestão Pública Sustentável (GPS) Sustainable Public Management Guide Realization: Our São Paulo Network, Brazilian Social Network for Fair, Democratic and Sustainable Cities and Future Studies Center Sponsor: BRF SEE THE DOCUMENT

  42. Guide Publication to Use of Indicator’ System for the Construction of Observatories • Introduction; • Indicator’ System of the Sustainable Cities Program; • Iota – Indicators Platform. SEE THE DOCUMENT

  43. Sustainability Goals for Brazilian Municipalities • Composed of Indicators and References; • Organized by Our São Paulo Network, Social Brazilian Network for Fair, Democratic and Sustainable Cities and Ethos Institute; • Presents several examples of good practices in several municipalities, in addition to references and parameters established by international organizations; • http://www.nossasaopaulo.org.br/sites/default/files/arquivos/publicacao-metas-de-sustentabilidade-municipios-brasileiros.pdf SEE THE DOCUMENT

  44. Indicators, References and Goals to São Paulo http://www.nossasaopaulo.org.br/sites/default/files/arquivos/publicacao-indicadores-e-referencias-de-metas-2013-2016.pdf http://www.nossasaopaulo.org.br/sites/default/files/arquivos/referenciasmetasparasaopaulo2009-2012completo.pdf

  45. Sustainable Cities Award 1st edition 2014 Observatories developed and maintained by Brazilian municipalities Who is allowed to participate: Signatories Cities of the Program Categories: small, medium and big cities Application date: July and August of 2014 Award date: November of 2014

  46. Brazilian Social Network for Fair and Sustainable Cities Founder and Member The network is composed by nonpartisan and inter-religious organizations and is open to new members. The objective is to exchange information and knowledge among its participants in order to promote mutual learning, support and strengthening of each local experience. Member Cities:

  47. Latin American Network for Fair, Democratic and Sustainable Cities and Territories Founder and Member The Latin American Network for Fair and Sustainable Cities was founded in 2008 and counts with 78 cities and 10 countries so far - Argentina, Bolivia, Brazil, Chile, Colombia, Ecuador, México, Paraguay, Peru e Uruguay. Member Cities: Argentina: Buenos Aires, Córdoba, Mendoza, Rosario, San Martin de los Andes Bolivia: La Paz, Cochabamba, Santa Cruz de la Sierra Brazil: 39 cities Chile: Caracautin, Santiago, Valdivia- Region de los Rios, Villarrica, Província de Chiloé Colombia: Barranquilla, Bogotá, ÁreaMetropolitana de Bucaramanga, Cali, Cartagena, Ibagué, Valledupar, Pereira, Manizales, Medellin Ecuador: Cuenca, Tena, Quito, Puerto Ayora México: City of México, Guadalajara, Ciudad Juarez, León, Monterrey Paraguay: Asunción, Encarnación Peru: Arequipa, Lima, Trujillo Uruguay: Montevideo, Trinidad

  48. Lines of action Developing indicators to evaluate the city's quality of life and governance Enhancing citizen participation Monitoring public policy Favoring dialogue between sectors Knowledge sharing. Identifying best practices. Advocating the right to information access and accountability

  49. Results Updating and monitoring the quality of life indicators Mobilizations to encourage cultural and political changes envisioning sustainability Institutional reforms and public policy proposals. (Ex. Goals Plan) Promotion of citizen participation and the construction of wide networks http://redciudades.net/blog

  50. Results (2013 – 2014) Advocacy • Councils • RNSP stimulates and participates actively in the expansion of the performance spaces of civil society in public administration. Between these spaces are the municipal councils. • Since the beginning of 2013, 03 new councils were created in the city by direct action of Our Sao Paulo Network: • The City Council of São Paulo; • Participatory Municipal Council; • Municipal Council of Transit and Transport (CMTT). • Beside these, RNSP together with other civil society organizations, that integrate the Network for Transparency and Social Participation, participated in the elaboration of the draft of the Bill that is ready to be forwarded to City Hall proposing the creation of the Municipal Council of Transparency and Social Participation.