IACE - Instituto de Asuntos Culturales España

National Network

Pico de Majalasna, 4-3m

Organisation Type
Non-Governmental Organization
Year of Establishment
Fields of Activity
  1. Democracy and community development
General Information
Multicultural Board of Directors (5) / 24 members The ONG has recently being re-activated, modifying its deeds according to the new Spanish Law 1/2002 and being accepted November 20th, 2008 Source of funding: Own- by giving facilitation services and delivering training on Facilitative Leadership and Participatory Methods (after being translated and adapted from English to Spanish) - Source: Institute of Cultural Affairs International (www.ica-international.org) Action: through non-formal and formal training in Spain and Latin American Countries, Development cooperation projects
Mission and Objectives

IACE: "Dedicados al crecimiento y desarrollo del factor humano, a través de la participación"
MISIÓN: “Promover una cultura de participación y procesos de calidad que conlleven un compromiso y empoderamiento del factor humano dentro y fuera de la sociedad española.
Promoting a participatory culture and intercultural /diversity quality processes for building peoples´s capacity for shared social commitment, empowerment, growth and development withinn Spanish-speaking communities.
“Formar y promover el desarrollo y crecimiento del factor humano dentro de las organizaciones y equipos de trabajo para fomentar una sociedad interactiva basada en el consenso, la capacidad dialógica y compromiso de sus integrantes.
Los ámbitos de actuación son aquellos donde el factor humano representa y es considerado pieza clave.”

Main Projects / Activities

International Cooperaton for Development (2009) Awaraness Campaign for preventing sexual abuse and violence towards children and teenageres, in 4 regions of Peru. Face to face and virtual training for central and local government authorities, staff, health and educational local authorities and staff and grass root organizations mostly based in rural areas of Apurimac, Cuzco, Arequipa, Cajamarca: Jaén and San Ignacio.
1st Technology of Participation Spanish Trainers training, which started on February and going on up to December.
Empowering and advising religious organizations worlwide to transform their current structure and culture management to a more participatory and horizontal one with the support of new technology. (Oblatas del Santísimo Redentor, IBVM - Irish Nuns, Hospital San Juan de Dios, Lima)
Delivering formal training through universities in Spain and Peru on Facilitation skills and Facilitative Leadership.

Contact (1) Full Name
Catalina Quiroz
Head of the organisation
Mark Abbott
Contact (2) Full Name
Fernando García