The Seminar on Sustainable Development Goals and Oversight was held from October 23 – 25, 2017, in the Office of the Comptroller General of the Republic of Chile.

All of all the issues addressed by the panels were linked to Sustainable Development Goals, such as strengthening the rule of law, the fight against corruption, supreme oversight of state enterprises; inclusion, participation and democracy; adapting to risks relating to climate change and natural disasters; education indicators, Chile in the international context.

In parallel, from the afternoon of October 24 representatives of 18 OLACEFS members took part in a workshop on SDG 5, “Gender Equality”, which seeks to evaluate the preparedness of the national governments of Argentina, Bolivia, Brazil, Chile, Colombia, Costa Rica, Cuba, Curaçao, Ecuador, Guatemala, Mexico, Nicaragua, Paraguay, Peru, Uruguay and the local government of Bogotá, Colombia for implementing SDG 5, aimed at gender equality and empowering all women and girls.

This coordinated audit is also being held in other INTOSAI regions, with support from the INTOSAI Development Initiative (IDI).

For the presentations and videos of the Seminar “Sustainable Development Goals and Oversight”, please click on the link:

Sustainable Development Goals and Oversight Seminar

For pictures from the Sustainable Development Goals and Oversight seminar, please click here:

Pictures – Monday, October 23

Pictures – Tuesday, October 24

Pictures – Wednesday, October 25

Please click below to see the presentations and pictures of the Coordinated Audit Workshop on SDG 5, “Gender Equality”:

Photos Panel 1 Gender Equality for Sustainable Development SDG 5 – 24-10-2017

Video Panel 1 Gender Equality for Sustainable Development SDG 5 – 24-10-2017

Photos Panel 2 Challenges of SDG 5: Violence, sexual and reproductive health – 24-10-2017

Video Panel 2 Challenges of SDG 5: Violence, sexual and reproductive health – 24-10-2017

Photos Panel 3 Challenges of SDG 5: Participation and leadership of women in political, economic and public life – 25-10-2017

Photos Panel 4 How do we evaluate progress on gender issues? – 25-10-2017  

Photos Panel 4 How do we evaluate progress on gender issues? – 25-10-2017 

Photos Audit Methodology – 25-10-2017  

Video Audit Methodology – 25-10-2017 Part 1

Video Audit Methodology – 25-10-2017 Part 2

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Program for Coordinated Audit Workshop on SDG 5, “Gender Equality.” pdf
PANEL 1 – Gender Equality for Sustainable Development, SDG 5:
Presentation by Laura Echeverría, Director of the National Service for Women and Gender Equity, Chile pdf
María Graciela de la Rosa, Auditor General of the Nation of Argentina pdf
PANEL 02 – Challenges of SDG 5 – Violence, sexual and reproductive health:
Izkia Siches, President of the Medical College, Chile pdf
Fabián Forestieri, Director of Institutional Relations at the Paraguayan Comptroller’s Office. pdf
Fabián Forestieri – Video on violence, sexual and reproductive health in Paraguay. pdf
PANEL 3 – Challenges of SDG 5: Participation and leadership of women in political, economic and public life
Natalia Piergentili, Undersecretary of Economy, Chile pdf
María Inés Miranda, Director of the NGO Wise, Chile
Diego Carrasco, President of the International Observatory on Migration, Chile pdf
PANEL 4 – How do we evaluate progress on gender issues?
Ximena Clark, Director of the National Statistics Institute, Chile pdf
Elizabeth Guerrero, Gender Focal Point, UNDP pdf
Andrés Bernal Morales, Deputy Comptroller for the Agricultural Sector, Office of the Comptroller General of the Republic, Colombia pdf
Presentation on the KMS – Marcela Sominetta, CTIC Presidency, Argentina pdf
Methodology of the coordinated audit in preparation for the implementation of SDG 5, “Gender Equity” pdf