This first part of the Annual Report contains four chapters. First, the Ombudsperson for Children’s Office is presented: its organization, objectives, and the focus of its work according to its 2018-2023 Strategic Plan.
Then, institutional management is addressed in its different strategic processes between June 29, 2020, and June 29, 2021, and the actions deployed by the five macro-zonal headquarters on specific issues related to childhood and adolescence are presented. Such as migration, gypsy camps, rurality, the Mapuche people, and gender identity.
In the end, in the fourth chapter of this first part, the institutional challenges are presented.
More than 200 recommendations to State entities, participation in 23 bills and 71 sector tables, communication campaigns and initiatives in favor of children and adolescent’s participation, attention to more than 2,800 requests from citizens, more than 200 actions judicial and administrative complaints, seven investigations, and monitoring of the State’s commitments to the rights of children and adolescents are some of the actions undertaken by the institution in its third year of operation.
About the Ombudsperson for Children’s Office
June 2020-June 2021 Ombudsperson for Children’s Office Management
Childhood and adolescence from the work of the macro-zones
Part One: Institutional Public Account