Liderar la internacionalización de Medellín en un contexto de pandemia ha sido desafiante, pero al tiempo, nos comprometió a repensar la manera de posicionar la ciudad en el mundo, de seguir cerca a nuestros aliados en el exterior y mantener vivo su interés por nuestro territorio.
Through the Ethnic Groups Management, the Sexual Diversities and Gender Identities Management and the Secretariat for Non-Violence, Medellín articulates a policy to guarantee greater equity and well-being. Peace is a construction that provides opportunities for everyone.
A 60,000 square meter space, built in an old prison, supports Medellín’s education strategy and articulates it with the demand in a more digital world.
Entrepreneurs, producers and territorial entities are moving forward in plans to return to stability in a gradual manner. “Arriba Antioquia” is one of the resulting strategies.
Medellín articulates a plan to mitigate the impact of climate change and develops actions to promote food security through ecoOrchards that guarantee quality food for families.
Urban transformations and articulated strategies make the city an attractive destination for foreign investors.
The fourth industrial revolution marks the way for the economic revival of the city, these are some of the initiatives that will make this goal possible to achieve.
Today, with a pandemic and a new normal, international cooperation is a key element in the development and solution of shared problems.