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Fernando Casado Cañeque

Fernando Casado

Fernando Casado Cañeque is the founder and director of CAD, bringing together 20 years of experience working with international organizations in the development field. He is a Ph.D. economist and journalist specialized in projects related to economic and sustainable development. He has worked as strategic advisor to a variety of international organizations and has been the General Coordinator of UNDP’s Millennium Development Goals initiative. He is specialized in managing projects promoting the achievement of development goals and cross-sectoral partnerships improving aid efficiency. He is author of several books on CSR and development, as well as of a range of articles on development economics, globalization and sustainability. In addition, he is also director of several social documentaries on development issues and social injustices.  

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Cebras por la Vida
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Cebras Por La Vida Painting the Town for Pedestrian Safety

Thinking about the pedestrian is to look at the most critical issues, thinking first about people, not about private cars and their demands.
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Towards the Human City

Wrestler Fights for Pedestrian Rights in Car-Centric Mexico City

Peatónito, a local activist dressed as a wrestler, is taking a playful approach to tackle a deadly violation of pedestrian rights in Mexico City. 
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