MIL OSI Translation. Region: Spanish / Latin America / UN –
Source: Republic of Colombia
Bogotá (Nov. 20/20). This November 20, Universal Children’s Day, the Ministry of Foreign Affairs has wanted to commemorate the date with the launch of its microsite: Chancellery for children.
Through this portal, minors will be able to learn interactively and with multimedia content about the efforts of the entity and its officials.
Luisa and Andrés are the characters chosen to be the virtual guides of all the tours and they will explain to the visitors everything about the Ministry, the ambassadors, consuls and other details of diplomatic life.
What is the Chancellery? Who is the Chancellor? What procedures does the Ministry carry out? This and other doubts will be clarified by Luisa and Andrés at https://infokids.cancilleria.gov.co/.
The main objective of the portal is to bring the Ministry to the children’s public with clear language and educational tools.
At the end of the tour of the play and information areas, children will be able to print a certificate in the form of a passport that accredits them as virtual ambassadors of Colombia.
In this way, the Ministry of Foreign Affairs continues to contribute to President Iván Duque’s Digital Government strategy.
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