Plural Editores is the most active publishing house in Bolivia, with annual output of 90 works, divided into 34 collections. Founded in 1987 as an Information Centre for Development (CID), it started publishing social science and human science books as Plural Editores in 1992, and as from 1999, it consolidated its position as an independent publishing house. Plural Editores has published over 500 works to date, many of these in co-publication with academic institutions, research centres, multilateral organisations, NGOs and artistic bodies. Moreover, the firm has opened two bookshops, one in Cochabamba and the other in La Paz. Plural has co-organised the Yolanda Bedregal National Poetry Award since 2000 and the Franz Tamayo National Tale Award since 2006.