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Bógota, 5-9 of March 2013 2/19/2013
ECLAC will hold the Conference on Sustainable Development in Latin America and the Caribbean: Follow-up to the development agenda beyond 2015 and Rio+20
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The meeting will focus on development goals, global and regional governance and the discussion, from a regional perspective, of agreements adopted in order to inform the ongoing global processes.

The Economic Commission for Latin America and the Caribbean (ECLAC) will hold the Conference on Sustainable Development in Latin America and the Caribbean: Follow-up to the development agenda beyond 2015 and Rio+20 in the Monserrate Conference Room of the Crowne Plaza Tequendama Hotel in Bógota, Colombia on 7-9 of March 2013. The meeting will focus on development goals, global and regional governance and the discussion, from a regional perspective, of agreements adopted in order to inform the ongoing global processes. 

This conference will be preceded by the Caribbean Forum: Shaping a Sustainable Development Agenda to address the Caribbean Reality in the 21st Century, the 5-6 of March 2013 in the Esmeralda Conference Room of the same hotel.

For more information on the event and for downloading the agenda please visit ECLAC's Río+20 site.