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19 May 2017 | News
ECLAC Caribbean convenes high-level meeting to discuss the subregion’s plans to aggressively pursue implementation of Agenda 2030 and the SDGs in this regard.
18 May 2017 | News
ECLAC workshop provides a platform for Member States to discuss practical steps towards establishing national institutional frameworks for SDG implementation in the Caribbean.
15 May 2017 | News
Investments should total around 6.2% of GDP but by 2015 the amount was only 2.3%, according to the INFRALATAM database.
4 May 2017 | News
During the Forum to launch the “Panama Cooperates” plan, the regional body’s Deputy Executive Secretary, Antonio Prado, stressed the importance of multilateral cooperation for achieving the Sustainable Development Goals.
3 May 2017 | News
A priority goal of the Cayman Islands new national energy policy is to decrease energy costs in the country, in light of the very high price of energy in the country.
1 May 2017 | News
Recent developments in the field of financial technology (FinTech) may offer potential solutions to some of the problems surrounding de-risking and the navigation of correspondent banking relationships.
27 April 2017 | News
A special session on artificial intelligence took place at the first meeting of the Forum of the Countries of Latin America and the Caribbean on Sustainable Development, underway in Mexico City.
27 April 2017 | News
ECLAC’s Executive Secretary participated in an event entitled Commitments and Roadmap Towards a 50-50 Planet by 2030, which was held on the sidelines of the first meeting of the Forum of the Countries of Latin America and the Caribbean on Sustainable Development.
26 April 2017 | News
On the first day of the Forum of the Countries of Latin America and the Caribbean on Sustainable Development, the regional body’s Executive Secretary, Alicia Bárcena, presented the annual report on regional progress and challenges in relation to the 2030 Agenda.
26 April 2017 | News
The training is taking place in Santiago, Chile and is organized by the United Nations Office of Legal Affairs, in collaboration with the Chilean government and ECLAC.
26 April 2017 | News
On 27-28 April 2017, a Digital Financial Services (DFS) Workshop will be convened in Port of Spain, Trinidad and Tobago to update policy makers in the Caribbean about the latest trends in financial technology.
25 April 2017 | News
In response to protectionist movements in the world, multilateralism will allow the countries of Latin America and the Caribbean to achieve development with equality and sustainability, says the organization.
25 April 2017 | News
ECLAC’s Executive Secretary, Alicia Bárcena, and Mexico’s Undersecretary for Multilateral Affairs and Human Rights, Miguel Ruiz-Cabañas, inaugurated the gathering at a hotel in the capital.
18 April 2017 | News
All panels at the annual meeting will be broadcast live on April 26-28. The invitation on social networks is to participate in the debates using the hashtags #ForoALC2030 and #LACForum2030.
12 April 2017 | News
There are more than a million people in the Caribbean living with some form of disability and an estimated 250,000 who experience significant disabilities.
5 April 2017 | News
ECLAC Hosts Regional Meeting, the First of its Kind Globally, between the Statistics and Geospatial Communities of Latin America and the Caribbean
30 March 2017 | News
ECLAC has just released its latest policy brief, which examines the adjustments that the Caribbean subregion needs to make in order to attain medium-term development.
17 March 2017 | News
The Director of the Gender Affairs Division, María Nieves Rico, is attending the 61st session of the Commission on the Status of Women (CSW61) in New York City.
15 March 2017 | News
In two new documents, ECLAC offers an analytical framework for green production and environmental innovation and proposes indicators to facilitate data generation and region-wide comparisons.
15 March 2017 | News
A report prepared by the regional organization in collaboration with Ipea and the German cooperation mechanism (GIZ) highlights the fact that Brazil is one of the few countries in the world with its own instrument for funding climate change policies.