Executive Secretary, Alicia Bárcena, will present this document at a press briefing, where she will also explain the latest contributions of the regional organization to the debate on climate change.
15 September 2014:
"On this International Day of Democracy, I call on young people everywhere to lead a major push for inclusive democracy around the world", says the UN Secretary-General, Ban Ki-moon.
12 September 2014:
"South-South and triangular cooperation offer a path to balancing growth and equity in the context of a new Global Partnership for Sustainable Development", UN Secretay-General Ban Ki-moon says in his message.
In Costa Rica:
ECLAC organizes two events in San José in its role as technical secretariat of the process to implement Principle 10 of the Rio Declaration on Environment and Development.
During the international conference held in Samoa:
Building resilience to external shocks and addressing vulnerability of island States are key issues to attain sustainable development, the UN Commission stated.
During the Third International Conference on SIDS in Apia, Samoa:
Un bodies renewed their commitment to work together to eradicate poverty, build resilience and improve quality of life.
Alicia Bárcena in Oslo, Norway:
In a lecture at the University of Oslo, ECLAC's Executive Secretary presented the organization's proposals included in the "trilogy of equality."
Ministers from several Caribbean countries addressed the challenges posed as a result of small size and limited capacity.
During a workshop at ECLAC:
Increasing cooperation and dialogue between both sides is key to building a fairer economic and social order for developing countries, they indicated.
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At the award ceremony, the Executive Secretary said that the distinction recognizes ECLAC'S contribution to greater equality and social inclusion.