La comisión económica regional de las Naciones Unidas y el Gobierno de Guatemala alinean esfuerzos para acelerar el paso hacia un desarrollo más productivo, inclusivo y sostenible del país centroamericano.
The presentation of the Digital Development Observatory (ODD) will take place on Thursday, February 15 in a virtual event led by the Executive Secretary of the regional UN organization, José Manuel Salazar-Xirinachs.
The meeting, organized by the Ministry of Education of Chile (MINEDUC) and UNESCO, with the support of ECLAC, CAF, UNICEF and the World Bank, addresses the challenge of educational reactivation, the transformation of teaching, and financing. To overcome these challenges, it is necessary to have public policies to guarantee the right to education for 125 million students in the region.
At a ceremony held in the framework of a special meeting of ECOSOC, which took place in Chile, ECLAC launched a new edition of the renowned Chilean lawyer’s memoirs entitled “Cooperate or Perish: The Dilemma of the World Community.”
Palabras del Secretario Ejecutivo de la CEPAL, José Manuel Salazar-Xirinachs, en el evento paralelo a la reunión del ECOSOC “Reedición de las memorias de Hernán Santa Cruz, ‘Cooperar o perecer: el dilema de la comunidad mundial’ y celebración de su legado”.
For the second time in its history, one of the United Nations’ most important organs is holding a Special Meeting at ECLAC’s headquarters in Santiago, Chile, on the topic of “The future of work: towards a productive, inclusive and sustainable global society.”
The researcher at the Basque Foundation for Science (Ikerbasque) at the University of the Basque Country will give a talk on Monday, January 22 as part of the activities commemorating the United Nations regional organization’s 75th anniversary.
According to a new joint publication by these two United Nations organizations, the increase in the regional employment rate, seen in 2022, slowed significantly in the first six months of 2023, while the participation rate declined.
ECLAC, OECD, CAF – Development Bank of Latin America and the Caribbean, and the European Commission presented a new edition of their traditional annual report “Latin American Economic Outlook 2023: Investing in Sustainable Development”.