• La reunión anual promueve el diálogo entre las Oficinas Nacionales de Estadística (ONE), los Mecanismos para el Adelanto de las Mujeres (MAM), organismos públicos, organizaciones de la sociedad civil, la academia y organizaciones internacionales.
El Secretario Ejecutivo del organismo, José Manuel Salazar-Xirinachs, encabezará un acto conmemorativo en el que participarán Fernando Martínez López, Secretario de Estado de Memoria Democrática del Gobierno de España, y un representante de la familia Soria.
The former President of Finland will give a keynote lecture on Tuesday, September 12 at the UN regional organization’s central headquarters, where she will be received by the Executive Secretary, José Manuel Salazar-Xirinachs.
In a new flagship annual report, ECLAC indicates that the region’s countries will continue to face an economic scenario of low growth. It is expected that regional Gross Domestic Product will grow 1.5% in 2024, slightly below the 1.7% estimated for the current year.
The President of the Brazilian Development Bank (BNDES) gave a keynote lecture today in Santiago and signed an agreement that relaunches the historical BNDES-ECLAC Working Group that functioned in the 1950s, now called the Celso Furtado Working Group.
New edition of the bloc’s Foreign Trade Bulletin, prepared by ECLAC, indicates that the challenges for 2023 continue to be linked to strengthening domestic space in the pursuit of greater productive integration.
The Professor at Columbia University’s School of International and Public Affairs and former Executive Secretary of ECLAC gave a keynote lecture today organized in the framework of the commission’s 75th anniversary commemorations.
Reunión se efectuará en la sede del organismo en Santiago de Chile del 22 al 25 de agosto, organizada conjuntamente por la comisión regional de las Naciones Unidas, el SELA y CAF-Banco de Desarrollo de América Latina.
The first Latin American AI Index was launched at ECLAC’s headquarters, at an event led by the organization’s Executive Secretary, José Manuel Salazar-Xirinachs, the Chilean Minister of Science, Technology, Knowledge and Innovation, Aisén Etcheverry, and representatives of international organizations, the private sector and academia.
Sub-Regional Director for the Caribbean of the United Nations Economic Commission for Latin America and the Caribbean (ECLAC) Diane Quarless says Caribbean SIDS (Small Island Developing States) must stop working in silos to tackle development challenges and unlock the full potential of the region.
Director Quarless was speaking in Saint Vincent and the Grenadines at a meeting of Caribbean SIDS, where representatives from 16 countries are assessing progress on sustainable development and planning for the Fourth International Conference on Small Island Developing States in 2024.