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10 January 2023 | Infographic
A string of crises weakens global and regional trade. In 2022 regional exports of goods slowed down, but exports of services recovered strongly (45% January-June v/s 1% on the same period of 2021). This is mainly due to the reactivation of tourism, followed by “other services”, which include the so-called “modern services.”
29 November 2022 | Infographic
Investment landscape in Latin America and the Caribbean by ECLAC. Foreign Direct Investment inflows to Latin America and the Caribbean rebounded in 2021 after dropping sharply the previous year. There was a 40.7% increase over 2020, to 143 billions of dollars in 2021.
25 November 2022 | Infographic
Violence against women and girls and its most extreme expression, femicide, feminicide, or the gender-related killing of women and girls,1 dramatically bring to light the persistence of the structural challenges of gender inequality and gender-based discrimination and violence against women and girls in Latin America and the Caribbean. The deep historical and structural roots of patriarchal, discriminatory and violent cultural patterns, grounded in a culture of privilege, have proven among the most difficult to dismantle.
25 November 2021 | Infographic
As part of the campaign “UNiTE by 2030 to End Violence against Women”,1 in 2020 the United Nations Secretary-General, António Guterres, urged all governments to make prevention and redress of gender-based violence against women and girls a key part of their national response plans to the coronavirus disease (COVID-19) pandemic.
12 July 2021 | Infographic
“Information systems: transforming data into information, information into knowledge and knowledge into political decisions” Pillar 9 of the Montevideo Strategy for Implementation of the Regional Gender Agenda within the Sustainable Development Framework by 2030
2 July 2021 | Infographic
The Network of National Public Investment Systems of Latin America and the Caribbean (RedSNIP) was created in 2010 to strengthen the functioning of these state systems. It is currently made up of the directors of the SNIPs of the region and is supported by ECLAC, the Inter-American Development Bank and the Deutsche Gesellschaft für Internationale Zusammenarbeit (GIZ) GmbH.
30 September 2020 | Infographic
The proposal for development and integration in Central America put forward by the Economic Commission for Latin America and the Caribbean (ECLAC) on the basis of its considerable prior experience, is set out and updated in these infographics. The proposal emphasizes the need for a progressive structural change driven across various fronts: the social sector, energy, climate change challenges, infrastructure, fiscal coordination, trade, productive integration and innovation. It focuses on the importance of an environmental big push for equality and sustainability, supported by coordinated public policies capable of decoupling development from environmental externalities and improving the quality of life of the population.
7 July 2020 | Infographic
The path ahead – resignation or action?
20 May 2020 | Infographic
Public participation and access to information and knowledge are essential to design and apply effective climate policies.The Escazú Agreement is an unprecedented tool to catalyse climate governance and action in Latin America and the Caribbean.
29 January 2020 | Infographic
Latin America and the Caribbean is endowed with abundant natural resources, but these are distributed unevenly. ECLAC supports effective and democratic governance of natural resources to achieve the aspirations of the 2030 Agenda for Sustainable Development.
23 May 2019 | Infographic
Latin America and the Caribbean contributes less than 10% of total greenhouse gas (GHG) emissions, mostly from the energy sector, agriculture and land use change | Progress towards fulfilment of the Paris Agreement requires decarbonization of the economies | Investment in renewable energies and electromobility are key elements of the environmental big push | The region has great potential in hydroelectric, wind, solar and geothermal energy.
22 May 2019 | Infographic
Leaving no one behind implies turning a spotlight on the gaps between different population groups and areas of residence
22 May 2019 | Infographic
Coverage of social protection has grown in the region, but it is still far from universal. It is fundamental to develop comprehensive social protection systems.
6 May 2019 | Infographic
La CEPAL analizó los desafíos que enfrentan los países de America Central para la implementación de la Agenda 2030 para el Desarrollo Sostenible, con enfoque en los marcos legales, planificación, instrumentos, políticas publicas, instituciones y disponibilidad de recursos. La metodologia utilizada busca articular los contenidos de planificación de los paises en relación a la los objetivos y metas de la Agenda 2030, identificando los vinculos y nodos criticos. Esta metodología fue aplicada por el gobierno de Guatemala al identificar las 10 prioridades nacionales y 16 objetivos estrategicos para el desarrollo del pais
22 April 2019 | Infographic
To contribute to the protection of the right of every person of present and future generations to live in a healthy environment and to sustainable development, the first regional environmental treaty of Latin America and the Caribbean guarantees the full and effective implementation of the rights of access to environmental information, public participation in the environmental decision-making process and access to justice in environmental matters.
3 April 2019 | Infographic
ECLAC updates every year its report of container port throughput, which shows the cargo volume in containers in the ports of the region, based on data obtained directly from port authorities and terminal operators. In 2018 this activity rose 7.7% in the 118 ports analyzed, with a total volume of approximately 53.2 million TEU. These three infographics show the cargo movement by port zone, the transhipment and the cargo movement in ports by country.
10 July 2018 | Infographic
The value of Latin American and Caribbean exports grew 12.8% in 2017 following four years of negative performance. This expansion was driven in large part by the recovery in prices of many of the products that compose the export basket of the region, together with greater demand in external markets.

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