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 regional organization’s Executive Secretary, José Manuel Salazar-Xirinachs, presented today the main document of the XV Regional Conference on Women in Latin America and the Caribbean, which is taking place through Friday in Buenos Aires.
On Tuesday, November 8, at 4 p.m. local time in Buenos Aires (GMT-3), the opening ceremony of the United Nations’ main regional, intergovernmental forum on women’s rights and gender equality will take place.
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The meeting, which will be held on November 7-11 in Buenos Aires, is organized by ECLAC in coordination with UN Women. It is the main intergovernmental forum on women’s rights and gender equality in the region.
The Commission’s thirty-ninth session, which is its most important biennial meeting, concluded today in Buenos Aires with a ceremony led by the Deputy Secretary-General of the United Nations, Amina Mohammed; the Minister of Foreign Affairs of Argentina, Santiago Cafiero; and the organization’s Executive Secretary, José Manuel Salazar-Xirinachs.
On November 7-11, Argentina will host the region’s main intergovernmental forum on women’s rights and gender equality, the theme of which will be “The care society: a horizon for sustainable recovery with gender equality.” The gathering is organized by ECLAC in coordination with UN Women and the host country.
Today, the ECLAC Executive Secretary, along with the Minister of Women, Genders, and Diversity of Argentina, Elizabeth Gómez Alcorta, participated in the Debt, Genders, and Care Seminar held in Buenos Aires. This was her final public activity as leader of the regional organization of the United Nations after nearly fourteen years.
Alicia Bárcena, Executive Secretary of ECLAC, and Ministers Santiago Cafiero and Daniel Filmus, from Argentina, and Paola Vega Castillo, from Costa Rica, participated in the inauguration of the Third Meeting of the Conference on Science, Innovation and Information and Communications Technologies, held in person in Buenos Aires.