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17 September 2021 | Press Release
The Commission’s Executive Secretary, Alicia Bárcena, officially submitted the proposal addressing the structural causes of migration to high-level authorities from these countries.
31 January 2020 | Press Release
The XIV Regional Conference on Women in Latin America and the Caribbean, organized by ECLAC with support from UN Women, concluded today in Chile.
27 September 2019 | Press Release
The United Nations regional organization presents a new study in the framework of the Third Meeting of the Regional Conference on Social Development in Latin America and the Caribbean, which will be inaugurated this Tuesday in Mexico City.
9 de October de 2018 | Press Release
Considerando que casi 8 de cada 10 indicadores de la Agenda 2030 están vinculados a las sociedades rurales, ambos organismos trabajarán en conjunto temas de migración, erradicación de la pobreza rural y la lucha contra el cambio climático.
20 August 2018 | Press Release
The organization’s Executive Secretary, Alicia Bárcena, gave a keynote speech today at the Ibero-American University, Mexico City, where she warned that the development model is tapped out and called for creating a culture of equality with sustainability.
26 October 2016 | Press Release
In the framework of the Meeting of Foreign Ministers of CELAC and the European Union, which was held in Santo Domingo, ECLAC’s Executive Secretary called for harnessing complementarities among the two regions with a view to complying with the 2030 Agenda.
26 August 2016 | Press Release
ECLAC’s Executive Secretary spoke at a meeting of Open Government Partnership in Mexico City.
17 May 2016 | Press Release
The Executive Secretary was one of the main speakers at a regional seminar organized by the European Commission in Havana, Cuba.
14 May 2015 | Press Release
Chile hosts a meeting of chief negotiators from Latin America and the Caribbean, with the support of ECLAC, the EU, UNEP and France.
10 December 2014 | Press Release
ECLAC offers a diagnosis and numerous policy recommendations in a new report that estimates this phenomenon’s economic costs in Latin America and the Caribbean.