25 June 2018 | News
From 23-25 May 2018, ECLAC provided policymakers with an increased capacity and awareness for disaster risk reduction.
29 May 2017 | Press Release
Keith Rowley met with the Commission’s Executive Secretary, Alicia Bárcena, agreeing to increase bilateral cooperation.
12 October 2016 | News
ECLAC will equip representatives from three national statistical offices with the skills necessary to develop web applications for the dissemination of national census data sets.
4 April 2016 | News
Government statisticians from three countries will learn how to use the REDATAM software (REtrieval of DATa for small Areas by Microcomputer) to develop online applications for the dissemination of national census data.
3 March 2016 | News
ECLAC has called on Caribbean countries to develop a Big Data Strategy to ensure that they take full advantage of the data revolution for sustainable development.
24 November 2015 | News
The Economic Commission for Latin America and the Caribbean (ECLAC) is charting the way forward for Caribbean countries to make microdata from their censuses more easily available to researchers.
21 August 2015 | News
ECLAC Caribbean explores the Big Data phenomenon, drawing on the knowledge of experts around the region to address its implications and uses.
1 July 2015 | Infographic
Statistics provide an interpretation and summary of data.
26 June 2015 | News
Ministers and high-level Government representatives from the Caribbean gathered in Trinidad and Tobago to consider progress made in implementation of development strategies for the region on occasion of the 17th meeting of the Monitoring Committee of the Caribbean Development and Cooperation Committee (CDCC).
8 December 2014 | News
ECLAC Caribbean responds to requests from member and associate member states for statistical capacity training in the core elements of Time Use Surveys.
26 September 2014 | News
The REDATAM (REtrieval of DATa for small Areas by Microcomputer) software developed by the Economic Commission for Latin America and the Caribbean (ECLAC) is being used to improve access to population and housing census data for public and private sector researchers across the Caribbean.