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31 March 2015
Study Proposes Public Policy Priorities for Colombian Cities in Accordance with their Social Development
Report classifies the country’s 23 main cities into six groups: elderly, mature, adult, big and young, adolescent and embryonic.
20 de February de 2015
Alicia Bárcena destacó compromiso de Colombia con la agenda de desarrollo post-2015
La Secretaria Ejecutiva de la CEPAL acompañó al Presidente Juan Manuel Santos en la firma de un decreto que crea una comisión interinstitucional sobre los Objetivos de Desarrollo Sostenible.
17 October 2012
International Day for Eradication of Poverty
Message by the Secretary-General of the United Nations, Ban Ki-moon.
5 June 2012
Economic Growth Should Be Based on Investment, Integration and Innovation, Recommends ECLAC
In a message sent during the second Caribbean Development Round Table, the Executive Secretary of ECLAC Alicia Bárcena highlighted the importance of South-South cooperation.
11 May 2012
Countries of Latin America and the Caribbean Commit to Promoting the Human Rights and Freedoms of Older Persons
The San José Charter was adopted by the representatives of the ECLAC member States.
11 May 2012
The Regional Agenda on Equality Requires the Inclusion of Older Persons in Social Protection Systems
The number of older persons in Latin America will exceed that of children in 2036.
9 May 2012
The Countries of Latin America and the Caribbean Will Analyze Challenges Related to the Human Rights and Social Protection of Older Persons
The meeting is taking place in Costa Rica and is organized by the Government of the country and ECLAC.