ECLAC Executive Secretary, José Manuel Salazar-Xirinachs, presented the conclusions of the XXXV Regional Seminar on Fiscal Policy, which ended today at the organization's headquarters in Santiago, Chile.
The XXXV Regional Seminar on Fiscal Policy began at ECLAC headquarters in Santiago, Chile, with the participation of authorities from the Ministries of Finance of 14 Latin American and Caribbean countries.
The traditional meeting will be held at ECLAC headquarters in Santiago, Chile, May 15-17, and will be attended by authorities from the Ministries of Finance of 14 Latin American and Caribbean countries.
The 7th Caribbean Development Roundtable (CDR) this year focused on recovery and repositioning, with a view to finding practical and workable solutions to invest in resilience, economic recovery and sustained growth. The CDR was also updated on the progress made towards the establishment of the Caribbean Resilience Fund (CRF).
Alicia Bárcena, ECLAC’s Executive Secretary, participated today in the United Nations Economic and Social Council’s Coordination Segment, addressing the causality and linkages between variables to build back better with an integrated policy strategy.
ECLAC’s Executive Secretary participated in a meeting on this issue organized in New York by the Government of Costa Rica, in the framework of the thirty-sixth session of the Commission’s Committee of the Whole.
In the framework of the thirty-sixth session of the Committee of the Whole of ECLAC, the organization’s Executive Secretary, Alicia Bárcena, presented five innovative financing for development proposals for the region.
During an event at COP26, Alicia Bárcena called for increasing international cooperation on green technologies, capacities and financing to enhance resilience as well as a green transition in the region.
The organization’s Executive Secretary, Alicia Bárcena, stressed the importance of international cooperation to redistribute concessional funding to the nations most affected by the crisis, at a high-level event held in the framework of the UN General Assembly.