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This list includes a partial number of publications, from 1990 to date. To see the complete list, please go to https://repository.cepal.org

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November 2022 |
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Mainstreaming the gender perspective in national statistical systems makes it possible to produce information that reflects the circumstances of...

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November 2022 |
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The multiple crises of recent years have shown that the current development model is unsustainable and fails to address the structural gaps that...

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June 2022 |
NU. CEPAL

Forty-five years ago, the first Regional Conference on the Integration of Women into the Economic and Social Development of Latin America was held...

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December 2019 |
NU. CEPAL

The countries of Latin America and the Caribbean have made great strides towards achieving gender equality and women’s autonomy in recent years,...

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December 2019 |
NU. CEPAL

In the current regional context, progress towards the commitments set out in the Regional Gender Agenda and the 2030 Agenda must be accelerated as...

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October 2017 |
NU. CEPAL

Latin American and Caribbean region is facing a complex set of economic and social circumstances that threaten the conditions needed for further...

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June 2017 |
NU. CEPAL

In May 2016, at the thirty-sixth session of the Economic Commission for Latin America and the Caribbean (ECLAC), held in Mexico City, the...

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March 2017 |
NU. CEPAL

The Montevideo Strategy for Implementation of the Regional Gender Agenda within the Sustainable Development Framework by 2030 was adopted by the...

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October 2016 |
NU. CEPAL

Through the Regional Conference on Women in Latin America and the Caribbean, the Latin American and Caribbean States have almost four decades of...

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October 2016 |
NU. CEPAL

Social inequality is at the heart of the 2030 Agenda for Sustainable Development. For Latin America —the world’s most unequal region— social...

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