Notas de Población
A channel for dissemination of research and studies on population topics in Latin America and the Caribbean, published in Spanish only. This is an interdisciplinary collection, which thus includes articles on demographics as such, as well as on the links between demographic trends and economic, social and biological phenomena. ISSN: 0303-1829.
Observatorio Demográfico de América Latina | Demographic Observatory of Latin America
This collection contains regular information prepared by ECLAC, together with national institutions, on population estimates and projections for the Latin American and Caribbean countries. It also includes demographic indicators such as rates of birth, mortality and international migration, life expectancy at birth and population distribution. Prepared by: CELADE – Population Division of ECLAC. ISSN: 1990-424X.
The COVID-19 reports are a collection of sectoral briefings on the impacts and challenges of the current pandemic in the region.
Various collections of bulletins covering the Commission’s activities in different areas of regional interest.
This magazine is intended to keep member Governments of the Caribbean Development and Cooperation Committee (CDCC) and cooperating agencies informed of progress in the implementation of the CDCC programme. It shares information on a range of topics, including economic development and integration, trade, social development, sustainable development, disaster assessment, knowledge management, information and communications technologies (ICTs) for development and statistics. Responsible: ECLAC Subregional Headquarters for the Caribbean/Caribbean Development and Cooperation Committee (CDCC)
This newsletter offers strategic insights into the latest projects, publications, technical assistance missions and research carried out by the ECLAC Subregional Headquarters for the Caribbean. In addition to this, sneak previews of the most salient upcoming events are provided, alongside enriching follow-ups to previously covered issues. With a view to featuring a variety of facets of Caribbean life and lifestyle, The Hummingbird also zooms in on State affairs, cultural activities and landmark occurrences in the subregion.
Statistical Papers from ECLAC
Set of publications containing historical series on particular topics along with their methodological backgrounds, published in Spanish only. ISSN: 0251-9437.
Texts for Discussion - ECLAC / IPEA
An outlet for the work conducted by ECLAC and IPEA on economic and social development in Brazil, Latin America and the Caribbean. Prepared by: ECLAC–IPEA (Institute of Applied Economic Research) ISSN: 2179-5495.