18 de junio de 2019 | Noticia
Funcionarios de gobierno y especialistas de la subregión participaron en la reunión preparatoria realizada en Puerto España, Trinidad y Tabago.
20 de agosto de 2018 | Noticia
Fifty-seventh meeting of the Presiding Officers of the Regional Conference on Women in Latin America and the Caribbean concluded in Santiago, Chile, with a reinforced commitment to address persistent obstacles faced by women in order to achieve sustainable development with equality
7 de marzo de 2018 | Noticia
The theme of this year’s IWD is the `Time is now: Rural and urban activists transforming women’s lives’.
1 de febrero de 2018 | Noticia
A newly published joint study by the Economic Commission for Latin America and the Caribbean (ECLAC) and the International Organization for Migration, `Women’s Empowerment and Migration in the Caribbean’, analyses the implications of female migration at the individual, household and community levels, in both sending and receiving countries.
12 de julio de 2017 | Comunicado de prensa
Secretaria Ejecutiva del organismo, Alicia Bárcena, presentó panorama de la subregión durante evento realizado en Nueva York en el marco del Foro Político de Alto Nivel de las Naciones Unidas.
27 de julio de 2016 | Noticia
La reunión preparatoria para los países caribeños de la XIII Conferencia Regional sobre la Mujer de América Latina y el Caribe se celebra el 26 y 27 de julio de 2016 en Puerto España, Trinidad y Tabago.
7 de marzo de 2016 | Infografía
The unpaid care work performed primarily by women, underpins all societies, contributing to well-being, social development and economic growth. Care work involves a variety of domestic tasks, such as the preparation of food, cleaning, washing and ironing of clothes, the collection of water and fuel for cooking, as well as, the care of mostly dependant family members, including children, older persons and persons with disabilities.
The time-use survey is the only available tool for measuring unpaid care work and is also a more cost effective method of collecting timely and accurate data on the gender division of labour within households and the interdependence of the paid and unpaid work undertaken by women and men.