6 de diciembre de 2016 | Noticia
This meeting, which will take place in Port of Spain, Trinidad and Tobago from 6-9 December 2016, is jointly organized by the Small Island Developing States (SIDS) Unit of the UN Department of Economic and Social Affairs (DESA), The Economic Commission for Latin America and the Caribbean (ECLAC) subregional headquarters for the Caribbean, and the Caribbean Community (CARICOM) Secretariat.
29 de noviembre de 2016 | Infografía
Violence against women is a form of discrimination, directed against a woman because she is a woman or that affects women disproportionally. This violence seriously inhibits women's ability to enjoy their human rights and freedoms on a bsis of equality with men.
28 de noviembre de 2016 | Noticia
Mujeres de comunidades rurales de Trinidad y Tabago asistieron a un seminario de concienciación sobre violencia de género realizado en conmemoración del Día Internacional de la Eliminación de la Violencia contra las Mujeres, que se celebra cada 25 de noviembre.
20 de julio de 2016 | Noticia
ECLAC worked in collaboration with the Statistics Department of the Turks and Caicos Government to develop the population projections and also provided training to the staff of the Statistics Department in the methods and software used to produce the projections. Further details are available in the report published today at http://bit.ly/29YgqXh.
22 de abril de 2016 | Discurso
Opening Statement by Antonio Prado, Deputy Executive Secretary of ECLAC.
22 de abril de 2016 | Comunicado de prensa
El Secretario Ejecutivo Adjunto de la CEPAL, Antonio Prado, inauguró el Vigésimo Sexto Período de Sesiones del Comité de Desarrollo y Cooperación del Caribe en Saint Kitts y Nevis.
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.
3 de marzo de 2016 | Noticia
ECLAC has called on Caribbean countries to develop a Big Data Strategy to ensure that they take full advantage of the data revolution for sustainable development.