Countries highlight the role of multiple policies in eradicating poverty and achieving the 2030 Agenda in Latin America and the CaribbeanNov 4, 2015Delegates requested that ECLAC and UNDP jointly convene the next Regional Conference on Social Development held in Uruguay in November 2017.
Ministers address challenges to reduce poverty and inequality in Latin America and the Caribbean in a sustainable development eraNov 2, 2015After a decade of high economic growth and poverty reduction, adding 92 million people to an emerging middle class from 2003-2013, the region is facing slower growth rates and relapses into poverty for some segments of the population.
Argentina joins list of countries supporting Haiti’s landmark electionsOct 30, 2015Other contributing governments are Brazil, Canada, Japan, Mexico, Norway, the United States and the European Union.
Aruba launches Centre of Excellence in Sustainable Development for Small Island StatesOct 28, 2015The Centre of Excellence builds on Aruba’s experience in the use of sustainable development practices. Over the years, the country has developed a reputation for tackling these issues with ambitious projects, like the aim to rely solely on renewable energy by 2020.
UNDP announces winners of climate change storytelling contest for aspiring journalistsOct 27, 2015Five young journalists have been selected to join the upcoming climate change conference (COP21) in Paris in December.
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- Hoy es el Día Internacional de la Eliminación de la Violencia contra la Mujer. Nuestra región tiene la segunda tasa más alta de violencia de género del mundo y la más alta en materia de prevalencia de la violencia contra la mujer (datos World Health Organization. Además, 2 de cada 3 mujeres asesinadas en América Central lo son debido a su condición de mujer; 3 de las 10 tasas más altas de violación registradas en el mundo se concentran en el Caribe (datos Banco Mundial & UNODC - United Nations Office on Drugs and Crime). Conoce a Ligia, de Nicaragua: de vítima a líder en atención a otras mujeres que han sufrido violencia.¡Ya basta! http://on.undp.org/V4cJO Wednesday AT 10:18 AM
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