Latin America and the Caribbean is a middle-income region but has not yet become a middle-class society.
The National Justice Council (CNJ), UNDP and the Ministry of Foreign Affairs signed an international technical cooperation project to strengthen monitoring and supervision of the prison and…
The main jaguar conservation organizations and governments of Latin America designate November 29 as International Jaguar Day.
Mining and socio-environmental issues in Latin America: Community-based environmental monitoring as a tool to build transparency and trust
A recent report of the Canadian International Resources and Development Institute revealed that socio-environmental conflicts in mining regions have been on the rise in the last 10 years, particularly…
Ana Nantawi and Ketura Aparaka are two members of the Tepu community from an isolated indigenous village located in Southeast Suriname near the borders of Brazil and French Guiana.
Latin America and the Caribbean need an economic growth model that won´t lead to environmental degradation, UNDP
Meeting with environmental authorities from 33 countries, Regional Director of UNDP highlighted the role of innovation and technology to use resources more efficiently and sustainably
Spotlight Initiative: European Union and United Nations join forces to end violence against women in Latin America
The new programmes will address legislative and policy gaps, strengthen institutions, promote gender-equitable attitudes, and provide quality services for survivors and reparations for victims of…
Presidents, VPs and Ministers hail poverty assessment beyond income as key step to leave no one behind
During the UN General Assembly today to share experiences using the Multidimensional Poverty Index (MPI) in partnership with Oxford University and the UN Development Programme (UNDP).
Top panelists at UNGA show how government, private sector and academia can boost social innovation for the SDGs
Aruba, The Netherlands and UNDP side event during the 73rd session of the UN General Assembly
The new figures show that in 104 primarily low and middle-income countries, 662 million children are considered multidimensionally poor. In 35 countries half of all children are poor.