In Latin America and the Caribbean, since at least the 1960s, the share of population that is older than 65 in the region has been increasing.
UNDP is responding to the most pressing issue we face as a species with what we hope will be the largest ever survey on climate change.
Beyond income, beyond averages, beyond today: Inequalities in Human Development in the 21st Century
This publication provides a comprehensive diagnosis on the evolution of citizen perceptions on several key issues for democratic governance and sustainable development (in Spanish)
The international experience shows that immigrants, including refugees, also contribute to the development of their host countries
Cultivating resilience in Costa Rica

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of the population are considered vulnerable


of the population lives in urban areas


of all legislators and senior officials are female


of the people in the region feel safe

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