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Learning from the recent past to build forward: Five COVID-19 lessons for recovery

As 2021 draws to a close, we have learned even more. In this post, I revisit 5 #GraphForThought entries from this year which jointly remind us of the enormity and urgency of the challenge we are…  


A Multidimensional Approach to Address Violence Against Women and Girls and Femicide/Feminicide in Latin America and the Caribbean

Despite the progress made in the region, impunity, as well as political and social tolerance, are still high, and the victims or survivors, especially those in vulnerable situations, continue to face…  


Promoting local development in Latin America through human mobility

On this Migrant Day, at UNDP we renew our commitment to continue creating spaces for dialogue and empowerment of the population in a condition of human mobility both with host communities and with…  


Access to justice: the enabler of human rights in the Caribbean

The COVID 19 pandemic exacerbated some of the existing weaknesses of the Caribbean judicial systems. However, the pandemic has also seen a more rapid transition to digital solutions and decentralized…  


UNDP and the EU-LAC Foundation renew their partnership to advance a common agenda for Sustainable Development

The EU-LAC International Foundation and the United Nations Development Programme (UNDP) signed a strategic framework cooperation agreement in order to join efforts in 2022 to reinforce the integration…  


What People Think about Inequality and How They Think Policy Should React

Chapter 2. Regional Human Development Report 2021  


Easier said than done: Gaps in the vaccination process in Latin America and the Caribbean

This #GraphForThought examines the constraints countries are facing in vaccinating their populations.  


Learning from innovation in LAC: Listening the informal sector

Learning from Innovation in LAC is a thematic knowledge brief series jointly developed by the UNDP Regional Bureau for Latin America and the Caribbean and the UNDP Accelerator Labs. It seeks to…  


Your rights on the Internet

Your Rights on the Internet is a digital campaign that aims to inform and educate people on the terms of service and community standards for content moderation in three of the main Internet social…  


16 Days Are Not Enough – We Must Fight Violence Against Women Everyday

Each year starting on the International Day for the Elimination of Violence Against Women on 25 November, global advocates work tirelessly for 16 days of activism to draw attention to the high levels…  

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