Socio-economic progress in Latin America and the Caribbean since the beginning of the century has strengthened the macroeconomic situations of individual countries, improved living standards, and mitigated poverty and inequality.
Despite an increase in legal reforms promoting greater gender equality, deeply entrenched gender norms continue to discriminate women and girls around the world, according to the 2019 Social Institutions and Gender Index (SIGI) Global Report. It provides policy recommendations to help governments deliver on their commitments to promote gender equality.
The meeting will gather national, regional and international experts on social protection to discuss and debate policy priorities to urgently address the region’s key challenges.
El ingreso de Guatemala al Centro de Desarrollo de la OCDE marca un gran avance en favor de la agenda de desarrollo del país. También fortalece la representatividad global y la cooperación institucional del Centro con los países de América Latina y el Caribe en general.
Guatemala’s entry into the OECD Development Centre marks a significant stride in support of the country’s development agenda. It also strengthens the Centre’s global representativeness and institutional cooperation with Central America and the Latin America and the Caribbean region more broadly.
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The ‘Together to Achieve Universal Social Protection by 2030’ conference brought together ministers, policy makers and civil society to discuss the achievements and challenges of building universal social protection systems and ensuring sustainable and equitable finance for social protection.
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The main objective of this study is to shed light on the potential of local value chains to create more, better and sustainable jobs for rural youth in developing countries.
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The main objective of this study is to inform decision makers on the need to act on the broad misalignment between youth employment preferences and the reality of labour market.
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The main objective of this study is to contribute to the ongoing debate on the role of youth entrepreneurship in generating employment in developing countries. It prompts a series of questions that are crucial to helping policy makers leverage the youth entrepreneurship potential for decent job creation.