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28 October 2019 | Press Release
A new joint ECLAC-ILO publication indicates that women’s access to paid activities is essential for achieving the 2030 Agenda’s Sustainable Development Goals.
10 de July de 2017 | Press Release
Presidenta de Chile, Michelle Bachelet, encabezó presentación de informe de la Superintendencia de Bancos e Instituciones financieras del país en la sede de la CEPAL.
21 April 2016 | Announcement
The United Nations’ organization will celebrate its thirty-sixth session on May 23-27.
22 de May de 2014 | Press Release
Ministras de la Mujer y otras autoridades nacionales evaluaron los compromisos asumidos en octubre de 2013 en la XII Conferencia Regional sobre la Mujer de América Latina y el Caribe.
15 October 2013 | Press Release
The twelfth session of the Regional Conference on Women in Latin America will be opened today in the Dominican Republic.
15 October 2013 | Press Release
Danilo Medina and Alicia Bárcena highlighted the twelfth session of the Regional Conference on Women in Latin America and the Caribbean, which is being held this week in the country's capital.
25 October 2012 | Press Release
Currently, most of this work falls to women only. Poll of opinion makers stresses the need for public policies in Latin America and the Caribbean.
31 de August de 2012 | Press Release
Con la asesoría técnica de la Comisión Económica para América Latina y el Caribe se buscará dar visibilidad al trabajo no remunerado de las mujeres salvadoreñas.
21 November 2010 | Press Release
Authorities and delegates from over 30 Latin American and Caribbean countries debate the challenges that need to be overcome in order for women to achieve full autonomy.
11 August 2010 | Press Release
Support is also expressed for the creation of UN Women and the post-earthquake reconstruction efforts underway in Haiti and Chile.
3 August 2010 | Press Release
Women in Latin America and the Caribbean must conquer economic, physical and political autonomy for full recognition of their rights.