4 December 2020 | Press Release
The organization’s Executive Secretary, Alicia Bárcena, participated in one of the OECD’s high-level DEV Talks on integration and its drivers and constraints.
30 July 2020 | Press Release
New joint report states that economic recovery will only be possible by flattening the curve of contagion. It proposes three phases to control the pandemic, reactivate the economy with protection, and rebuild in an inclusive and sustainable way.
13 July 2020 | Press Release
In the framework of the OECD-LAC Virtual Social Inclusion Ministerial Summit, Alicia Bárcena, ECLAC’s Executive Secretary, called for promoting universal, redistributive and solidarity-based social policies to confront the crisis.
10 July 2020 | Press Release
ECLAC’s Executive Secretary, Alicia Bárcena, participated in a side event at the United Nations High-level Political Forum on COVID-19’s socioeconomic impacts in the region and policy responses for building back better.
14 de August de 2017 | Press Release
Principal publicación académica del organismo incluye además artículos sobre el impacto del salario mínimo en México y el destino de los desempleados en Venezuela, entre otros temas.
13 November 2013 | Press Release
During her two-day visit to the European country, Executive Secretary, Alicia Bárcena, described the development challenges of Latin America and the Caribbean.
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.
24 July 2013 | Press Release
She stressed that equality is the guiding principle for a paradigm change in Latin America and the Caribbean.
5 June 2012 | Press Release
In a message sent during the second Caribbean Development Round Table, the Executive Secretary of ECLAC Alicia Bárcena highlighted the importance of South-South cooperation.
26 July 2011 | Press Release
Government authorities and senior officials from regional and international agencies discussed the role of the State in Latin America and the Caribbean.
19 October 2010 | Press Release
An international seminar will examine experiences and policies to overcome territorial disparities.