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6 March 2019 | Briefing note
This report seeks to give an account of progress in the implementation of the priority measures of the Montevideo Consensus on Population and Development in the region, as well as the differences between countries in terms of the degree of implementation. By highlighting relevant national experiences, it also seeks to facilitate the exchange of good practices among countries so that they can benefit from each other in their efforts to advance the implementation of the actions of the Montevideo Consensus.
15 September 2017 | Briefing note
In addition to the 12 new tables included a few weeks ago, now users and visitors of MATERNILAC-Caribbean will find 2 new tables containing standardized census information on educational level and motherhood, disaggregated, as always, by age level and age groups.
7 August 2017 | Briefing note
In addition to the four tables made available up to date, now users and visitors of MATERNILAC will find 12 new tables with standardized census information on marital status and the relation of kinship to the head of household of women 10 years and older, who have had children (mothers) and who have not had children (not mothers).
30 August 2016 | Briefing note
We are pleased to inform that the document "Trends in adolescent motherhood and fertility and related Inequalities in the Caribbean 1990-2010" is now available. This document was prepared by the Caribbean demographer Valerie Nam.
31 March 2016 | Briefing note
This second meeting of the conference was entitled "Population dynamics at the heart of sustainable development: implementation of the Consensus of Montevideo to overcome inequalities in the framework of human rights" and took place in Mexico City, October 6-9, 2015.