Listen to the contributing voices present at the OAS Migrant Children side event and learn more about the declaration’s relevance in promoting migrant and refugee children’s rights in the Americas.
In the context of the 53rd General Assembly of the Organization of American States, the Migrant and Refugee Children in the Americas Side Event introduced the video “Migrant Children’s Testimony”.
Inter-American Dialogue and UNICEF Endorse Declaration for Migrant Children, Adopted at OAS General Assembly
The UNICEF Regional Office for Latin America and the Caribbean and the Inter-American Dialogue welcome the Declaration for the Protection and Integration of Migrant and Refugee Children in the Americas, made in the context of the 53rd Regular Session of the General Assembly of the Organization of American States (OAS).
The side event was a joint initiative of the Permanent Missions of Colombia and Chile, together with the Inter-American Dialogue and the OAS.
This document highlights the need for quality information to develop and implement adequate and effective responses to guarantee the rights of migrant children.
The study English for Employment in Mexico: Realities and Challenges contributes to the discussions and advances on the subject. Its recommendations translate the findings of the entire study into possible mutually complementary paths, which could be implemented from different fields and scenarios.
National Progress and Funding Gaps in Care and Education Services in Latin America: Findings and Recommendations from the Monterrey Workshop
This report summarizes the main findings and offers strategic reflections on the challenge of closing financing gaps for care and education services in the region.
The report presents an overview of English teaching in Brazil, examining the main national policies that regulate and inform English language learning and how they have been implemented.
The document presented here identifies a series of priority actions that States, together with civil society and international organizations, should carry out in order to advance in the realization of the rights of migrant children.
The report written by Álvaro Botero, a new senior fellow of the Dialogue, explores systems available for protecting the human rights of migrant children.
One of the main issues for Early Childhood Development (ECD) networks is the need to strengthen their advocacy capacities. With this in mind, the Inter-American held a workshop in Lima, Peru, to address advocacy strategies for early childhood development on November 17 and 18 of 2022.
What Has Been The Impact of the Pandemic On the Digital Transformation Of Higher Education In Latin America? Key Findings From A Regional Study And Lessons For The Future
The Inter-American Dialogue carried out a study to evaluate the impact of the pandemic on the digital strategies that HEIs in the region had already been developing. This report documents and analyzes the results of a regional survey applied to 178 HEIs conducted in 2021 and 2022.
This report compiles the findings of a research effort led by the Inter-American Dialogue, the World Bank, and the Inter-American Development Bank.
Educational Connectivity in Complex Areas – A Call to Action to Solve Connectivity Gaps in Latin America
This call to action results from a joint initiative by leaders from the public and private sectors and multiple civil society actors who have responded to the Inter-American Dialogue’s call for a Working Group on Educational Connectivity in partnership with the Inter-American Development Bank and the World Bank.
This report, elaborated by Latin America Coalition for Teaching Excellence, studies initiatives that have strengthened teachers’ digital skills in Latin America. Specifically, it addresses the digital competency frameworks that exist in the region, teacher training experiences, and the evaluation processes implemented to measure progress in digital teaching skills.