Central America and the Caribbean are receiving more attention from Japan, whether at the policy level or among Japan’s private sector.
JALAC representatives consider prospects for enhanced Japanese engagement with Central America and the Caribbean.
Industry experts, government officials and corporate representatives convened virtually to discuss the challenges, opportunities, and changes in Latin America’s energy sector at the Sixth Annual Latin America Energy Conference.
Los países miembros de la recién creada Alianza para el Desarrollo en Democracia tienen un compromiso político, moral y económico de rescatar la democracia del secuestro de los autócratas.
Healthy ecosystems are essential for human health and prosperity, yet they are also under pressure from unsustainable development.
This report, elaborated by Latin America Coalition for Teaching Excellence, studies the teacher support policies implemented by the governments of nine countries: Argentina, Chile, Colombia, Costa Rica, Dominican Republic, Mexico, Panama, Peru, and Uruguay.
The Impact of the Covid-19 Pandemic on Investment in Early Childhood – The Cases of Chile, Colombia and the Dominican Republic
This report, developed by Javier Curcio and Malena Aprile, aims to analyze the impact of the Covid-19 pandemic on the central early childhood policies that make up the defined basic benefit packages.
While 2021 has been a year of transition for the energy sector in Latin America, it has also been a year of instability in the region’s political conditions and social environment. Under this context, industry experts, government officials and corporate representatives convened virtually to discuss the challenges, opportunities and changes in Latin America’s energy markets at the Fifth Annual Latin America Energy Conference.
Orozco: “The Biden Administration proposal [must] approach the structural causes that have spurred migration not only in Central America”
Manuel Orozco, non-resident Senior Fellow at the Inter-American Dialogue, joined CNN for an interview to discuss the ongoing migration phenomenon occurring in Mexico’s southern border. The interview touched upon some of the causes of migration, the countries where large numbers of migrants are coming from, and why this issue needs to be urgently dealt with.
This report from the Migration, Remittances & Development Program presents the findings of a survey carried out with more than 1,000 US immigrants from eight Latin American and Caribbean nationalities during the Covid-19 pandemic. The study identifies critical aspects that shaped migrants’ experiences in 2020 and early 2021, and, more importantly, the determinants of continuing to send money back home in times of crisis.
Measuring the Impact of Covid-19 on Children under Six in Latin America – Mapping Surveys in Progress and Systematizing Lessons Learned
This report synthesizes the results of a study on the surveys implemented in the region to measure the impact of the pandemic on early childhood.
In this report, we review virtual degree programs from seven countries to evaluate the availability and viability of online learning as an option for teacher training in LAC.
Early Childhood Policies in Latin America: A Report on the Progress of the Implementation of the Regional Agenda
This document summarizes the main results of the ten country progress reports developed around the four agreements of the Bogota Declaration.
The State Department’s Bureau of Energy Resources held a webinar on September 9, 2020 on barriers and opportunities for private investment in Caribbean energy sectors, energy resource diversification, the impacts of Covid-19 on Caribbean energy markets, and US cooperation. Lisa Viscidi, director of the Energy, Climate Change & Extractive Industries Program at the Dialogue, moderated the event.
This report discusses the impact that Covid-19 has had on migrants from Latin America and the Caribbean with a focus on migrant job-loss and its effect on remittances sent to their native countries.