The Working Group on Technology and Innovation in Education presents and analyzes the effective implementation and use of Education Management Information Systems (EMIS) in Latin America and the Caribbean.
A Latin America Advisor Q&A featuring experts’ opinion on the future of the trade deal between the European Union and the Mercosur bloc.
The EdTech Working Group presents the main challenges and lessons learned in the use of technology to support teachers before and during the pandemic.
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.
Webinar Series: Survey and Measurement of Early Childhood Development – Chile (ELPI) and Uruguay (ENDIS)
On September 25, the Regional Network for Measuring Child Development (REMDI) convened a virtual seminar to reflect on the lessons learned from the following Early Childhood surveys: ENDIS from Uruguay and ELPI in Chile.
On June 24, 2020, the Working Group on Technology and Innovation in Education met to discuss the challenges presented by closing schools and the opportunities that educational technology can provide.
A Latin America Advisor Q&A featuring experts’ takes on Uruguay’s successful response to the Covid-19 pandemic.
What effect has the Covid-19 pandemic had on services for early childhood? This webinar explores how the responses in the region have responded to the crisis.
Uruguay se destaca en la región por sus políticas de primera infancia comprehensivas, lea su informe de progreso.
Este nuevo informe resume las conclusiones acordadas en el taller regional de Montevideo sobre un paquete básico de prestaciones universales para la primera infancia.
Long-term power supply auctions are an increasingly popular instrument worldwide for attracting renewable energy investment while cutting prices, increasing energy security, and reducing emissions. Latin America has been at the forefront of using auctions to boost renewable energy capacity. This study analyzes design and outcomes of government-led long-term power auctions with participation from non-conventional renewable sources in six countries in Latin America and the Caribbean (Brazil, Chile, Mexico, Argentina, Peru, and Jamaica) since 2015.
Michael Shifter habló con Gustau Alegret de NTN24 para el programa Cuestión de Poder sobre las reñidas elecciones en Uruguay, las protestas en Colombia y las próximas elecciones para la Secretaría General de la Organización de Estados Americanos.
What are the biggest takeaways from Uruguay’s election? What challenges will the eventual winner need to address first as Uruguay’s next president? What will the closer-than-expected election result mean for the next president’s ability to govern and set his own agenda?
After 20 years of on-and-off negotiations, leaders from the European Union and South America’s Mercosur trade bloc announced late last month that they had reached a sweeping trade agreement encompassing 800 million people and almost a quarter of the global economy. In an email interview with WPR, Bruno Binetti, a Buenos Aires-based research fellow at the Inter-American Dialogue, discusses the many obstacles standing in the way of the deal’s successful implementation.
How significant is the Mercosur-E.U. trade deal, and what are its most important provisions?