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Pandemia e infancia: ¿Cómo está afectando la pandemia el desarrollo de nuestros niños?

El 29 de abril, Ariel Fiszbein y Salvador Herencia del Diálogo Abierto (Salgalú TV) discutieron cómo la pandemia está afectando el desarrollo infantil temprano, enfocando la conversación en las lecciones aprendidas a partir de una perspectiva regional y los esfuerzos remediales necesarios en la reapertura para recuperar lo perdido durante el cierre de escuelas.

Ariel Fiszbein

Interviews ˙ ˙ Salgalú TV ONLINE

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How to Strengthen Collaboration Between Civil Society and the Public Sector: Challenges and Opportunities for Strategic Collaboration Post-Pandemic

The following document developed by the Dialogue’s Civil Society Working Group, details the main challenges and opportunities for collaboration in education between public sector entities and civil society as well as 5 recommendations on for strengthening those collaboration post-pandemic.

Grupo de Trabajo de Sociedad Civil

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Why Don’t More Mexicans Have Health Coverage?

A Financial Services Advisor Q&A featuring experts’ viewpoints on public and private health insurance coverage in Mexico.

Andrew Rudman, Nicolás Mariscal, Felicia Knaul, Héctor Arreola-Ornelas, Andrea Keenan, Carlos de la Torre, Núria Homedes, Guido Cataife, Omar Viveros, Eduardo González-Pier

Financial Advisor ˙

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The Demand for a Post-Pandemic Evaluation Agenda

The following document presents five recommendations developed by the Dialogue’s Civil Society Working Group on conducting educational assessments during school reopening after the pandemic.

Grupo de Trabajo de Sociedad Civil

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Results-Based Budgeting for Early Childhood Development – The Case of Peru

A case study of Peru’s experience with Results-Based Budgeting provides insight for developing a sustainable Early Childhood Development policy.

Roger Salhuana Cavides, Ariela María de los Milagros Luna Florez, Luis Cordero, Atipay, Innovación para la Gestión

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Shifter: “[Biden] quiere cambiar el rumbo, el enfoque, el estilo y el tono”

Michael Shifter conversó con Alejandra Arredondo de Voice of America acerca de la ausencia de América Latina en el primer discurso sobre política exterior del presidente Joe Biden. Se habló también sobre las nuevas políticas migratorias y el cambio de tono en materia del rol de Estados Unidos en el escenario mundial.

Michael Shifter, Alejandra Arredondo

Interviews ˙ ˙ Voice of America

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A Regional Approach to Improving Teacher Policy: Lessons from Latin America

The following article by Sarah Stanton, Michelle Guzmán and Lucila Malnatti hopes to make the case for a regional approach to improving teacher policy in Latin America and the Caribbean, to establish priorities in teacher excellence and address them collectively.

Sarah Stanton, Michelle Guzmán, Lucila Malnatti

Reports ˙ ˙ Journal of International Cooperation in Education

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Workshop on National Competencies for Early Childhood Care and Education in Paraguay

In collaboration with the InterAmerican Dialogue and Lego Foundation, the workshop on competencies for early care and education personnel was held on January 20 and January 21, 2021 at the Training Center of the Ministry of Childhood and Adolescence (MINNA) in Asuncion, Paraguay.

Javier Quesada, Claudia Castro

Event Summaries ˙

A health care worker in Chile is pictured getting the Covid-19 vaccination.

How Well Are Covid Vaccinations Going in Latin America?

A Latin America Advisor Q&A featuring experts’ viewpoints on widespread vaccination programs in Latin America and the Caribbean.

Katherine E. Bliss, Maria Luisa Ávila, Arachu Castro, Paulo M. Buss, Cuauhtémoc Ruiz Matus, Felicia M. Knaul, Michael Touchton

Latin America Advisor ˙

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How Much Has the Pandemic Reversed Education Gains?

A Latin America Advisor Q&A on the challenges for education tin Latin America and the Caribbean following the coronavirus pandemic.

Nora Lustig, Sarah Stanton, Debra Gittler, Leonardo Garnier, Mary Guinn Delaney, Zoila Recinos

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