Stories written by Alicia Bárcena

Multilateralism, Key Element in Promoting the 2030 Agenda for Sustainable Development

The end of last year and the start of the current one were marked by major changes and enormous uncertainties, although there were also some notable advances and great opportunities, both at the global level and for Latin America and the Caribbean.

The Labour Market Is the Key to Equality for Women in Latin America

Latin America and the Caribbean is the only region in the world where, for the past four decades, states have continuously met to discuss and commit themselves politically to eradicating discrimination and gender inequality and moving towards guaranteeing women the full exercise of their autonomy and human rights.

Ocampo as World Bank Candidate: A Reason for Regional Pride

The nomination of José Antonio Ocampo for the Presidency of the World Bank is a source of pride and hope for all those working for economic and social development, particularly in Latin America and the Caribbean.