Caribbean Annual Meeting | Regional Latin America and the Caribbean Annual Meeting
Over 500 representatives of civil society organizations from Latin America and the Caribbean meet with international experts and IDB specialists to exchange knowledge and technical experience regarding development.
The Annual Meeting will take place in Panama City, Panama from 16 to 19 March. This official gathering is a forum for discussion among the institution's Governors, most of whom are Ministers of Finance, Presidents of Central Banks, or other high level authorities of the member countries. Representatives of multilateral financial institutions, development agencies, and private banks also attend.
On the International Day of Education, we invite you to this hybrid event at IDB headquarters in Washington, DC. It will be a gathering of global leaders from the private and public sector and experts on the regional agenda to transform the future of education with a focus on 21st Century skill.
This event seeks to showcase how the Latin America and Caribbean region can achieve high ambition in implementing the Global Biodiversity Framework by sharing experiences and making recommendations on the systemic changes needed to transform economic, financial, and policy frameworks.
Many times superheroes save the world without anyone knowing. For this reason, from the IDB Group we want to highlight your work, tell your story and make your commitment visible, which are crucial for the well-being of so many people in the region. Click here for more information on how to participate.
Coordination and citizen participation has an enormous impact in getting us through the crisis. Likewise, citizen response is critical to face climate change. Take advantage of this virtual space to listen to the interventions of 4 experts, and join the regional dialogue about citizen participation in climate issues.
A high-level dialogue on the latest strategic developments in the fields of citizen engagement, collaborative public policy design, and open government. Find out how to participate here.
The Mega-Trends that will impact the future of work; the challenges of automatization and the need for new skills; the new labor relations and the opportunities of the on-demand economy; the opportunities from the collaborative-economy and the digital-transformation...
The main topics of the agenda were Digital Transformation, challenges for the Caribbean; the IDB Civil Society Strategy focused on climate change and preparedness for natural disasters; successful experiences and new technological approaches.
International experts, workshops, panels and presentations around innovation, future of work, governments and citizen participation, new technologies and the expected impacts.