La importancia de un relacionamiento efectivo con la Sociedad Civil para el mejor avance e implementación de los compromisos y objetivos de sostenibilidad ambiental.
Climate change has a deep global impact at an unprecedented scale. Citizen participation is essential for governments to achieve their sustainability commitments.
Participants will learn about best engagement practices among governments and civil society, to advance climate change and environmental sustainability agendas.
Did you know that extractive activities represent 4% of the GDP of Latin America and the Caribbean?
To set the ground for an engagement with Civil Society that effectively contributes to the goals of reducing inequality and poverty, promoting productivity and innovation.
To stabilize climate change, we need to get to zero net carbon emissions by the end of the century. A key question then for policymakers is when and how to reduce emissions ...
Extractive Industries Transparency Initiative (EITI), a global standard towards good governance in the extractive industries.
The IDB Group promotes the relations with civil society through partnerships, collaboration, consultations, dialogue and information.
The Caribbean has promising resources and land, it is shocking to acknowledge that this region faces many development challenges that threat its magnificence and its sustainable development. This sour [...]
The IDB Group has created the WiConnect platform, the geo-referenced networking directory working towards development in the region.
This publication highlights the work that the different IDB Group’s sectors, departments, divisions and units conduct with Civil Society through five levels of engagement: Information, dialogue, [...]
Caribbean Forum - June 8th, 2017 - Jamaica. The Vicepresident of Countries, Alexandre Meira da Rosa, discussed about the Revolution Era and its relevance.