Multilateral development banks can help ensure that artificial general intelligence is developed and used in a way that benefits everyone and minimizes potential harms.
Active listening brings enormous benefits. Although it is difficult to achieve listening skills, they can be taught.
Governors expressed support for the new President’s proposed vision and priorities - presented in the Annual Meeting - for the Latin American and Caribbean region and the Bank.
According to the most recent statistics, two out of every three children and adolescents in Latin America and the Caribbean are victims of child abuse or violence at home.
Digital communications, online shopping and social media have transformed the way most people in the region socialize and do business.
Hundreds of inputs have been received, reaching the highest standards of inclusion and diversity both geographically and in terms of organizational profiles throughout LAC.
Entrepreneurship is the heartbeat of small business growth. Therefore, many initiatives attempt to improve entrepreneurs’ skill sets to improve productivity in businesses.
The public consultation will consist of three phases, the details of which will be shared through the Public Consultation Process Portal.
Student performance on standardized tests is typically the main measure of school quality. Important decisions often rely on test-score metrics.
In this video the researcher explores the key elements for the socio-economic context in Costa Rica, as well as advancements in the academia to transition towards decarbonization
Aprende a incorporar aportes de actores no gubernamentales en las Contribuciones Nacionalmente Determinadas en Perú para adaptación y mitigación del cambio climático.
CivicLytics is allowing us to know the impact of the pandemic and work together to support the scenarios for exiting the crisis. The press echoed this effort in dozens of articles
CivicLytics detected rough spikes in anxiety in the moment quarantine measures were announced.
Mentioning the IDB report based on Artificial Intelligence for analyzing citizen trends in millions of online comments.
Evidence shows that planning for effective citizen participation has direct effects in project resources.
Submitting a session proposal by Monday, August 31, 2020.
Regarding the COVID-19 pandemic, this Artificial Intelligence (AI) tool shows real-time citizen’s perceptions and worries expressed online, in each country in Latin America and the
The Principal Environmental Specialist draws a link between climate change mitigation strategies and COVID-19 recovery that might be carried out by organizations like the IDB.
Our leading specialist in citizen participation matters at the IDB, Flavia Milano, approaches lessons learned in the region during the crisis of COVID-19.
We share key links to support citizens, governments, and businesses in the midst of the COVID-19 emergency.
The survey seeks to promote the responsible adoption of AI to improve the provision of social services and create opportunities for development.
Now multiple members of an organization can access scholarships, grants, and exclusive events.
The IDB is summoning the region to a public consultation for updating its Access to Information Policy.
A new publication summarizing key objectives, principles and elements of stakeholder engagement.
The intersection between citizen engagement and transparency was the center of the conversation at this year's IDB Group-Caribbean Civil Society Meeting.
Civil Society is crucial for this type of investment, to mitigate risks and losses for the private sector.
Individuals interested in the environmental sector can sign-up for this course that begins on September 24th, to learn how to conduct public consultations.
This ambitious plan has proven the value of understanding social variables: the knowledge civil society members have to share with governments and private sector.
An example of how dialogue is an instance for conflict transformation, public consultation, collaboration and partnerships. Continue reading to find out more.
After concluding our yearly meeting about citizen engagement in Latin America, we reflect on the new trends we discovered in the region.