Citizens reported being worried about debt and inflation in Argentina during the first 120 days of the pandemic.
A report with findings on citizen trends and exit strategies during the first 4 months of COVID-19, using the public citizen observatory, CivicLytics.
This article explains how the CivicLytics platform supports citizens, governments, and private sector to act towards solutions to exit the crisis
Economic security at home and at companies has generated different types of conversations.
Lack of water in different neighborhoods in the most important cities in the region. This makes hygiene and wellness practices during quarantine more difficult.
The summer hit Central America with poverty spikes, followed by hunger spikes, a few weeks after.
Citizens manifested phobias when entering in contact with other people, as well as difficulty to be in groups, because of the propagation of the virus.
During social distancing, it was more noticeable women's conversation topics about hygiene, isolation, and gender violence.
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.
Learn more about how technology helps understand dignity, trust, security, visibility—and to inform public and private sector solutions at a local and regional level.
CivicLytics and many of these scans stimulate citizen participation to ensure that governments know the opinions and suggestions of all people.
The international business platform created by the IDB allows companies to continue doing business despite international fair cancellations and high demand for products worldwide.
Evidence shows that planning for effective citizen participation has direct effects in project resources.
Public consultation with those impacted by a project/operation contribute to sustainable development in Latin America and the Caribbean. Learn to plan them in a simple way.
Listening to citizens to not leave anyone behind. Click to see what worries the most in your country in real time about the pandemic.
The STEM labor market will face a worker deficit in 10 years. Greater participation from women could cover the demand and generate economic growth.
The virtual platform has published 62 causes from 40 civil society organizations in Chile, impacting over 25 thousand people and channeling more than $1,5 million in donations.
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.
This ambitious plan has proven the value of understanding social variables: the knowledge civil society members have to share with governments and private sector.
Did you know that extractive activities represent 4% of the GDP of Latin America and the Caribbean?