This public consultation looks for the voices of indigenous peoples or local communities on conservation of biodiversity, mitigation and adaptation to climate change, and COVID-19
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.
This report investigates the nature and consequences of conflict in infrastructure projects in Latin America and the Caribbean
The survey seeks to promote the responsible adoption of AI to improve the provision of social services and create opportunities for development.
Be part of this public consultation to update our environmental and social policies, to ensure better and more sustainable results in IDB operations.
The Panama IDB Country Office developed an innovative method to facilitate citizen participation in the design of their Country Strategy.
A pesar de que se estima que casi 13% de la población en nuestra región presenta alguna discapacidad, su situación en el mercado de trabajo no es fácil.
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 online course will allow you to converse, exchange, and share best practices in the region and implement them in your city.
This ambitious plan has proven the value of understanding social variables: the knowledge civil society members have to share with governments and private sector.
La baja productividad en las economías andinas en las últimas décadas puede explicarse, entre otros factores, por el escaso desarrollo del sector exportador.
After concluding our yearly meeting about citizen engagement in Latin America, we reflect on the new trends we discovered in the region.
In particular, the absence of women working as urban planners, architects, and engineers has led to the development of cities that are built by men and for men.
The rapid urbanization process observed in Latin America and the Caribbean (LAC), during the last decades has posed multiple challenges to the region and caused great contrasts
the creation of large protected areas, like the remarkable parks recently brought into existence, is urgent.
WiConnect3. A platform especially designed for Civil Society Organizations from Latin America and the Caribbean.