Many factors lie behind observed gender gaps in labor market outcomes in Latin American and the Caribbean. But one remains largely invisible: transport and urban mobility.
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
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 intersection between citizen engagement and transparency was the center of the conversation at this year's IDB Group-Caribbean Civil Society Meeting.
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.
Domestic violence and gender inequality remains to be a critical problem in the region.