SPOTLIGHT ON KNOWLEDGESpotlight on Publications: Gender-Responsive Budgeting
In recent years, governments worldwide have been implementing gender-responsive budgeting (GRB) to contribute to the advancement of gender equality and the fulfillment of women’s rights. This Spotlight highlights key publications...
BRIEFSLabour Market Information Programmes
How can Labour Market Information Programmes improve the coverage, quality and efficiency of labour markets? This Brief provides key insights by drawing on experiences from across Latin America.
BRIEFSJudicial Reviews: An Innovative Mechanism to Enforce Human Rights in Latin America
Through ground-breaking rulings, judges in Latin America are driving social change by ordering governments to restore and enforce human rights.
BRIEFSAccess to Justice for Survivors of Sexual Violence in Conflicts: Three Latin American Approaches
From innovative methodologies for investigating and documenting sexual violence, to legal reforms and CSO-led support initiatives, Latin American countries are having success in improving access to justice for women victims...
BRIEFSPeru’s ProJoven Training Programme
Peru’s ProJoven programme has successfully supported younger and more economically disadvantaged generations to gain the necessary qualifications to secure better quality jobs.
SPOTLIGHT ON ORGANISATIONSSpotlight on Organisations: Citizen Participation in Latin America
Boosted in part by the region’s democratic transitions, citizen participation initiatives in Latin America have become increasingly common. This Spotlight highlights some of the key regional networks and national organisations...
SPOTLIGHT ON KNOWLEDGESpotlight on Publications: Disaster Risk Management in Latin American Cities
This selection of publications highlights key resources documenting and analysing some of the main aspects of the Latin American experience with disaster risk management (DRM) in cities.
REVIEWReview of ELLA Citizen Participation Materials: A Focus on Participation to Address Inequality
Here Dr. Felipe Hevia, Professor and Researcher at CIESAS, Mexico, offers his reaction to the ELLA knowledge materials on Citizen Participation.
BRIEFSFrom Supply- to Demand-led: Labour Training in Latin America
Latin America’s approach to labour training programmes changed dramatically in the 1990s, shifting from a supply-driven to a demand-driven model. Many of these programmes have been rigorously evaluated, yielding useful...
SPOTLIGHT ON KNOWLEDGESpotlight on Publications: Judicial Review for Enforcing Human Rights in Latin America
This list of key publications presents various cases from the region and provides insight into the role of the judiciary and other actors – such as public agencies, legislators, plaintiffs,...