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Women's Financial Inclusion. Keys to a transformative post-COVID-19 economic recovery in Latin America and the Caribbean
This document addresses the impacts of the COVID-19 health crisis on women, particularly considering they are not included equally in the financial sector. It highlights how women’s levels of financial inclusion in the region were, and continue to be, a vulnerability factor that is hindering their economic autonomy and the post-COVID-19 recovery.
Public procurement with a gender perspective. Achievements and challenges in Latin America to energize women-led enterprises as an engine for post-COVID-19 recovery.
The Policy Brief "Public procurement with a gender perspective. Achievements and challenges in Latin America to energize women-led enterprises as an engine for post-COVID-19 recovery" identifies the main barriers that women face when competing in public tenders and collects some examples of good practices to operationalize the inclusion of women in public procurement and contracting in LAC. It also offers recommendations for harnessing the power of government procurement as an opportunity to respond to the economic and social crisis caused by the COVID-19 pandemic and its impact on women and to advocate for sustainable recovery.
Towards the construction of comprehensive care systems in Latin America and the Caribbean. Elements for implementation
This document has been conceived to serve as a guiding framework for those involved in the development of comprehensive national care systems. It addresses key questions about why to invest in care, its importance and benefits for the advancement of rights, the elimination of social inequalities and the achievement of gender equality, the dynamization of the economy and the sustainability of development. Furthermore, it addresses the elements to be considered in the construction of Comprehensive Care Systems.
Progress and Challenges in Legal Frameworks for Women’s Economic Autonomy and Empowerment in Ibero-America
The report presents a detailed analysis of the current legislation on women's economic autonomy and empowerment in each of the 22 Ibero-American