Los retos que enfrenta la región

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Costa Rica: President Luis Guillermo Solis Rivera "[We commit ourselves] to place at the centre of public policy the shared responsibility for caregiving as an engine for cultural change, expanding and diversifying its alternatives; to promote instruments that generate scientific evidence on gaps in gender data that result in barriers to [using] women’s talent; [to] create jobs through affirmative action for women through public/private partnerships; [to] establish job creation programmes with affirmative action…to benefit youth, women and persons with disabilities; [to] create and implement a seal of quality to check and certify gender equality in businesses and institutions; [to] guarantee the effective implementation of inspections in places of work; [to] work within the framework of the UN tirelessly together with our partners and elders and other groups that will facilitate this process; and [to] achieve the objective [that] would give content to the promises and commitments made here, which would be the election of a women as the next Secretary-General of the UN." World leaders convene at the United Nations on 27 September 2015 for the “Global Leaders’ Meeting on Gender Equality and Women’s Empowerment: A Commitment to Action” to personally commit to ending discrimination against women by 2030 and announce concrete and measurable actions to kick-start rapid change in their countries.  Read More: http://www.unwomen.org/en/news/stories/2015/9/press-release-global-leaders-meeting Read every country's committment from the event: http://beijing20.unwomen.org/en/step-it-up/commitments Photo: UN Women/Ryan Brown

Presidente de Costa Rica Luis Guillermo Solis Rivera Fotografía: UN Women/Ryan Brown

Washington, 16 de marzo de 2017

Luis Guillermo Solís, Presidente de Costa Rica expuso en el Interamerican Dialogue (ID) en Washington acerca de los retos que enfrenta la región en su calidad de Presidente ProTempore del Sistema de la Integración Centroamericana.
En la introducción que Michael Shifter, Director del ID, hizo se refirió a lo importante que fueron para la región los Acuerdos de Esquipulas, debido a los procesos que propiciaron en materia democrática y económica.

Video: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=goQ3EKGUR30&feature=share



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