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Intervención de las delegaciones. 13:00 – 13:30 Clausura   Practical information Descargar Agenda Share 6 nov 2002 Reuniões e seminários técnicos Madrid, Espanha Related Content Evento | 6 nov 2002 XII Reunión del Consejo Regional de Planificación (CRP) del ILPES Comunicado de imprensa Ministros de Planificación analizan las políticas públicas de América Latina y el Caribe Anexos Agenda Subsidiary body/Intergovernmental meeting Conselho Regional de Planejamento do ILPES Subtópicos Integração e cooperação regional Políticas públicas Finanças públicas Assinatura Receba as novidades da CEPAL por e-mail Assine Poderia ser de seu interesse 24 jun 2022 Notícias Exportações do MERCOSUL cresceram em 2021, mas os volumes permaneceram fracos e com pouca diversificação Um novo boletim da CEPAL sobre o comércio exterior do bloco assinala que as exportações aumentaram 35,6% no ano passado, impulsionados pela alta nos preços das matérias-primas. 22 abr 2022 Comunicado de imprensa Países da América Latina e do Caribe reafirmam o Acordo de Escazú como ferramenta fundamental para assegurar um meio ambiente saudável para as gerações presentes e futuras O último dia da primeira reunião da Conferência das Partes (COP 1) do Acordo incluiu um evento de alto nível por ocasião do primeiro aniversário de sua entrada em vigor e do Dia Internacional da Mãe Terra. 20 abr 2022 Comunicado de imprensa Estados Partes do Acordo de Escazú pedem ação conjunta para impulsionar o primeiro tratado ambiental da América Latina e do Caribe O Presidente do Chile, Gabriel Boric, juntamente com outras autoridades da região, representantes das Nações Unidas e do Público, deram início à Conferência das Partes (COP 1) do Acordo, na sede da CEPAL em Santiago, Chile.
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Intervención de las delegaciones. 18:00 – 18:30 Presentación del Director del ILPES sobre aspectos institucionales: Informe financiero 18:30 – 19:00 Elección del Presidente del CRP y de los integrantes de la Mesa Directiva del CRP. 19:00 – 19:30 Aprobación de las resoluciones del XII Consejo Regional de Planificación Practical information Descargar Agenda Share 6 nov 2002 Conferencias y reuniones de órganos subsidiarios Related Content Evento | 6 nov 2002 , Madrid, Espanha XI Conferencia de Ministros y Jefes de Planificación de América Latina y el Caribe Comunicado de imprensa Ministros de Planificación analizan las políticas públicas de América Latina y el Caribe Subsidiary body/Intergovernmental meeting Conselho Regional de Planejamento do ILPES Subtópicos Finanças públicas Políticas públicas Assinatura Receba as novidades da CEPAL por e-mail Assine Poderia ser de seu interesse 1 out 2013 Notícias Ministros discutirão em Brasília sobre o planejamento como ferramenta para o desenvolvimento Brasília será sede do Conselho Regional de Planejamento que reunirá Ministros e Chefes de Planejamento da América Latina e do Caribe no mês de novembro. 17 jun 2019 Notícias A CEPAL oferece a funcionários do governo uruguaio capacitação sobre Modelos de Equilíbrio Geral Computável Participaram do curso funcionários dos escritórios de planejamento e avaliação dos ministérios de Pecuária, Agricultura e Pesca, Economia e Finanças e Desenvolvimento Social e do Escritório de Planejamento e Orçamento. 25 nov 2013 Comunicado de imprensa Países da região destacaram o planejamento como um instrumento indispensável para impulsionar a agenda do desenvolvimento pós-2015 Durante a reunião intergovernamental houve um apelo para a promoção de uma nova cultura da integração e uma visão de longo prazo direcionada a uma mudança estrutural com igualdade.
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Miércoles 3 de abril 13.00 Registro de participantes 14.30 – 15.30 Reunión de jefes de delegación de países participantes 16.00 – 17.00 Sesión inaugural Alicia Bárcena , Secretaria Ejecutiva de la CEPAL Mario Campolargo, Director de DG CONNECT.E de la Comisión Europea José Mujica, Presidente de la República Oriental del Uruguay 17.00 – 18.00 Apoyo de la Unión Europea al desarrollo de las TIC en América Latina: resultados del programa @LIS2 Jean-Paul Joulia, Jefe de Unidad de EuropeAid/G2 de la Comisión Europea Mario Cimoli, Director de la División de Desarrollo Productivo y Empresarial de la CEPAL Carmen Gloria Labbé, Gerente General Adjunta de RedCLARA Carlos Raúl Gutiérrez, Presidente de REGULATEL 18.00 – 20.00 Actividad de bienvenida Organizada por la CEPAL en agradecimiento a la Comisión Europea por su contribución al programa @LIS2 Jueves 4 de abril 08.00 Registro de participantes 08.30 – 08.45 Elección de la Mesa y aprobación del temario provisional de la reunión 08.45 – 09.30 Introducción Mario Campolargo, Director de DG CONNECT.E de la Comisión Europea Roberto Kreimerman, Ministro de Industria, Energía y Minería de la República Oriental de Uruguay Alicia Bárcena, Secretaria Ejecutiva de la CEPAL, presentación del documento Economía digital para el cambio estructural y la igualdad Diego Cánepa, Prosecretario de la Presidencia de la República Oriental del Uruguay 9.30 – 10.50 Panel 1 – Rol de las nuevas tecnologías para la innovación y el desarrollo digital Moderador: José Clastornik, Presidente de la Mesa de Coordinación del Mecanismo de Seguimiento del eLAC2015 Rowland Espinoza, Viceministro de Telecomunicaciones de Costa Rica Miguel Brechner, Presidente del Centro para la Inclusión Tecnológica y Social de la República Oriental de Uruguay Claude Puech, Director Ejecutivo de la Fundación Inria Chile (Inria – Francia) Raúl Katz, Experto internacional 10:50 – 11:20 Café 11.20 – 12:40 Panel 2 – Infraestructura para un ecosistema digital Moderador: Raúl Echeberría, Director Ejecutivo de LACNIC María Isabel Mejía, Viceministra de Tecnologías y Sistemas de la Información de Colombia Cezar Alvarez, Secretario Ejecutivo del Ministerio de Comunicaciones de Brasil Reinald Krueger, Jefe de la Unidad DG CONNECT.B.3 de la Comisión Europea Mónica Aspe, Coordinadora de la Sociedad de la Información y el Conocimiento de la Secretaría de Comunicaciones y Transportes de México 12.40 – 14.10 Almuerzo 14.10 – 15:30 Panel 3 – Papel de la regulación en el desarrollo digital Moderador: Reinald Krueger, Jefe de la Unidad DG CONNECT.B.3 de la Comisión Europea Jorge Atton, Subsecretario de Telecomunicaciones de Chile Raúl Pérez-Reyes, Viceministro de Comunicaciones del Perú  Carlos Raúl Gutiérrez, Presidente de REGULATEL Leonidas Kanellos, Presidente de BEREC 15.30 – 16:30 Panel 4 – Ciberseguridad, la búsqueda de un entendimiento común Moderador: Belisario Contreras, Representante de la Red Hemisférica de Autoridades en Seguridad Cibernética de la OEA Pedro Janices, Director de la Oficina Nacional de Tecnologías de la Información de la Argentina Piotr Kijewski, Director del Equipo de Respuesta ante Emergencias Informáticas (CERT Polska) de Polonia Mikko Hyppönen, Director de Investigaciones de F-Secure de Finlandia Santiago Paz, Coordinador del CERTuy y Director de Seguridad de la Información de AGESIC de la República Oriental del Uruguay 16.30 – 17:00 Café 17.00 – 18:00 Panel 5 – Diversidad en la sociedad digital Moderadora: Pamela Villalobos, Oficial de Asuntos Sociales de la División de Asuntos de Género de la CEPAL Ana Gabriela Valdiviezo, Subsecretaria de Telecomunicaciones y Tecnologías de la Información y la Comunicación del Ecuador Herminia Rodríguez Pacheco, Investigadora del Centro de Estudio de la Mujer de la Federación de Mujeres Cubanas Magaly Pineda, Directora del Centro de Investigación para la Acción Femenina de República Dominicana Gerardo López Sánchez, Director de Estadísticas de Ciencia y Tecnología del Instituto Nacional de Estadística y Geografía (INEGI) de México   Viernes 5 de abril 09.00 – 10.00 Panel 6 – Futuro del gobierno abierto Moderador: Miguel Porrúa, Coordinador de Gobierno Electrónico de la Organización de los Estados Americanos (OEA) Diego Pastorín, Director General de la Presidencia de República Oriental del Uruguay Andrés Bustamante, Director de Gobierno Digital del Ministerio Secretaria General de la Presidencia de Chile Laurent Elder, Jefe del programa de información, redes e inclusión de IDRC Alejandra Lagunes, Coordinadora de la Estrategia Digital Nacional de la Presidencia de la República de México. 10.00 – 11.00 Panel 7 – Medio ambiente y residuos electrónicos Moderador: Jose luis Samaniego, Director de la División de Desarrollo Sostenible y Asentamientos Humanos de la CEPAL Miguel Palomino de la Gala, Presidente de la Comisión de Ciencia y Tecnología para el Desarrollo de las Naciones Unidas Franklin Coelho, Secretario de Ciencia y Tecnología de la ciudad de Río de Janeiro, Brasil Sergio Scarabino, Director Regional de las Américas de la Unión Internacional de Telecomunicaciones (UIT) Arancha Díaz – Lladó, Directora de Asuntos Públicos de Telefónica Latinoamérica 11.00 – 11.30 Café 11:30 – 12:30 Panel 8 – Digitalización y nuevos paradigmas productivos Moderador: Giovanni Stumpo, Jefe de la Unidad de Inversiones y Estrategias Empresariales de la División de Desarrollo Productivo y Empresarial de la CEPAL Mariano Laplane, Presidente del Centro de Gestión y Estudios Estratégicos (CGEE) de Brasil Luis Alberto Dávalos, Ministro–Presidente del Consejo Nacional de Ciencia y Tecnología de Paraguay Fernando Peirano, Subsecretario de Políticas en Ciencia, Tecnología e Innovación Productiva de Argentina Wolfgang Schuch, Gerente General de Fraunhofer Chile Research 12.30 – 14.30 Almuerzo 14.30 – 15:30 Panel 9 – Inclusión social en la economía digital Moderadora: Nieves Rico, Oficial Principal de Asuntos Sociales de la División de Desarrollo Social de la CEPAL Jaddy Fernández, Jefa de la Oficina Nacional de Gobierno Electrónico e Informática (ONGEI) del Perú Sigfrido Lee, Viceministro para el Desarrollo de la Micro, Pequeña y Mediana Empresa de Guatemala Luiz Ary Messina, Coordinador Nacional de la Red Universitaria de Telemedicina (RUTE) de Brasil Ida Holz, Presidenta de RedCLARA 15.30 – 16:00 Café 16.00 – 17:00 Panel 10 – Medición de los avances y examen mundial Moderador: Darío Klein, corresponsal de CNN en la República Oriental de Uruguay Robin Mansell, Catedrática de la London School of Economics and Political Science del Reino Unido Sergio Scarabino, Director Regional para las Américas de la Unión Internacional de las Telecomunicaciones (UIT) Jānis Kārkliņš, Subdirector General de Comunicación e Información de la UNESCO Pablo Tactuk, Director de la Oficina Nacional de Estadística de la República Dominicana 17.00 – 17:30 Adopción del Compromiso de Montevideo y clausura José Clastornik, Presidente de la Mesa de Coordinación del eLAC Mario Campolargo, Director de DG CONNECT.E de la Comisión Europea Alicia Bárcena, Secretaria Ejecutiva de la CEPAL Luis Almagro Lemes, Ministro de Relaciones Exteriores de la República Oriental del Uruguay Practical information Descargar Informativo General Descargar Programa Descargar Declaración de Montevideo Descargar Presentación Economía digital Descargar Plan de Acción ​Descargar Plan de trabajo 2013-2015 (eLAC2015) Share 3-5 abr 2013 Reuniones intergubernamentales Montevideo, Uruguai Related Content Evento | 11 out 2012 , Quito, Equador Reunión preparatoria de la Cuarta Conferencia Ministerial sobre Sociedad de la Información de América Latina y el Caribe Evento | 10 out 2012 , Quito, Equador Seminario internacional Plan regional eLAC2015 y el avance de las políticas digitales en la región Discurso Inauguración de la cuarta Conferencia Ministerial sobre la Sociedad de la Información de América Latina y el Caribe Comunicado de imprensa IV Conferencia ministerial sobre sociedad de la información será transmitida vía streaming Video Palabras del presidente José Mujica en la sesión inaugural de la IV Conferencia Ministerial sobre la Sociedad de la Información de América Latina y el Caribe.
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Augusto Espín, Viceministro de Telecomunicaciones y de Sociedad de la Información de Ecuador.  Practical information Descargar Información General Descargar Programa Download Programme Share 11 out 2012 Comité Ejecutivo Quito, Equador Organized by: Comisión Económica para América Latina y el Caribe (CEPAL) Related Content Evento | 3-5 abr 2013 , Montevideo, Uruguai Cuarta Conferencia ministerial sobre la sociedad de la información de América Latina y el Caribe Comunicado de imprensa La CEPAL lanzó órgano subsidiario de ciencia, innovación y tecnologías de la información y de las comunicaciones Evento | 10 out 2012 , Quito, Equador Seminario internacional Plan regional eLAC2015 y el avance de las políticas digitales en la región Anexos Informativo General Agenda Preparatoria Agenda Preparatoria Ingles Subsidiary body/Intergovernmental meeting Conferência Ministerial sobre a Sociedade da Informação da América Latina e do Caribe Related Project Conta para o desenvolvimento Agenda digital para América Latina y el Caribe (eLAC2022) Subtópicos Inovação, ciência e tecnologia Tecnologias de informação e comunicação (TIC) Assinatura Receba as novidades da CEPAL por e-mail Assine Poderia ser de seu interesse 1 abr 2022 Comunicado de imprensa Secretário-Geral das Nações Unidas nomeia Mario Cimoli como Secretário-Executivo Interino da CEPAL O economista argentino substituirá a diplomata mexicana Alicia Bárcena, que em 31 de março encerrou sua gestão de quase 14 anos à frente da CEPAL. 15 dez 2021 Comunicado de imprensa Países defenderam um papel mais ativo para a ciência, inovação e novas tecnologias nas políticas de desenvolvimento econômico, produtivo e social da região Encerrou-se hoje a Terceira Reunião da Conferência de Ciência, Inovação e Tecnologias de Informação e Comunicação organizada pela CEPAL e pelo Governo da Argentina. 13 dez 2021 Notícias A ciência, a tecnologia e a inovação são fundamentais para enfrentar a pandemia e avançar rumo a uma recuperação transformadora com igualdade e sustentabilidade na região Alicia Bárcena, Secretária-Executiva da CEPAL, e os Ministros Santiago Cafiero e Daniel Filmus, da Argentina, e Paola Vega Castillo, da Costa Rica, participaram da abertura da Terceira Reunião da Conferência sobre Ciência, Inovação e Tecnologias de Informação e Comunicação realizada de forma presencial em Buenos Aires.
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El objetivo de este encuentro es generar un espacio de intercambio entre especialistas y funcionarios de alto nivel a cargo de las estimaciones de la inversión social en los países de la región, poniendo especial énfasis en la discusión de alternativas metodológicas para mejorar su calidad y utilidad para la toma de decisiones de la política social en general y de la protección social en particular. Practical information Ver aquí las presentaciones del Seminario-taller Share 5-6 jul 2016 Reuniões e seminários técnicos Quito, Equador Com convite Organized by: Cooperación Alemana (BMZ/GIZ) Related Content Notícias A CEPAL analisará instituições sociais para a proteção universal, respostas a situações de emergência e medição do gasto em três eventos Publicação Estimación de las erogaciones sociales a partir del sistema de cuentas nacionales: una propuesta para las funciones de educación, salud y protección social Anexos Agenda del Seminario-taller Related Project Programa regular de cooperação técnica Programa CEPAL-BMZ/giz 2014-2016 Subtópicos Investimento/Gasto social Proteção / segurança social Estatísticas sociais Contato Daniela Huneeus División de Desarrollo Social daniela.huneeus@cepal.org (56 2) 2210 2099 Margot Rovira Secretaria, División de Desarrollo Social margot.rovira@cepal.org (+56) 2 2210 2285 Assinatura Receba as novidades da CEPAL por e-mail Assine Poderia ser de seu interesse 25 jan 2022 Comunicado de imprensa Pobreza extrema na região sobe para 86 milhões em 2021 como consequência do aprofundamento da crise social e sanitária derivada da pandemia da COVID-19 Em seu relatório anual Panorama Social da América Latina, a CEPAL estima que entre 2020 e 2021 as pessoas em situação de extrema pobreza aumentaram em quase cinco milhões.
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