Policy Notes

The purpose of the UNDP LAC Policy Notes series is to make visible the work carried out by our offices in the region. The series collects experiences and work on public policy issues on which UNDP has accompanied national and sub-national governments of Latin America and the Caribbean in their decision-making processes. 

These notes are published in the language in which they were produced. Notes originally written in Portuguese or French will be translated to facilitate their dissemination.

 

 

No 12 Peace and Voluntary Disarmament Events: Effective governance to build peace in Mexico

Alejandro González Basurto, Juan Salgado and Carlos Cortés Zea

Available in Spanish

 

 

No 10 Blue Economy Scoping Study for Dominica

Juliana Helo Sarmiento and the UNDP Multi-Country Office Barbados and the Eastern Caribbean

Available in English

 

 

No 9 Intégrate Strategy for people in contexts of human mobility in Mexico

Erick Hernández, Diego Morales y Ana del Toro (UNDP México)

Available in Spanish

 

 

No 8 Quality Basic Service Indicators: A Twitter Approach

Yoselin Arvelaiz, Manuel Solorzano (Universidad Central de Venezuela) and Daniel Barráez (UNDP Venezuela)

Available in English and Spanish

 

 

No 7 Impact of COVID-19 on migrant households in La Unión, El Salvador

Ivette Contreras and Jessica González (UNDP El Salvador)

Available in Spanish

 

 

No 6 Working mothers and COVID-19: Effects of the pandemic on teleworking circumstances in Mexico

Annabelle Sulmont, Maite García de Alva, and Alejandra Pinelo (PNUD Mexico)

Available in Spanish

 

 

No 5 Microsimulations to anticipate decisions in poverty

Sergio Armando Rueda Gómez (PNUD Colombia)

Available in Spanish

 

 

No 4 Digital Inclusion and Human Development

María Laura Alzúa y Gabriela Catterberg (UNDP Argentina)

Available in Spanish

 

 

No 3 A new approach to UNDP social protection and promotion in Haiti

David Bardey (Universidad de Los Andes)

Available in English and French

 

 

No 2 Structural Challenges of Social Policies: A Time of Opportunities

María Laura Alzúa and Gabriela Catterberg (UNDP Argentina)

Available in Spanish

 

 

No 1 Targeting transfers to the vulnerable population during COVID-19 in Honduras

Mónica Pinilla-Roncancio (OPHI and Universidad de Los Andes) and Andrés Ham (Universidad de los Andes)

Available in Spanish