Promoting diversity and inclusion in the realm of audiovisual content creation is vital. It's a driving force propelling the audiovisual industry in Latin America and the Caribbean to new heights, transforming it into a true powerhouse for economic and social progress. This entails ensuring the representation of various ethnic, cultural, and gender groups and providing … [Read more...] about How is the Sandbox Audiovisual promoting the development of creative talent in Colombia?
Small island states are particularly vulnerable to climate change. In response to this common threat, a greener, resilient and more sustainable economy is a common goal for the English-speaking Caribbean. Countries have pledged to mitigate climate change and increase the share of electricity generated from renewable energy … [Read more...] about Skills for a Green Economy
Entry by Carolina Méndez, Jorge Mori (DIGESU-MINEDU), María Fernanda Prada and María Fe Sanchez (DIGESU-MINEDU) Killa is an 8-year-old girl who attends third grade in a public school in Ayacucho, Peru. Her mother tongue is Quechua, the language of the Incas. Even though her parents did not finish high school, they dream of Killa finishing school and pursuing higher … [Read more...] about The future of higher and technical-productive education in Peru
School dropout, a persistent problem in Latin America and the Caribbean that will worsen In 2018, only 64.4% of young people between 18 and 20 years old in the region had completed secondary, while in Organization for Economic Cooperation and Development (OECD) countries this value exceeded 86%. In fact, 22.5% of those between 18-24 years old did not even manage to start … [Read more...] about Technical education, a potential ally in the face of school dropout in times of COVID-19