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Los temas a discusión en este portal ya han sido analizados por múltiples actores. En este repositorio la SG/OEA reúne algunos de ellos, como una contribución más a la discusión. Este repositorio tiene dos secciones: En la de Políticas integraremos información sobre políticas relevantes a los temas a debate que estén siendo implementadas por los Estados Miembros, Estados Observadores y otros Estados del mundo. En la de Estudios incluiremos análisis, informes y reportes publicados por instituciones académicas, centros de pensamiento, organizaciones internacionales y multilaterales, organizaciones no gubernamentales y entes privados, todos ellos de reconocido prestigio, que sean relevantes para la conversación. La OEA publicará estos artículos e informes en su idioma original.

Informe BID alerta sobre duro impacto de COVID-19 sobre turismo en América Latina y Caribe

  • 1 julio 2020

El reporte – Evento extremo: El Shock de la Pandemia at Turismo Sin Precedente en América Latina y el Caribe  (solo disponible en inglés) – incluye un nuevo Índice de Dependencia del Turismo para países, con 35 economías de América Latina y el Caribe. Exhorta a los gobiernos a tomar medidas sin precedente para prevenir la propagación del virus, y apoyar los ciudadanos y las economías en una región que más depende del turismo en el mundo.

UNHCR Issues Recommendations for EU to Ensure Refugee Protection During the Pandemic and Beyond

  • 1 julio 2020

As the world continues to combat COVID-19, UNHCR, the UN Refugee Agency, is calling on the German Presidency of the European Union (EU) to keep refugee protection high on the agenda. UNHCR is proposing concrete ways the EU can ensure a bold and robust response to forced displacement during the pandemic as well as long term. The envisaged EU Pact on Migration and Asylum also provides an opportunity for the EU to better protect forcibly displaced people in Europe and abroad, and support host countries.

Timeline of WHO’s Response to COVID-19

  • 30 junio 2020

WHO provides this timeline of the Organization’s COVID-19 response activities for general information. WHO will update the timeline on a regular basis and in light of evolving events and new information. Unless noted otherwise, country-specific information and data are as reported to WHO by its Member States.

UNDP - Rule of Law and Human Rights are Key to Forging a New Inclusive Social Contract

  • 30 junio 2020

Emphasizing on the urgency of obligations to respect human rights and the rule of law in the current context around COVID-19 pandemic, UNDP Administrator Achim Steiner stated- “It is clear that securing the rule of law and human rights is key to achieving the transformational change we need - based on principles of trust, accountability and justice. This ultimately means forging a new, more inclusive social contract.”

Government of Canada and CDB Establish New Fund to Support Disaster Risk Management

  • 30 junio 2020

Governments in nine Caribbean countries will still be able to maintain their disaster risk management efforts even with national finances stretched by the demands of responding to the COVID-19 pandemic.

This is because the Government of Canada has partnered with the Caribbean Development Bank to offer assistance through a new CAD$20 million fund - the Canada-CARICOM Climate Adaptation Fund (CCAF).

Aperturas graduales, con enfoques escalonados y basados en datos serán clave para controlar nuevos brotes de COVID-19, según OPS

  • 30 junio 2020

Carissa Etienne aseguró que "el tiempo es crítico. A nivel nacional o local, debemos abrir gradualmente, adoptando un enfoque escalonado que se base en una sólida vigilancia, datos y una mayor capacidad de seguimiento de contactos y pruebas". Si la situación cambia y las infecciones aumentan, las localidades y los países deben ajustar el rumbo rápidamente, añadió.

BELIZE - Arrangement of Regulations

  • 30 junio 2020

Public health (prevention of the spread of Infectious Disease) (COVID-19) regulations, 2020.

UN - Pause Before Sharing, to Help Stop Viral Spread of COVID-19 Misinformation

  • 30 junio 2020

“One of the ways it [misinformation] is spreading is the way people are sharing”, Melissa Fleming, who oversees the UN’s global communications effort, said on the eve of the Pause campaign’s launch, chosen to coincide with Social Media Day.

“The idea of pause is: take care before you share. We hope that ‘take care before you share’, starts to be a social norm that people have in the back of their heads and that will enable a personal behavior change.”

As Jobs Crisis Deepens, ILO Warns of Uncertain and Incomplete Labour Market Recovery

  • 30 junio 2020

The number of working hours lost across the world in the first half of 2020 was significantly worse than previously estimated, while the highly uncertain recovery in the second half of the year will not be enough to go back to pre-pandemic levels, even in the best scenario, and risks seeing continuing large scale job losses, warns the International Labour Organization (ILO).

Plan de recuperación económica “Ñapu’ã Paraguay” incluye fuerte componente de protección social, inversión pública y créditos para el desarrollo

  • 29 junio 2020

El 29 de junio de 2020, el Gobierno de Paraguay presentó el Plan de Reactivación Económica, que incluye un paquete de medidas en tres ejes estratégicos como protección social, inversión pública para empleos y créditos para el desarrollo. Estas medidas irán acompañadas con reformas diseñadas para avanzar hacia una transformación del Estado paraguayo, indicaron. Como parte del plan, además de las inversiones vigentes, el Ejecutivo prevé un monto adicional de 350 millones de dólares a ser destinados a la compensación económica del Instituto de Previsión Social (IPS) a trabajadores cesados por la pandemia; subsidio económico Pytyvõ para las ciudades de frontera, dinamización de obras públicas; construcción de viviendas, así como financiamiento a productores a través del Fondo Ganadero y del Crédito Agrícola de Habilitación (CAH).

GUATEMALA - Aprobación del Estado de Calamidad y disposiciones presidenciales

  • 29 junio 2020

Las medidas de observancia general por el bienestar de los habitantes son de aplicabilidad en todo el territorio de la República de Guatemala, en los lugares y transportes de cualquier clase sometidos a la jurisdicción nacional, siempre dentro del marco legal y con el respeto de todas las formas de organización social reconocidas en nuestra Nación.

National Guidelines for the Reopening of Belize's Tourism Sector

  • 29 junio 2020

As some destinations have begun to re-open to international travel, the essence of this New Norm is emerging as well, with bio-security measures at its core. Much like our regional competitors, Belize has

been over the past two months working with industry partners to develop a set of national guidelines that our sector can stand guided by as we also seek the best possible strategy for a safe re-opening of our borders to international tourism. Minister of Tourism & Civil Aviation.

Global Partners Require $31 Billion to Speed up COVID-19 Medicines for All

  • 26 junio 2020

“It’s clear that to bring COVID-19 under control, and to save lives, we need effective vaccines, diagnostics and therapeutics – in unprecedented quantities and at unprecedented speed”, said WHO chief Tedros Adhanom.

More than $31 billion is needed over the next 12 months to develop medicines that will be effective against COVID-19, and make them available to all people, the World Health Organization (WHO) and partners said.

Trinidad and Tobago is one of Fifteen Countries to Benefit from the Government of Canada's USD$5.3 Million Contribution to PAHO’s COVID-19 Response in the Caribbean

  • 26 junio 2020

The contribution of USD$5.3 million will benefit a total of fifteen Caribbean countries including Trinidad and Tobago. Overall, the collaboration will support increased access to Personal Protective Equipment and other critical supplies to assist countries in their efforts to save lives and limit the human-to-human transmission of the COVID-19 Pandemic, focusing on populations experiencing marginalization or vulnerability, including health care workers.

UN to Extend Enhanced Support to the National Human Rights Institutions

  • 26 junio 2020

“In these challenging times we need to reinforce, support and work in partnership with NHRIs to address COVID-19. We also need to support member states to ‘recover back better’ - to use inclusive approaches in their recovery towards achieving the SDGs and securing the social contract,” stated Asako Okai, UN Assistant Secretary General and Director of UNDP’s Crisis Bureau.

ONU - La crisis COVID-19 amenaza con empujar a más personas al consumo y tráfico de drogas

  • 25 junio 2020

La pandemia también ha provocado una escasez de opioides, lo que a su vez puede hacer que las personas busquen sustancias más fácilmente disponibles como el alcohol, los benzodiacepinas o la mezcla con drogas sintéticas. La Oficina alerta que en consecuencia pueden surgir patrones de uso más dañinos a medida que algunos usuarios pueden decidir comenzar a inyectarse, o inyectarse más seguido.

UN - COVID-19’s Far Reaching Impact on Global Drug Abuse

  • 25 junio 2020

Because the pandemic has led to highly addictive opioid shortages, people may seek out more readily available substances, including alcohol, sedatives or by using more harmful delivery methods, such as intravenous injection.

UN - COVID-19: Excluding Pople with Disabilities Leaves Them Without Information that Could Save Their Lives

  • 25 junio 2020

Reports of some being locked in their rooms, while others have felt totally isolated and abandoned, are some of the examples of discrimination and inequality that those living with disability have experienced.

PAHO - PAHO USAID Donation Fueling COVID-19 Fight

  • 25 junio 2020

The Pan American Health Organization/World Health Organization (PAHO/WHO) Office for Barbados and the Eastern Caribbean Countries (ECC) and USAID recently assisted the government of Antigua and Barbuda in their fight against COVID-19.

Additionally, as we enter the Hurricane season, the vehicle will also be able to support and respond to other health emergencies and support disease surveillance activities of any new or existing health challenges.

WHO - Coronavirus: 10 Million Infections Milestone Looms – WHO's Tedros

  • 24 junio 2020

WHO chief and former health minister of Ethiopia said many countries are finding it difficult to obtain concentrators, as 80 per cent of the market is owned by just a few companies.  Demand is outstripping supply.

To ease shortages, WHO is buying them for countries that need them most, he said, and ongoing talks with suppliers have led to the purchase of 14,000 concentrators, which WHO will send to 120 countries in the coming weeks.  WHO has identified a further 170,000 that can be available over the next six months, at a value of $100 million. 

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