To commemorate its 60th anniversary, the Latin American and Caribbean Institute for Economic and Social Planning (ILPES) and ECLAC’s Hernán Santa Cruz Library have prepared a new research guide that accounts for the six decades of contributions of the ILPES to development planning in the countries of Latin America and the Caribbean.
the research guide presents the most significant publications, milestones and training activities in the 60-year history of ILPES. Posted in Spanish, English Y Portuguesethis living resource for research and study systematizes the history of ILPES and development planning in Latin America and the Caribbean.
The biblioguide addresses the origins and creation of ILPES and for each of the historical stages of the Institute includes a selection of notable publications and seminars. In addition, an evolution of the objectives, themes, structure and pedagogical approach of the training offer for planning and public management of ILPES is added.
The library also includes a direct link to the Regional Development Planning Observatory whose main objective is to support the countries of the region in strengthening their planning and public management processes, as well as to contribute to linking said processes with the 2030 Agenda for Sustainable Developmentaccording to national and subnational realities and priorities.