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The Regional Conference on South-South Cooperation in Latin America and the Caribbean was established by resolution 752(PLEN.36) adopted by the member countries of the Economic Commission for Latin America and the Caribbean (ECLAC) at the thirty-sixth session of the Committee of the Whole, in December 2021.
In accordance with the resolution, the regular sessions of the Conference shall be held every two years at the headquarters of the Economic Commission for Latin America and the Caribbean (ECLAC) in Santiago, in alternating years to the sessions of the Commission, using installed capacity and within existing resources.
Some of the objectives of this subsidiary body of ECLAC are: to strengthen national South-South and triangular cooperation mechanisms and possible linkages with North-South and multilateral cooperation; to further South-South and triangular cooperation among regional and extraregional stakeholders, including donor countries and international organizations, to facilitate technology and knowledge transfer and joint activities in the field of cooperation; and to examine the experiences of South-South and triangular cooperation in the countries of Latin America and the Caribbean and to make progress in evaluating them, in coordination with the work carried out by the various subsidiary bodies of the Commission.Thirty-Sixth Session of the Committee of the Whole of ECLAC
EVENT | 03 DEC 2021 , NEW YORK, UNITED STATES
Extraordinary meeting of the Committee on South-South Cooperation: opportunities for renewed international development cooperation in Latin America and the Caribbean
EVENT | 19-20 AUG 2021 , VIRTUAL, CHILE
Tenth Meeting of The Presiding Officers of the Committee on South-South Cooperation
EVENT | 18 MAR 2021 , VIRTUAL, CHILE