Discussion on Economic Opportunities for Latin American and Caribbean Youth Comes to Capitol Hill

September 14, 2012
Multilateral Investment Fund Releases New Strategy for Youth Training Projects The Multilateral Investment Fund (MIF), a member of the Inter-American Development Bank Group held a panel discussion on Capitol Hill on Friday, September 14 from 10:00-11:30am on the topic “Developing Opportunities for Youth Employment and Entrepreneurship in Latin America and the Caribbean.”

Young performers from Rio slums visit DC high school to show a way toward a brighter future

September 10, 2012
Media invited to workshop and performance at Bell Multicultural High School on Friday, Sept. 14 A group of 20 young Brazilian artists from Rio de Janeiro slums will spend the day at Bell Multicultural High School in Washington, D.C. on Friday, Sept. 14 to show how the performing arts are helping young people stay away from gang violence and prepare for full-time employment.

The IDB discusses diversity and inclusion in Brazil

October 25, 2011
The Inter-American Development Bank (IDB) held, on October 13 in Brasilia, a seminar on racial and gender diversity and inclusion: Mind Bugs: Challenges in Decision-Making.

IDB welcomes participation in an online discussion forum on policies to promote racial equality in Latin America and the Caribbean

August 16, 2010
The Gender and Diversity Unit of the Inter-American Development Bank (IDB) has launched the Bank‘s first online discussion forum on policies to advance social inclusion in Latin America and the Caribbean.  The purpose of the forum is to create a community of practice among academics, NGOs, policy makers and other stakeholders, and to review five country-specific studies (Bolivia, Brazil, Colombia, Ecuador and Peru) being conducted by the IDB. 

IDB, Ricky Martin Foundation, Ayuda and local partners launch campaign against human trafficking in Washington, D.C .

April 24, 2008
The Inter-American Development Bank (IDB), Ricky Martin Foundation, the non-governmental organization Ayuda and the DC Mayor’s Office on Latino Affairs have partnered to launch Call and Live in Washington DC, a campaign that promotes an anti-trafficking hotline for prevention and victim protection. Other local partners of the initiative include Telemundo, Univisión, Washington Hispanic and Radio Viva 900.