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Proposal of indicators for the population of African descent in Latin America in line with regional and international commitments



The main objective of this publication is to help States and all those involved in following up on the 2030 Agenda with regard to Afrodescendants and the International Decade. This document contains a set of indicators whose purpose is to measure ethnic and racial inequalities and gaps between Afrodescendent and non-Afrodescendent populations. The proposed indicators are underpinned by the indicator frameworks that measure the 2030 Agenda for Sustainable Development and other relevant agreements. The guidelines on human rights indicators recommended by human rights mechanisms are also taken into account. Furthermore, in order to guide future work, the publication contains some empirical results, identifying the potential, scope and limitations of the data.

Foreword .-- Introduction .-- I. General study framework .-- II. Promotion and protection of the rights of people of African descent .-- III. Proposed indicators .-- IV. Indicators processed from available sources .-- V. Concluding observations.

Comisión Económica para América Latina y el Caribe (CEPAL) - Biblioteca Hernán Santa Cruz

Mirian Ramirez

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