Reducing economic and social inequalities in Central America and the Dominican Republic requires a new productive model, focused particularly on improving opportunities for women and young people in areas of social exclusion. New research on inequalities across four dimensions – life and health; living conditions; financial autonomy and dignified work; and personal and legal security – reveals the lack of access to the benefits of development facing many people in the region. These inequalities – between and within social groups, and across different geographical areas – seem to be at the root of recent political, social, and economic turbulence.
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