Commemorating the 23rd International Day of Families, a special forum at the Bicameral Chamber of the Congress of the Republic of Paraguay examined the central role of family in society.
Published on 20/06/2016
Published on 04/05/2016
Guatemala International Conference Commemorates 30-Year Esquipulas AccordsColombian President Juan Manuel Santos urged collective action and a “victim-centered” approach to resolving conflict in Latin America in an address to 1200 government and civil society leaders in Guatemala City on
Published on 29/04/2016
Four former Central American presidents of the Latin American Presidential Mission visited the U.S. Committee for Refugees and Immigrants (USCRI) headquarters in Washington, D.C.
Published on 28/03/2016
News: Central American leaders urge broader partnerships to advance development and opportunities for youth
WASHINGTON, DC— Members of the Latin American Presidential Mission marked the 30th anniversary of the Esquipulas Accords that ended decades of conflict in Central America by proposing a revival of the Esquipulas process to address the region’s current problems during a visit to Washington this we
Published on 22/03/2016
Five former Latin American heads of state assessed the quality and development of democracy in Latin America and led discussions on civic education and youth engagement at a Global Peace Leadership Conference in Brasília, Brazil on November 12-13, 2015.
Published on 24/11/2015
Five former Latin American presidents attended the 2015 Global Peace Leadership Conference (GPLC), hosted by Global Peace Foundation Brazil (GPF Brazil), within the walls of Darcy Ribeiro Memorial at the University of Brasilia (UnB) on November 12th.
Published on 24/11/2015
In the Media: Camara Dos Deputados Reports: Latin American Former Presidents and Educators Ask for Dialogue with Young People
Former presidents of Bolivia, Guatemala, Panama and Uruguay and other speakers advocated the expansion of dialogue with young people in response to the crisis on values in the educational system in Latin American countries at a forum on November 12, 2015 in Brasilia, Brazil.
Published on 16/11/2015
Paraguayan youth have one of the highest literacy rates, at 99 percent, in comparison to other middle-income countries in the region according to a 2014 study by the Education and Policy Data Center.
Published on 09/10/2015