About CIM: Meetings

The CIM Executive Committee is a smaller body, made up of nine OAS member states that are elected during the Assembly of Delegates for a period of two years. The Committee meets on a more regular basis (at least once a year) in order to address routine matters, as well as questions of immediate concern, related to the implementation of the Commission's Biennial Program of Work.

Executive Committee 2019-2022

  • President: Dominican Republic (Janet Camilo Hernández)
  • Vice-Presidents: Canada (Maryam Monsef), Colombia (Gheidy Marisela Gallo Santos) and Panama (María Inés Castillo de Sanmartín)
  • Members of the Executive Committee: Costa Rica, Ecuador, Mexico, Suriname, Peru

Second Regular Session (August 4th 2020, Virtual)

  • Draft Agenda (CIM/CD/doc.5/20) in English or Spanish
  • Draft Organization of Work (CIM/CD/doc.6/20 rev.3) in English o Spanish
  • Activity Report of the Executive Secretariat (CIM/CD/doc.7/20) in English or Spanish
  • Draft Concept Note and Agenda for the 50th Regular Session of the General Assembly of the OAS (CIM/CD/doc.8/20) in English or Spanish
  • Draft Position Paper of the CIM Before the Generation Equality Forum (CIM/CD/doc.9/20) in English or Spanish

First Regular Session (Medellín, June 26th 2019)

  • Agenda (CIM/CD/doc.1/19) in English or Spanish
  • Organization of Work (CIM/CD/doc.2/19) in English or Spanish
  • Observations received on the candidacies for Executive Secretary of the CIM (CIM/CD/doc.3/19 Rev.1) in English or Spanish
  • Agreements adopted (CIM/CD/doc.4/19) in English or Spanish
  • For more information on the selection process for the Executive Secretary of the CIM, visit this page

Executive Committee 2016-2019

  • President: Peru
  • Vice-Presidents: Costa Rica, Mexico and Paraguay
  • Committee Members: Argentina, Belize, Bolivia, Colombia, Panama

Sixth Regular Session (Santo Domingo, May 6th 2019)

  • Agenda (CIM/CD/doc.26/19) in English or Spanish
  • Organization of Work (CIM/CD/doc.27/19 Rev.1) in English or Spanish
  • Agreements adopted (CIM/CD/doc.29/19) in English or Spanish
  • For more information on the selection process for the Executive Secretary of the CIM, visit this page

Fifth Regular Session (Santiago de Chile, January 22nd 2019)

Fourth Regular Session (Washington, DC, September 17th 2018)

  • Logistical Note in English or Spanish
  • Agenda (CIM/CD/doc.18/18 Rev.1) in English or Spanish
  • Organization of Work (CIM/CD/doc.19/18 Rev.1) in English or Spanish
  • Activity Report of the Presidency and Executive Secretariat of the CIM (CIM/CD/doc.20/18) in English or Spanish
  • Concept Note "FOR ALL Coalition: For the Promotion of Gender Equality and Human Rights in the Environment Agreements" in English or Spanish
  • Inter-American Guidelines on Gender Equality for the Good of Humanity (CIM/CD/doc.10/17 Rev.2) en English o Spanish

Third Regular Session (Washington, DC, February 20th 2018)

Second Regular Session (Lima, September 7th and 8th 2017)

  • Agenda (CIM/CD/doc.7/17 Rev.1) in English or Spanish
  • Organization of Work (CIM/CD/doc.8/17 Rev.1) in English or Spanish
  • Activity Report of the Presidency and Executive Secretariat of the CIM (CIM/CD/doc.9/17) in English or Spanish
  • Inter-American Guidelines on Gender Equality for the Good of Humanity (CIM/CD/doc.10/17) in English or Spanish
  • Proposed Work Plan for the Celebration of the 90th Anniversary of the CIM (CIM/CD/doc.11/17) in English or Spanish
  • Agreements Adopted (CIM/CD/doc.12/17) in English or Spanish
  • Summary Minutes of the Session (CIM/CD/doc.13/17) in English or Spanish

First Regular Session (Panama, Feberuary 9th 2017)

  • Draft Agenda of the First Regular Sesison (CIM/CD/doc.2/17) in English or Spanish
  • Draft Organization of Work of the First Regular Sesison (CIM/CD/doc.3/17) in English or Spanish

Executive Committee 2013-2015

  • President: Costa Rica (Alejandra Mora Mora)
  • Vice-Presidents: Haiti (Marie Yanick Mézile), Panama (Liriola Leoteau) and Uruguay (Mariella Mazzotti)
  • Committee members: Barbados, Guatemala, Mexico, Peru and the United States

Fifth Regular Session (Washington, DC May 7th & 8th, 2015)

  • Draft agenda Fifth Session (CIM/CD/doc.22/15 Rev.1) in Spanish or English
  • Draft organization of work Fifth Session (CIM/CD/doc.23/15) in Spanish or English
  • Report on the activities of the President and Executive Secretariat of the CIM (October 2014-April 2015) (CIM/CD/doc.24/15)  in Spanish or English
  • Report on the Activities of the Technical Secretariat of the MESECVI (CIM/CD/25/15) in  Spanish or English
  • Draft agenda XXXVII Assembly of Delegates of the CIM (CIM/CD/doc.26/15) in Spanish or English
  • Triennial Program of the Work of the CIM (CIM/CD/doc.28/15) in Spanish or English
  • Agreements

Fourth Regular Session (Mexico City, October 24th 2014)

  • Draft agenda (CIM/CD/doc.18/14) in English, Spanish, Portuguese or French
  • Draft organization of work (CIM/CD/doc.19/14) in English, English, Portuguese or French
  • Report on the activities of the President and Executive Secretariat of the CIM (May-Septembre 2014) (CIM/CD/doc.20/14) in English or Spanish
  • Note to the Presidency of the Working Group on the Strategic Vision of the OAS: Incoporation of the gender and diversity persepctive in the work of the OAS (Informative document) (CIM/CD/inf.1/14) in English, Spanish, Portuguese or French
  • Agreements adopted in (CIM/CD/doc.21/14) in English or Spanish

Third Regular Session (Pachuca, Hidalgo, Mexico, May 16th 2014)

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Second regular session (Washington, D.C., November 20th 2013)

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First regular session (Washington, D.C., February 28th and March 1st 2013)

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Executive Committee 2011-2012

  • President: Rocío García Gaytán, México
  • Vice-President: Irene Sandiford-Garner, Barbados
  • Committee members: Brazil, Costa Rica, Panama, Paraguay and Trinidad & Tobago

Third regular session (Washington, D.C., April 17th and 18th 2012)

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Second regular session (San Salvador, October 31st 2011)

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First regular session (Washington, DC, April 7th and 8th 2011)

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Executive Committee 2009-2010

  • Presidents: Laura Albornoz, Chile (November 2008 to October 2009) and Wanda Jones, United States (November 2009 to October 2010)
  • Vice Presidents: Jeanette Carrillo, Costa Rica (November 2008 to October 2009) y Loretta Butler-Tuner (February to October 2010)
  • Committee members: Antigua & Barbuda, Bahamas, Colombia, Mexico and United States

Third regular session (Washington, DC, February 24-26, 2010)

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Second regular session (Washington, DC, October 5-6, 2009)

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First regular session (Washington, DC, March 30-31, 2009)

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Executive Committee 2007-2008

  • President: Jacqui Quinn-Leandro, Antigua & Barbuda
  • Vice-President: Martha Lucía Vazquéz Zawadsky, Colombia
  • Committee members: Brasil, Guatemala, Haití, Perú y Uruguay

Third regular session (Washington, DC, May 8-9, 2008)

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Second regular session (Washington, DC, November 6-7, 2007)

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First regular session (Washington, DC, April 19-20, 2007)

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Executive Committee 2005-2006

  • President: Nilcéa Freire, Brasil
  • Vice-President: María José Argaña de Mateu, Paraguay
  • Committee members: Argentina, Canada, Chile, Mexico, Suriname

Third regular session (Washington, DC, May 15-16, 2006)

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Second regular session (Washington, DC, December 8-9, 2005)

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Executive Committee 2003-2004

  • President: Yadira Henríquez, República Dominicana
  • Vice-President: Florence Ievers, Canadá
  • Committee members: Estados Unidos, Guatemala, Nicaragua, Paraguay, Venezuela

Fifth regular session (Washington, DC, July 22-23, 2004)

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Fourth regular session (Washington, DC, February 19-20, 2004)

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Second regular session (Washington, DC, July 17-18, 2003)

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Executive Committee 2001-2002

  • President: Indranie Chandarpal, Guyana
  • Vice-President: Nora Uribe Trujillo, Venezuela
  • Committee members: Canadá, El Salvador, Honduras, República Dominicana, Uruguay

Fifth regular session (Washington, DC, August 1-2, 2002)

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Fourth regular session (Washington, DC, February 21-22, 2002)

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Third regular session (Washington, DC, December 13, 2001)

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Second regular session (Washington, DC, July 19-20, 2001)

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