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 2016-2016

  • 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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