The Secretary for Political Affairs said it is "an important expression of the political will to deepen the relationship between the two organizations."
Participants will seek common solutions to the challenges posed by the need to ensure accessibility and electoral participation in the region.
The team includes experts in organizational and electoral technology, campaign finance and equitable gender participation, among other areas.
Participants will discuss policy and practical mechanisms to raise awareness and address the prevalence of NCDs in the Americas.
They appreciated participating in the UN General Assembly that will address the drug issue in 2016 "with one voice."
Representative said that it is time for Member States to devote attention to this relevant subject to the region and the world.
Secretary General Insulza commended the progress of the work carried out by the Government of Panama for the preparation of the hemispheric Summit.
The Organization of American States is the premier regional forum for political discussion, policy analysis and decision-making in Western Hemisphere affairs. The OAS brings together leaders from nations across the Americas to address hemispheric issues and opportunities. Together, they seek to build cooperation among states and advance a common regional agenda on democratic governance, human rights, multidimensional security, and sustainable development.
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You will be able to receive updates, find out who they are and learn out about projects, programs, internships, and scholarships in each office.
The OAS Scholarship Program is directed at one of the cornerstones of the Organization – human development. Established in 1958, the Program awards each year scholarships for master’s, doctoral or postgraduate studies leading to a university degree. In all, more than 100,000 citizens of the Americas have benefited from the Program since its inception.