More than 100 participants from 35 countries are attending a workshop seeking the exchange of experiences with experts in the prevention of cybercrime.
Ambassador Ramdin said that “the debate is no longer about the practicality of sustainable development, rather how quickly it can be achieved.”
The initiative serves as an input for the creation of new objectives that ministers will approve in Honduras next year.
The documents, specific to Central America and the Dominican Republic, seek to bring governments closer to their citizens.
The event gathered prosecutors, judges, prison directors, vice ministers, technicians and policy makers from 22 countries in the region.
Economic, social and governance experts discussed the challenges of cooperation, which will be a central theme in Panama 2015.
MESICIC experts met with representatives of various state agencies, civil society, private sector and professional associations.
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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The OAS works to strengthen mechanisms to give voice to civil society in the search for sustainable development in the countries of the Hemisphere. Through the Department for Sustainable Development, the Organization facilitates the participation of individuals, the private sector, workers, political parties, academics, NGOs and others in decision making on the issue, identifying opportunities and conducting workshops to spread knowledge.