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April 2022

OAS launches virtual refresher course on Inter-American Juridical System for the Diplomatic Academy of Costa Rica

OEA inaugura curso virtual de actualización sobre el Sistema Jurídico Interamericano para la Academia Diplomática de Costa Rica

On April 22, 2022, began the virtual refresher course on the Inter-American Juridical System for the Diplomatic Academy “Manuel María de Peralta” of Costa Rica, which will last five weeks, ending on Friday, May 20th, 2022.

This initiative is part of the Inter-American Program for the Development of International Law adopted by the OAS General Assembly in 1996 and updated in 2011, these activities also fulfill an OAS mandate to promote training and knowledge exchange with the region’s foreign affairs ministries.

This OAS course will examine the structure and evolution of the OAS as well as developments in terms of the promotion of democracy and the codification and progressive development of international law in the Inter-American system. Likewise, the latest legal development will be featured.

Those on hand for the opening session included the Minister of Foreign Affairs of Costa Rica, Ambassador Rodolfo Solano Quirós, Ambassador Jorge Sáenz Carbonell, Director of the Manuel María de Peralta Diplomatic Academy, Dr. Jean-Michel Arrighi, Secretary for Legal Affairs of the OAS, and Dr. Dante Negro, Director of the Department of International Law of the OAS.

Please find below the link to the inauguration of the virtual refresher course on the Inter-American Juridical System, and its Session I "The Inter-American System: Origins and Evolution”, by Dr. Jean-Michel Arrighi:

Inauguration of the virtual refresher course

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