Status
Active
Start
2008

Twitter: @clarciev

CLARCIEV promotes the right to identity in the region and supports regional actions to achieve universal birth registration by 2030. 

The OAS has provided technical support to CLARCIEV since 2008 and has been the Executive Secretariat of CLARCIEV since 2012.

As Executive Secretariat, the OAS:

  • Supports the presidency and the host country in the organization of meetings for the General Assembly and the Executive Committee;
  • Administers the funds of the council;
  • Supports the development and implementation of projects that encourage regional cooperation among member countries;
  • Designs and executes projects arising from the annual meetings in specific countries or of a sub-regional nature;
  • Supports the work of the working groups constituted after each annual meeting and monitors compliance with dates and delivery of products. 
Objectives
  • Exchange of experiences and knowledge through the annual CLARCIEV meetings. and virtual training activities 
  • Publication and dissemination of knowledge on issues related to registration and identification. 
  • Technical exchanges between registration and identification institutions to learn about projects, initiatives and successful strategies for registration and identification of persons in the region. 
Activities
  • Organization of the CLARCIEV Meetings, including the XX CLARCIEV Meeting in Peru in 2023 
  • Implementation of a cycle of online seminars for officials on civil registration, identification, digital service platforms, attention to vulnerable people and other civil identity topics 
  • Drafting and publication of regional studies on issues related to civil identity 
More Results
Results
Participation of 20 countries in the XIX CLARCIEV Meeting in June 2022
Exchange of experiences on registration of indigenous communities between the Registries of Civil Status of Paraguay and of Colombia
Publication: Emergency response by civil registry and identification offices during the COVID-19 pandemic
Five regional commitments presented to UNHCR as part of the global campaign for the prevention and elimination of statelessness
Beneficiary Countries
Antigua and Barbuda
Antigua and Barbuda
Argentina
Argentina
Barbados
Barbados
Belize
Belize
Bolivia
Bolivia
Brazil
Brazil
Chile
Chile
Colombia
Colombia
Costa Rica
Costa Rica
Dominica
Dominica
Dominican Republic
Dominican Republic
Ecuador
Ecuador
El Salvador
El Salvador
Grenada
Grenada
Guatemala
Guatemala
Guyana
Guyana
Haiti
Haiti
Honduras
Honduras
Jamaica
Jamaica
Mexico
Mexico
Nicaragua
Nicaragua
Panama
Panama
Paraguay
Paraguay
Peru
Peru
Saint Kitts and Nevis
Saint Kitts and Nevis
Saint Lucia
Saint Lucia
Saint Vincent and the Grenadines
Saint Vincent and the Grenadines
Suriname
Suriname
The Bahamas
The Bahamas
Trinidad and Tobago
Trinidad and Tobago
Uruguay
Uruguay
Venezuela
Venezuela
Team
María Fernanda Trigo
Rebeca Omaña
Strategic Partners