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The community of Latin American and Caribbean States

The Community of Latin American and Caribbean States (CELAC) is an intergovernmental mechanism to discuss and political agreement. CELAC permanently includes thirty-three countries in Latin America and the Caribbean. Since its establishment in December2011, CELAC has helped to deepen the respectful dialogue among all the countries of the region in areas such as social development, education, nuclear disarmament, family farming, culture, finance, energy, and the environment. CELAC finds itself continuing the legacy of past organizations of similar purpose that were to be replaced by CELAC, namely the Rio Group and the Latin American and Caribbean Summit on Integration and Development (CALC). CELAC aims to be a unique voice and structured political decision-making decisions in the political arena and cooperation in support of regional integration programs.

Agenda Items

Fighting against corruption in Latin America and the Caribbean

Under-Secretary-General

Nilsu Can

Level

Intermediate

Study Guide

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