The United Nations University Office at the UN Headquarters New York (UNU-ONY) is organizing a discussion entitled “Social Agenda in Latin America” with Former President of the Republic of Peru Dr. Alejandro Toledo.
Dr. Toledo will talk about the evolving social, economic, and political landscape in Latin America. The focus of his discussion will be the development of a new “Latin America Consensus”. The basis of this consensus is a new social agenda developed by 20 former Latin American Presidents at the Global Center for Development and Democracy that focuses squarely on poverty alleviation, access to education and nutrition, health care, low cost energy, strengthening democratic institutions, and bridging the digital divide. Dr. Toledo will also discuss the state of political relations within Latin America and with other regions.
Conference Room C, Temporary North Lawn Building, UN Headquarters, New York