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Publications by the OAS and Members of the Joint Summit Working Group. Please click on the year above to see all publications related to that particular year.

The Joint Summit Working Group: Collaborating to Implement the Inter-American and Summit Agendas This report highlights key JSWG initiatives with linkages to the Fifth Summit that demonstrate examples of ways in which the partner institutions are working together on multi-institutional, regional programs to assist OAS Member States in implementing hemispheric commitments.

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IICA: Promoting competitive and sustainable agriculture in the Americas The 2010 Annual Report, is in the form of a structured text on all the work performed at the national, regional and hemispheric levels in fulfillment of the mandates issued by the Inter-American Institute for Cooperation on Agriculture (IICA).

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Statistical yearbook for Latin America and the Caribbean Read more...

 

Latin America and the Caribbean in the World Economy 2009 - 2010. A crisis generated in the centre and a recovery driven by the emerging economies Read more...

 

The World Bank: The MDGs after the CrisisThe global economic crisis has slowed the pace of poverty reduction in developing countries, and is hampering progress toward the other Millennium Development Goals (MDGs), says a new report from the World Bank Group and the International Monetary Fund. The crisis is having an impact in several key areas of the MDGs, including those related to hunger, child and maternal health, gender equality, access to clean water, and disease control and will continue to affect development prospects well beyond 2015, says the Global Monitoring Report 2010: The MDGs after the Crisis.

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World Migration Report 2010 The World Migration Report 2010 provides a tool for self-evaluation in terms of future scenarios, and demonstrates the need for a far more comprehensive approach to capacity-building for migration than has typically been adopted. The aim is not to prescribe ‘one-size-fits-all’ policies and practices, but to suggest objectives of migration management policies in each area, to stimulate thinking and provide examples of what States and other actors can do.

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