Summits of the Americas

Multimedia productions of the Summits of the Americas Secretariat

What is the Summit Implementation Review Group (SIRG)?

The Summit Implementation Review Group (SIRG), is the core management body of the Summits Process and is comprised of government officials of the countries of the hemisphere, which are represented in the SIRG by their appointed National Coordinators. Learn more at:

What is the Joint Summit Working Group (JSWG)?

The JSWG coordinates the support provided by the thirteen Inter-American and international institutions to the Summit Process. Learn more at:

What did the Summits of the Americas Secretariat do in 2020?

A few days after the beginning of 2021, we stop to reflect on the achievements and challenges of the Summits Secretariat in 2020.

What are de National Anti-Corruption Hubs?

As part of its efforts to foster and strengthen civil society and social actor participation in the Summits Process, the Summits Secretariat is promoting the establishment of National Hubs as a mechanism that seeks to highlight the work that civil society and social actors have been undertaking in the different topics of the Summits Process.
The National Anti-Corruption Hubs are an example of this effort. Learn more at:

Do you know what the National Dialogues are?

The National Dialogues between national governments and the civil society and social actors of each country provide an opportunity to hold meaningful, nationally relevant exchanges on priorities for the Ninth Summit of the Americas to be held in the United States in 2021. Learn more at:​