Extended family environment promotes essential values say diverse women leaders
Civil society activity in Uruguay has more than doubled in the last decade, with women at the fore of fostering an ethic of service and volunteerism. Reports show that 70 percent of volunteers in Uruguay are women.
For the 30th anniversary of the Esquipulas Accords, several members of the Latin American Presidential Mission gathered together in Washington this week.
Five former Latin American presidents attended the 2015 Global Peace Leadership Conference (GPLC), hosted by Global Peace Foundation Brazil (GPF Brazil), within the walls of Darcy Ribeiro Memorial at the University of Brasilia (UnB) on November 12th.
Five former Latin American heads of state assessed the quality and development of democracy in Latin America and led discussions on civic education and youth engagement at a Global Peace Leadership Conference in Brasília, Brazil on November 12-13, 2015.
Former presidents of Bolivia, Guatemala, Panama and Uruguay and other speakers advocated the expansion of dialogue with young people in response to the crisis on values in the educational system in Latin American countries at a forum on November 12, 2015 in Brasilia, Brazil.
Global Peace Women (GPW) Uruguay celebrated the launching of its new book, From the Hearts of Women, on July 28, 2015 at the Palladium Hotel in Montevideo, Uruguay.
Delivered on July 28, 2015
Over tea and pastries, women and men in Montevideo spent a fulfilling afternoon delving into topics relating to women leadership and social transformation.