The Present Landscape of Civil Society in the Hemisphere

28 de junio de 2010   | Vistas: 8 |  

Roger Pardo-Maurer talks about the situation that the Central American region is facing in relation to security issues. His vast years of experience have led him to believe that Central America has a lot to learn from its neighboring countries, like Colombia that has managed to handle its security-related problems. The main message Pardo-Maurer wants to send out is that of not settling and accepting the conditions that Central America is being faced with, but trying to unravel the complicated process of reinstituting a state that is present in the entire region. In order for this region to surpass the streak of violence that is currently daunting over it, it is key to identify objectives, allocate its resources sensibly and center on morale. He also discusses the importance of the private sector taking an active part in the reconstruction of the region. Pardo-Maurer focuses on the inalienable right of man to be secure.

Versión en español El panorama actual de la sociedad civil en el hemisferio


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