Public Policy and Afro-Descendants: State, Education and Associations towards consolidation

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With the participation of exhibitors Maureen Clark, Minister of the National Women's Institute of the Republic of Costa Rica, Cyril Omeir, Secretary General of the URACCAN University of Nicaragua, Mirna Vallejos de Crespo, Vice-Minister of Education, Melissa Wong Sagel, Director of OEI Panama (based at the City of Knowledge), Rosa Beltrán, Coordinator of the AECID, Doris Osterloff, Director of SEGIB, and Ricardo Week, Executive Secretary of the Panama Black Ethnicity, the conversation “Public Policy and Afro-Descendants: State, Education and Associations towards consolidation”was held at the Salon Paz of the Presidency of the Republic.

The event is part of the comprehensive education project for African descent populations, which is developed with the participation of the Organization of Ibero-American States for the Education, Science and Culture (OEI), the Ibero-American General Secretariat (SEGIB), the Spanish Agency for International Development Cooperation(AECID) and the Executive Secretary of the Black Ethnicity, to sensitize and guide all sectors of public policy for people of African descent.