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Thursday, July 13, 2006 

Afro Descendants in the Hemisphere: Issues and Proposals for Action

Read the results of the online deliberative forum for members of civil society working on or concerned about Afro-descendant issues in the Western Hemisphere.

This virtual forum was hosted by Partners of the Americas’ Center for Civil Society and several collaborators from September 19 through October 21, 2005. Almost 200 civil society participants from 28 countries participated in the forum in which an experienced moderator facilitated deliberation on the many issues facing Afro descendants in the Americas.

Civil society participants identified shared concerns and considered the benefits and tradeoffs of different options for the development of strategies to address their concerns. The results were shared with governments for consideration as part of inter-American policy processes.

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Spanish Publication

Portuguese Publication

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