Congreso Latinoamericano y Caribeño de Arbitraje Comercial Internacional, La Habana, 24-26 June 2010
Integration as a closing keyword of the Seminar “Latin American proposals facing our current global challenges” Mexico City, 2012
The prestigious National Autonomous University of Mexico (UNAM), with more than 250,000 students, and a wonderful city built in 1950, -a UNESCO World Heritage Site-, through its Institute for Legal Research (IIJ) as part of its Mexican Yearbook of International Law Seminar (SAMDI), urged the legal community and many invited Latin American universities from Argentina, Brazil, Colombia, Cuba, Costa Rica, Ecuador, Peru and Venezuela to discuss issues of regional integration: environmental law, in particular, in the Amazon region and on offshore maritime activities, Indigenous and Afro-American minority rights, integration through arbitration and business law in the Caribbean and Latin America.
Statement by the Latin American and Caribbean Congress of International Commercial Arbitration - June 24-26, 2010, Havana
Those attending the Latin American and Caribbean Congress of International Commercial Arbitration,
Convinced that regional integration processes are a way to advance towards a universal process of globalization, well balanced and respectful of the interests of all States belonging to the international community.