Activities report from The Access Initiative in the Latin American
Oct 5, 2011

By the Access Initiative Network in Latin America. October, 2011

This report aims to present the activities undertaken by The Access Initiative in Latin America (hereafter referred to as TAI LA), before and during the Latin American and Caribbean Regional Meeting Preparatory to the United Nations Conference on Sustainable Development (hereafter referred to as PREP COM), which took place from September 7 to 9, 2011, in Santiago de Chile. The report also provides an assessment of networking conducted by TAI LA and offers a political analysis of this meeting. To this end, the report is divided into eight parts: first, a list is presented of the representatives of the TAI LA organizations who attended the PREP COM from different countries (1); second, the report addresses the advocacy activities carried out by TAI LA at the PREP COM, including activities prior to and during the meeting (2); after that, it presents the communications strategy (3); subsequently, it presents the coordination engaged in with other civil society actors during the meeting (4); thereafter, there is an assessment of networking conducted as TAI LA in this meeting (5); then, it offers a political analysis of the PREP COM (6); it then presents the positive results obtained by TAI LA (7); and finally, it presents some of the lessons learned (8).

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