Video Entrevista con Gonzalo Berrón sobre sobre integración regional en America Latina

We, more than 1,200 delegates representing various civil society organizations and movements of workers from rural and urban sectors as well as the migrant sector, illness peasants and farmers, women, children, youth, the elderly, persons with disabilities, urban poor, Indigenous Peoples, victims ofhuman rights violations, domestic workers, lesbian gay transgender/transsexual intersex and queer
(LGBTIQ) people, human rights defenders and other groups, gathered together in Phnom Penh for
the 2012 ASEAN Civil Society Conference / Peoples’ Forum (ACSC/APF) on 29-31 March 2012,
to discuss issues under the theme “Transforming ASEAN into a People Centered Community”.

We, more than 1,200 delegates representing various civil society organizations and movements of workers from rural and urban sectors as well as the migrant sector, peasants and farmers, women, children, youth, the elderly, persons with disabilities, urban poor, Indigenous Peoples, victims of human rights violations, domestic workers, lesbian gay transgender/transsexual intersex and queer (LGBTIQ) people, human rights defenders and other groups, gathered together in Phnom Penh for the 2012 ASEAN Civil Society Conference / Peoples’ Forum (ACSC/APF) on 29-31 March 2012, to discuss issues under the theme “Transforming ASEAN into a People Centered Community”.


Read the full statement here.

Haga click aqui para ver la entrevista realizada por el Centro de Investigaciones para el desarrollo (CID) con Gonzalo Berrón, buy investigador del FES, buy y al profesor Carlos Martínez, no rx investigador en economía de la UN, para hablar sobre integración regional en America Latina.