The Summits of the Americas bring together the Heads of State and Government of the states of the hemisphere to discuss shared political issues, affirm common values, and commit to concerted actions at the national and regional levels to address present and future challenges facing the countries of the Americas.

Summits Process

Summit Implementation Review Group (SIRG)

The main management body of the Summits Process, consists of the countries of the Americas represented by their appointed National Coordinators.

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Joint Summit Working Group (JSWG)

The Summits Secretariat coordinates the participation of 13 regional and international institutions in the Summits Process.

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Follow-up and Implementation

Monitoring and reporting on the implementation of Summits mandates

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Civil Society and Social Actors

Civil society organizations and social actors such as indigenous peoples, youth, private sector, labor unions and many others play an essential role in the Summits Process.

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Reports, compilations, position papers, among others.

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Previous Summits

The Summits of the Americas have resulted in mandates and initiatives for action

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About us

The Summits of the Americas Secretariat is the technical secretariat and institutional memory of the Summits Process.

Frequently Asked Questions

What are the Summits? What is the Summits Process? Who participates? When and where is the next Summit? Visit our Frequently Asked Questions page and get answers to this and more questions.