\ SUSPENDED | Virtual Panel: Lessons from the fight against corruption and impunity in Central America - Seattle International Foundation

Dear friends, We regret to inform you that as part of the preventive measures taken against the coronavirus to lower risk of exposure and spread, we have suspended this virtual panel. We thank you for your interest in this conversation on corruption and impunity in Central America.

 

The panel will address the results and lessons learned from international commissions in the fight against impunity and corruption in Central America; their successes or failures, the role of civil society, the most effective mechanisms for collaborations and the future of the fight against impunity in the region.

Panelists:
Emilia Navas, Attorney General, Costa Rica,
Carlos Meléndez Sequeira, Deputy Attorney General of Transparency and Anticorruption, Costa Rica,
Douglas Meléndez, Former Attorney General, El Salvador,
Ana María Calderón, Former Interim Spokesperson for MACCIH, Honduras,
Gabriela Castellanos, Executive Director, National Anticorruption Council (Consejo Nacional Anticorrupción-CNA), Honduras
Roberto Rubio, Executive Director, Funde, El Salvador
Álvaro Montenegro, Columnist and Member, Reform Alliance (Alianza por las Reformas) and JusticiaYa, Guatemala.

Moderators:
Mirte Postema, Project Manager, Seattle International Foundation
José Miguel Cruz, Director of Research, FIU Kimberly Green Latin American and Caribbean Center

Thursday, March 12, 2020

04:00pm-06:00pm (EDT)

The event will be virtual and will be conducted in Spanish.

Hosts: Seattle International Foundation and Florida International University