Wednesday, December 12th, 2018. 3:00pm.

Ambassador Ana Rosa Valdivieso

Permanent Representative of Peru to the Organization of American States

About Ambassador Ana Rosa Valdivieso

Ana Rosa Valdivieso has a degree in Anthropology from the State University of New York; a Bachelor’s in International Relations from the Diplomatic Academy of Peru; postgraduate degree in Sociology and Anthropology from American University, Cairo; degrees in Development Studies from the London School of Economics and Political Science and a Master’s in International Politics from the Free University of Brussels.

Valdivieso has worked in the Peruvian embassy in India; in the Peruvian Mission to UNESCO; in the Peruvian Embassy in Italy; at the Peruvian Representative to the European Union and was Head of Chancellery and Business Lead at the Peruvian Embassy in Spain.

Ambassador Valdivieso was a member of the Electoral Mission of the United Nations in South Africa during the first free elections in 1994. She held the position of President in the Council of Ministers from 2003 to 2006, when she led the creation of the G8 Plan Against Corruption. Valdivieso was a member of the Peruvian delegation on business to the International Criminal Court. In addition to Spanish, she speaks English, French, Italian, German and Portuguese.

About this Roundtable

TopicPeru’s role in the OAS. The Ambassador stressed that “Peru is a country committed to democracy and to human rights.” “Both of these issues are fundamental to the job that I carry out at the OAS,” she said. The Ambassador went on to explain the significant role that Peru has played in encouraging peace in Venezuela and, more recently, in Nicaragua. Peru has worked diligently on security issues and counternarcotic work as well, said Valdivieso.

Next, the two chatted about the recent 8th Summit of the Americas, which was held in Lima, Peru. Ambassador Valdivieso highlighted the focus of the Summit, which was “Democratic Governance Against Corruption.”

LocationGFDD, 1629 K St. NW Suite 1100 Washington, DC 20006
Time: 3:00 PM (EST)
DateWednesday, December 12th, 2018

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