Friday, December 19th, 2014 at 3:00 PM (EST)
H.E. Jorge Alberto Milla Reyes
Ambassador of Honduras to the United States of America
About H.E. Jorge Alberto Milla Reyes
Ambassador Milla Reyes started his career in 1979 working for a law firm in Tegucigalpa, Honduras. After 1982, he joined the Foreign Ministry and was sent as officer in charge of consular affairs on several overseas postings in Spain, El Salvador, Mexico and then Nicaragua. From 2002 to 2009 he served as Ambassador to several countries including Ecuador, Bolivia and Nicaragua. In 2010, he was finally sent to Washington, to serve as minister of human rights at the Honduran embassy and the Honduran representative to the Organization of American States, before being appointed deputy chief of mission and finally ambassador in his country’s Washington Embassy.
Ambassador Milla Reyes has a degree in law and social sciences, a diploma in international studies and a Doctor of Laws. He has written a book entitled “Costa Rica y Nicaragua: Historias de un Arreglo de Fronteras” (History of the Borders). Since taking over his country’s mission, much of his time has been spent protecting the interests of the immigrants, both children and adults, who have come to the United States from Honduras.
About this Roundtable
Topic: At the end of December, the next edition of the GFDD Global Roundtables will host H.E. Jorge Alberto Milla Reyes, Ambassador of Honduras to the United States of America. The session will focus on the issue of child migration at the border of the United States, looking particularly at the economic and security situations in Honduras to understand what possible solutions are available to remedy this growing issue. Ambassador Reyes will also provide his insight on the the recent US decision to extend Temporary Protected Status for Honduran immigrants in the United States.
Location: GFDD, 1629 K St. NW Suite 1100 Washington, DC 20006
Time: 3:00 PM (EST)
Date: Friday, December 19th, 2014
Your Participation is welcome! Session is closed.