|Project Category||Short Term Training Course / Internships|
|Project Purpose & Description||
Participants will acquire knowledge of the principles of Mexico’s foreign policy, its historical evolution and its link to national affairs."
Since 1995, the Ministry of Foreign Affairs of Mexico, through its Diplomatic Academy, the Matias Romero Institute,o rganizes a course on Mexican Foreign Policy for Latin American and Caribbean diplomats. The course consists of conferences given by renowned academics and senior officials from the Ministry of Foreign Affairs and other areas of the government. Participants also have the opportunity to visit a Mexican state.
|Activity Description & Outcome||
The goals of the course are:"
• To explain the principles of Mexico’s foreign policy, its historical evolution and its link to national affairs."
• To provide a comprehensive view of Mexico’s contemporary foreign policy and of its challenges and opportunities, "
both bilateral and multilateral, in the political and economic spheres. "
• To familiarize the participants with various Mexican governmental agencies and other national actors by visiting their "
offices and meeting their directors."
• To provide insight into the academic world through meetings with professors and visits to universities and academic"
• To provide an introduction to Mexico’s artistic and cultural creativity."
|Participants||Member Countries||East Asia Member Countries|
|Project Contact Point||Name||Rosario Molinero|
|Position||Outreach, Publications and International Links Coo|
|Department||Matias Romero Institute of the Ministry of Foreign|
|Telephone||(52) (55) 3686-5167 / (52) (55) 5709-6314|