Luis Leonardo Almagro Lemes

Luis Almagro Lemes was elected Secretary General of the OAS on March 18, 2015, with the unanimous support of 33 of the 34 Member States, with one abstention. In assuming the leadership of the OAS, he announced that one of the main axes of his administration will be "more rights for more people" and that he will work to bring the Organization closer to the new reality of the hemisphere and thus contribute to guaranteeing more democracy, More prosperity for all.


Luis Alberto Lacalle

President of the Republic (1990-1994)

He was born on July 13, 1941 in Montevideo.

His grandfather, Luis Alberto de Herrera (1873-1959) was one of the most important men in Uruguayan politics.

Degree in Law from the Faculty of Law and Social Sciences of Montevideo. He began his political career at age 17 in the ranks of the National or White Party, which was the main force of the opposition.


Gerardo Amarilla

PhD in Law and Social Sciences, Master in Environmental Law, Diploma in International Legal Studies; He worked as a teacher in Constitutional Law and Environmental Legal Framework of the Faculty of Sciences (University Center of Rivera-UDELAR).

Member of the Christian Juridical Institute of Uruguay, he chairs the Directing Council of the Inter-American Federation of Christian Jurists and is a member of Advocates International.


Uruguayan students participate in community seminarsGlobal Embassy of Activists for Peace

Uruguayan students participate in community seminars

representative of the Environmental Management Authority of the Departmental Government of Artigas, participated in community seminars revolving around World Water Day.


Promotional campaigns increases the gaining of potential blood donorsGlobal Embassy of Activists for Peace
Uruguayans celebrated National Voluntary Blood Donor DayGlobal Embassy of Activists for Peace
Uruguay celebrated the will and altruism of blood donorsGlobal Embassy of Activists for Peace

Uruguay celebrated the will and altruism of blood donors

Within the framework of the celebration of World Blood Day, the Global Embassy of Activists for Peace (GEAP), in Uruguay, along with the Gremial Medica de Artigas blood bank (Gremada) and the Luis Eduardo Juan Departmental Hospital, promoted the need to share life through blood donation.