Organización Continental Latinoamericana y Caribeña de Estudiantes (OCLAE)
Continental Organization of Latin American and Caribbean Students
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1966-08-11 Havana Cuba
11 Aug 1966, Havana (Cuba), following a series of initiatives commencing with 1st Congress of American Students, Feb 1908, Montevideo (Uruguay), and continuing with initiatives from first regional congress, 1955, Montevideo. Original title: Latin American Continental Students Organization -- Organisation continentale latinoaméricaine des étudiants -- Organización Continental Latinoamericana de Estudiantes -- Kontinentalnaja Organizacija Latinoamerikanskih Studentov.
Represent and defend the interests of students and youth in the region.
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Latin American and Caribbean Congress of Students (CLAE); General Secretariat; Executive Secretariat; Regional Coordinators (5); Secondary Students Coordinator.
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