Union of South American Nations (USAN) is an intergovernmental regional organization which consists of all twelve countries in South American region: Argentina, Bolivia, Brazil, Colombia, Chile, Ecuador, Guyana, Paraguay, Peru, Suriname, Uruguay and Venezuela. The union was established in 2008 in an effort to enhance cooperation and to strengthen political dialogue between 12 member states in order to reinforce the participation of South American nations in the international arena and ensure sustainable development in the region. The union aims to eliminate socioeconomic inequality, achieve social inclusion, increase citizen participation, strengthen democracy, strengthen the fight against terrorism, corruption, the global drug problem, organized crimes and other similar threats by developing effective coordination between member states.
Agenda Item 1:Strengthening the Fight against the Global Drug Problem
Agenda Item 2:Tackling Corruption in South America
PANAMA AND MEXICO WILL BE CONSIDERED AS VOTING MEMBERS IN CALMUN 2019.