The Organization of American States' Salvador Declaration was adopted on September 26, 2003. It addresses "issues related to globalization which affect employment and labor in the Americas".
Jobs growth was slow in May, renewing pessimism about the U.S. economy.
As part of the Council's Latin American Studies Program, the panels discuss globalization and trade in Latin America and Asia.
With fears over globalization growing, Congress may overhaul legislation aimed at protecting U.S.workers adversely affected by trade.
Globalization has brought huge overall benefits, but earnings for most U.S. workers -- even those with college degrees -- have been falling...