AIG Meridional received acclaim at the “Premio Conciencia Seguros” a recognition program run by the media outlet, Sol Comunicaciones. The AIG legal team was awarded for their participation in a campaign called “The Constitution Goes to School” in which legal volunteers worked with high school students to teach them about the country’s legal framework and their rights as citizens.

“This recognition is yet another example of our company’s proactive and dedicated approach to strengthening the communities in which we operate," said Juan Luis Campos, General Manager for AIG Meridional Seguros and Southern Zone Leader. "It’s encouraging to the team at AIG Argentina at large.”

"It is very rewarding to receive this acknowledgment,” said Federico Bravo, Southern Zone General Counsel. “Since education is the foundation of society, we believe that engaging with students and teaching them how government works helps shape a positive future for our country.”

The team won the values category of the award program for their success in promoting good citizenship. "The Constitution goes to School" is organized by the Conciencia Association and the City of Buenos Aires Bar Association. So far, more than 2,500 students in nearly 30 public schools in Buenos Aires have benefited from this program.