En entrevista con Infobae en Buenos Aires, Tamara Taraciuk Broner, directora del Programa Peter D. Bell sobre Estado de Derecho, conversó sobre el papel de la sociedad civil, la evolución de los derechos humanos en la región, la inseguridad en países como Ecuador y El Salvador y la agenda de trabajo del Programa sobre Estado de Derecho del Diálogo Interamericano, entre otros temas.
Doble vara y DD.HH. De Argentina a Bukele, Maduro, Cuba. ¿Cuándo es legítima la violencia de Estado?
En entrevista para el programa La Repregunta en La Nación, Tamara Taraciuk Broner, directora del Programa Peter D. Bell sobre Estado de Derecho, conversó, entre otros asuntos, sobre la doble vara que algunos gobiernos aplican en política exterior en materia de derechos humanos, las elecciones en Guatemala, el rol de Papa Francisco ante dictaduras, las sanciones económicas de EEUU a Venezuela, el desafío de brindar seguridad democráticamente, cómo responder ante protestas violentas, y el rol del movimiento de derechos humanos.
Sharing a selection of issues that the Latin America Advisor’s team felt covered especially important developments this year in Western Hemisphere affairs.
Despite much talk of enhanced Indian engagement with the region over the past decade, India-Latin America ties remain relatively limited.
Insights from Nicolás Albertoni on Uruguay’s completion of a joint feasibility study for a future free trade agreement with China.
On June 28, 2022, the Inter-American Dialogue hosted a webinar entitled “Low-Carbon Hydrogen in LAC – Prospects and Pathways”. This online event sought to explore public and private sector plans to develop the hydrogen industry in the region, specifically focusing on barriers to the production, use, and commercialization of low-carbon hydrogen as well as international and cross-sectoral cooperation strategies to accelerate the implementation of this technology.
This report, elaborated by Latin America Coalition for Teaching Excellence, studies the teacher support policies implemented by the governments of nine countries: Argentina, Chile, Colombia, Costa Rica, Dominican Republic, Mexico, Panama, Peru, and Uruguay.
Committee for the Expansion of Connectivity of the Working Group on Technology and Innovation, convened by the Inter-American Dialogue, the Inter-American Development Bank, and the World Bank, presents their first report on the strategic challenges for the educational connectivity agenda in the region.
A Latin America Advisor Q&A featuring experts’ viewpoints on Mercosur’s influence and survival in Latin America.
Professional Competency Frameworks for Early Childhood Teachers: An Exploratory Study of Five Latin American Countries
This study, prepared by Marcela Pardo and Felipe Godoy with the support of the Inter-American Dialogue and the LEGO Foundation, provides the results of an exploratory study of Latin American countries that have made significant advances in the development of competency frameworks for early childhood teachers.
Relations between the four members of South America’s Mercosur trade bloc—Argentina, Brazil, Paraguay and Uruguay—are at their worst since the group’s establishment three decades ago. If the bloc is not up to the task of adapting to the 21st century, it may be time to set its members free to pursue their own trade and development goals.
In this report, the members of the Education Technology and Innovation Working Group call to continue investing in the innovative efforts that have been observed during this difficult period and to turn them into transformative, long-term strategies.
This study developed by Javier Quesada and Claudia Castro outlines a competency framework for care and education personnel as a common starting point that countries in the region can incorporate into their training and certification plans.
The Working Group on Technology and Innovation in Education presents and analyzes the effective implementation and use of Education Management Information Systems (EMIS) in Latin America and the Caribbean.
A Latin America Advisor Q&A featuring experts’ opinion on the future of the trade deal between the European Union and the Mercosur bloc.