It’s time for President Biden to release a plan of action that will help solve the problems of the region and return the U.S. to the position of a respected and trusted partner throughout the Americas.
Brazil’s candidate to lead the Inter-American Development Bank (IDB), Ilan Goldfajn, won Sunday’s election in the first round of voting. What factors contributed to Goldfajn’s victory, and what attributes does he bring to the job? The Dialogue’s daily Latin America Advisor asked five experts for their views on the topic.
Tamara Taraciuk Broner se sumó al equipo del Diálogo Interamericano para dirigir el Programa Peter D. Bell sobre Estado de Derecho, desde donde buscará enhebrar soluciones para algunos de los problemas que recopiló durante casi dos décadas. Taraciuk Broner pasó los últimos 17 años de su vida documentando violaciones de derechos humanos en América latina. Con su trabajo, recorrió una región azotada por el narcotráfico, la violencia, la corrupción, la pobreza y la desigualdad, donde conviven democracias con viejas dictaduras y nuevos autoritarismos.
Hallazgos del Primer Foro de Gobernanza Climática Inclusiva: Opinión y participación pública en América Latina
Este informe es el resultado del Primer Foro de Gobernanza Climática Inclusiva organizaron para el Programa de Transición Energética y Clima del Diálogo Interamericano y la fundación Konrad Adenauer.
The Dialogue hosted a book talk with Marie Arana, author of “Silver, Sword, and Stone: Three Crucibles in the Latin American Story”. In this book, Arana weaves three modern stories with the history of the past millennium to explain three enduring themes that have defined Latin America since pre-Columbian times: the foreign greed for its mineral riches, an ingrained propensity to violence, and the abiding power of religion.
On Feb. 6, 2020, the Inter-American Dialogue hosted “OAS Secretary General Candidate Series: María Fernanda Espinosa”, a public event with María Fernanda Espinosa, candidate for OAS Secretary General.
Enrique García, economist and former president of the CAF – Development Bank of Latin America, has published a new book titled Development and Cooperation in Latin America: The Urgent Need for a Renewed Strategy. It is the seventh volume published in the José Bonifácio Chair collection at the University of São Paulo.
The Inter-American Dialogue considers the social exclusion of Latin Americans of African descent to be one of the most pressing policy and development issues of the hemisphere. The objective of the Dialogue’s program on race is twofold.
The Women’s Leadership Conference of the Americas (WLCA)—a joint initiative of the Inter-American Dialogue and the International Center for Research on Women (ICRW)—is pleased to present this report on women in political power in the hemisphere. The WLCA believes that the number of women in political leadership is a concrete indicator of a country’s progress (or lack thereof) toward fulfilling its commitment to women’s equity. The WLCA is releasing this report prior to the third Summit of the Americas––taking place in Quebec City, Canada, on April 20 to 22, 2001––as part of its continuing efforts to monitor progress on promises made to women.
This Declaration presents the vision and recommendations agreed upon during the virtual meetings between May and July 2020 of the Quality Forum in Early Childhood Education.
Early Childhood Policies in Latin America: A Report on the Progress of the Implementation of the Regional Agenda
This document summarizes the main results of the ten country progress reports developed around the four agreements of the Bogota Declaration.
China will keep winning friends from Chile to Mexico, regardless of a forthcoming shift in US policy toward the region.
On March 4, 2021, the Inter-American Dialogue hosted the online event “Connectivity in the Americas” to discuss the challenges to, and necessity of, improving connectivity in the region.
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.
On October 7, 2021, the Inter-American Dialogue held the event “Debating the Facebook Oversight Board and Self-Regulation Mechanisms” to discuss the new report from the Peter D. Bell Rule of Law Program, Content Moderation and Self-Regulation Mechanisms: The Facebook Oversight Board and its Implications for Latin America.