Para poder avanzar con una transición democrática, es indispensable partir de un diagnóstico real y claro sobre qué está ocurriendo en Venezuela. Comparar cómo estaba el país en 2017 y la realidad hoy en día es un ejercicio útil que nos puede ayudar a entender que muchos de los problemas que azotaban al país entonces siguen siendo deudas pendientes que deben ser abordadas seriamente. La pregunta que debemos hacernos es cómo ante el escenario actual.
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.
Donna Shalala, Inter-American Dialogue member and former member of the US House of Representatives, has been named as the interim president of The New School in New York City.
A Latin America Advisor Q&A featuring experts’ views on the increased role of the military in Mexico under President Andrés Manuel López Obrador.
Tamara Taraciuk Broner, director of the Peter D. Bell Rule of Law Program at the Inter-American Dialogue, spoke with Channel 4 in the United Kingdom on President Nayib Bukele’s state of emergency and its impact on rights.
Stanford Law School and the Inter-American Dialogue organized a virtual discussion with current and former magistrates from Brazil, Ecuador, and El Salvador on the role of the judiciary in electoral contexts in Latin America.
Lamentablemente, las remesas familiares están oxigenando económicamente a un régimen que mata, encarcela, amedrenta y expulsa a sus ciudadanos.
Orozco: “In the case of Nicaragua, in particular, the main determinant that drives people out is political”
In an interview with Esta Semana and Confidencial, Manuel Orozco, director of the Migration, Remittances, and Development program at the Inter-American Dialogue, spoke with Carlos F. Chamorro about the future of the remittance trends, migration from Nicaragua, the Nicaraguan economy, and the future of the Ortega regime.
Dr. Rebecca Bill Chavez, president and CEO of the Inter-American Dialogue and Antonia Urrejola, former foreign minister of Chile came together for an exchange titled, “Bolstering Democratic Governance Through Foreign Policy.”
“Women’s Economic Empowerment – Fostering an Equitable and Inclusive Digital Economy,” focused on women’s inclusion in the digital transformation, discussing methods to bridge the digital divide between men and women by investing in digital upskilling, online financial management services and social services, and entrepreneurship programs.
Andrew Selee, president of the Migration Policy Institute, Kelly Gallego Massaro, president of ABRACAM-Associação Brasileira de Câmbio, and Sergio Sagastume, CEO of Amigo Paisano joined Manuel Orozco, director of the Migration and Remittances Program at the Inter-American Dialogue for this important panel.
A Latin America Advisor Q&A featuring experts’ views on Ecuador’s presidential and legislative elections slated for August 20.
President Laura Chinchilla, co-chair of the Inter-American Dialogue and former president of Costa Rica and Frank Mora, US ambassador to the Organization of American States, came together for a conversation on the future of the inter-American system, especially important in the face of the multiple challenges in Latin America and the Caribbean, including migration, insecurity, and democratic decline.
Ambassador Thomas Shannon, the co-chair of the Inter-American Dialogue, offered five rules for diplomacy in the 21st century.
Experts discussed the call for reforming multilateral development banks (MDBs) to adjust their incentives and operating models to address the climate crisis and how green finance and other innovative methods can help drive the energy transition in Latin America and the Caribbean.