Please join the Stanford Law School Rule of Law Impact Lab and the Inter-American Dialogue in a timely virtual discussion on August 1, 2023 from 6:00-7:00 PM EST.
Democratic backsliding is presenting enormous challenges for the rule of law in Latin America and the Caribbean. In recent years, several democratically elected leaders, once in power, have turned their back on basic guarantees such as electoral integrity, freedom of expression, and judicial independence. The silver lining of such decline has been the work of independent courts which have acted as a check on the abuse of executive power.
President & CEO, Inter-American Dialogue (@RebeccaBillChav)
Magistrate, Constitutional Court of Ecuador (@dsalazaca)
Justice, Supreme Federal Court of Brazil (@LRobertoBarroso)
Director, Peter D. Bell Rule of Law Program, Inter-American Dialogue (@TamaraTaraciuk)