Venezuela: Humanitarian Crisis and Struggle for Democracy

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Given the urgency of Venezuela’s humanitarian crisis, panelists will address four main questions: What explains the country’s steep decline from one of Latin America’s richest countries to one undergoing economic and social collapse? What are the most realistic strategies to address the regional impact of the migration and humanitarian crisis? Is a return to democracy likely? Can this change be peaceful?

Join us for a policy discussion with global thought leaders.

This event is an initiative of the University of Notre Dame’s Kellogg Institute for International Studies at the Keough School of Global Affairs, Inter-American Dialogue, and the Washington Office on Latin America.

Featured Speakers: 

Michael Coppedge

Kellogg Institute Faculty Fellow, University of Notre Dame

Margarita López Maya

Center for Development Studies, Universidad Central de Venezuela

David Smilde

Tulane University and Washington Office on Latin America (WOLA)

Julia Yansura

Migration, Remittances and Development Program, Inter-American Dialogue

Verónica Zubillaga

Universidad Simon Bolivar in Caracas, Kellogg Institute Visiting Fellow