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A History of the Dialogue’s Work on Gender and Democracy

Joan Caivano, Sofia Lalinde, Sarah Galbenski ˙ ˙ Voces

Girl holding Mexican Flag Samantha Pantoja / Flickr / CC BY 2.0
The Dialogue’s pioneering work has made significant contributions to the advancement of women in leadership, the promotion of reproductive rights and health, and the reduction of violence against women. However, these issues remain extant in the region, emphasizing the need to continue conducting research and analysis in each of these key areas of concern to women and crucial to the health of the region’s democracies.Read more +

Scowcroft and Colombia

Michael Shifter ˙ ˙ Voces

Brent Scowcroft Cherie Cullen / Wikimedia / Public Domain
Brent Scowcroft was truly one of the giants of the US foreign policy establishment. We admire his wisdom, prowess as a strategist, and humility as a person. Like few others, he understood the importance of building and sustaining US alliances and respectful relations. At the Dialogue, we are inspired by Scowcroft’s rich legacy.Read more +

Hacia la Cuba que quisimos

Roberto Veiga González ˙ ˙ Cuba

Car on Havana, Cuba Public Domain
Desde hace décadas la sociedad cubana demanda un “nuevo pacto social” a través de una renovada Constitución de la República. Aunque se realizaron modificaciones positivas, estas no atendieron reclamos importantes. Cuba Posible y el Programa Cuba de la Universidad Jesús Arboleda presentan el libro "La Cuba que quisimos", la más completa expresión pública del nuevo pacto social. Read more +

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