Press Releases

Inter-American Dialogue Announces Newly Appointed Fellows

Washington, DC – The Inter-American Dialogue is pleased to announce the appointment of Álvaro Botero, Ángel Melguizo, and Michael Matera as senior fellows who will contribute expertise in three programmatic areas: Education; Asia and Latin America; and the Rule of Law.

Mayors of the Americas Share Challenges and Solutions on Migration and Climate Change

With the purpose of sharing and consolidating actions that will help us continue to build more inclusive, sustainable, productive, intelligent and safe cities in the Americas, CAF, Development Bank of Latin America, the Dialogue, and the City of Los Angeles organized the first Summit of Mayors, within the framework of the IX Summit of the Americas.

Inter-American Dialogue’s Health Task Force Launches Report

Today the co-chairs of the Dialogue’s Inter-American Health Task Force will present the white paper ‘Deepening Cooperation and Coordination on Health Policy in the Americas: A New Approach to Health Emergencies’ in an online event. The report is a product of the work of task force members that took place through virtual exchanges and meetings during the second quarter of 2021.

New Task Force: Regional Response Key to Addressing Migration in North & Central America

The World Refugee & Migration Council in partnership with the Center for US-Mexican Studies, El Colegio de México, the Migration Policy Institute, and the Inter-American Dialogue launch today the North and Central American Task Force on Migration, bringing together civil society, business leaders, academics and former policymakers to push for collective, regional responses to migrants and asylum seekers.

Inter-American Dialogue Launches Health Task Force

The Dialogue is pleased to announce the launch of its Inter-American Health Task Force, which will convene for its first virtual meeting on March 2. The purpose of this task force is to examine the Covid-19 response in the region and identify areas to improve inter-American cooperation and coordination in future health emergencies.

Venezuelan Oil Sector Faces Long Road to Recovery

After years of mismanagement and, more recently, crippling sanctions, Venezuela’s core economic engine–the oil sector–is in collapse. The condition of the country’s economy creates numerous challenges to recovering Venezuela’s oil sector, and it will take months or even years for substantial amounts of investment to flow in, concludes a new Inter-American Dialogue report by Lisa Viscidi and Nate Graham.