News Latin America on the Move

a-conversation-with-latin-american-union-and-university-leadersFebruary 3rd, 2017 · The New School, New York   On Friday, February 3, 2017, Nicolás Trotta, Rector of the Universidad Metropolitana para la Educación y el trabajo (UMET) of Buenos Aires, Argentina, and Victor Santa Maria, Secretary General of the union Sindicato Único de Trabajadores de Edificios de Renta y Horizontal (SUTERH), Argentina, gave a ta...
09 September 2016
two-books-on-bolivias-presidency-of-the-g77September 9th, 2016 The OLA is pleased to share these publications by the Plurinational State of Bolivia, coordinated by Sacha Llorenti, Ambassador of Bolivia to the United Nations. The contents correspond to the speeches of President Evo Morales, and to the reports submitted by members of the Mission of the Plurinational State of Bolivia to the ...
plebeian-power-a-book-presentation-from-the-bolivian-vice-president-alvaro-garcia-lineraMarch 28th, 2016 · The New School, New York On March 28th 2016 Bolivian Vice President Alvaro Garcia Linera gave a lecture at The New School's Theresa Lang Student Center about his book "Plebeian Power: Collective Action and Indigenous, Working Class, and Popular Identities in Bolivia" (published in English by Haymarket Books, 20xx, and in Spanish ...
mexico-dialogues-at-the-new-schoolNovember 19th, 2015 · The New School, New York On November 19th ten Mexican public officials, scholars, and activists convened at The New School to discuss central issues in Mexico's national and international agenda. After the welcoming remarks from Milano's Dean Michelle DePass, CAF's Director of Institutional Development Christian Asinelli, and ...
cities-a-social-justice-human-rights-a-public-policy-in-the-americasOctober 7th, 2015 · The New School, New York Scholars and activists on the right to the city from Latin America and New York met last October 7th, invited by the Center for Legal and Social Studies and the Observatory on Latin America, to discuss the role of cities as the final locus for the attainment of human rights and social justice.Edesio ...
22 September 2015
changing-conditions-in-the-global-economy-a-latin-american-perspectiveSeptember 9th, 2015 · The New School, New York The current Minister of Economy and Public Finance of Argentina, Axel Kicillof, was invited by The New School to give a talk about Argentina´s macroeconomic policies and the Great Recession. David Van Zandt, The New School president, provided welcoming remarks and highlighted the ongoing work between T...
alvaro-ramirez-alujas-gave-a-conference-on-open-government-and-innovation-of-public-managementJune 12th, 2015 · SIGEN, Buenos Aires On Friday June 12th, the Training Day "Open Government and Innovation of Public Management: the experience in Latin America" conference was held at the Auditorium of the Comptroller General's Office of Argentina (Av Corrientes 381 - CABA.).It consisted of a lecture by renowned Chilean Doctor in Government and ...
social-inclusion-in-latin-america-public-policies-and-urban-intervention-best-practices-eventJune 10th 2015 · The New School, New York On Wednesday June 10th, The New School hosted an event featuring the Mayors of Panama City, Guayaquil, Medellin, and Fortaleza for a debate on best practices in urban policy-making that improve social inclusion. The event was organized by the Latin American Development Bank CAF, in alliance with the ...
michael-cohen-presented-his-book-on-argentinaMay 18th, 2015 Introduced by Gonzalo Alvarez (Director, EUDEBA), and with comments by Aldo Ferrer and Martin Granovsky, Michael Cohen presented the Spanish version of his book on Argentina's economy.   This program is supported by the JULIEN J. STUDLEY FOUNDATION    Read more about the Latin America on the Move Pro...
colombia-dialogues-at-the-new-schoolFebruary 19th, 2015 · The New School, New York Mary Watson, Executive Dean of The New School for Public Engagement, celebrated in her opening remarks that this event broadens an institutional cooperation between CAF and OLA that has started around the PNK Fellowship and moves forward with this series of biannual country seminars in New York. Christian ...
argentine-minister-of-culture-teresa-parodi-talks-with-studentsNovember 12, 2014 · The New School, New York On November 12th, Argentine Minister of Culture Teresa Parodi visited The New School and held a close dialogue with students and faculty, discussing the task she is carrying out in her new position.Parodi, a folk singer with a long career and artistic trajectory, was appointed to head the Ministry of ...
23 September 2014
conversation-with-young-leaders-of-argentine-political-and-social-movementsSeptember 23, 2014 · The New School, New York The Observatory on Latin America organized a meeting of young leaders of Argentine political and social movements with faculty and graduate students of The New School. The delegation was accompanied by Cecilia Nahón, the Ambassador of Argentina to the United States, and included representatives of d...
16 September 2014
thinking-inside-out-how-cities-can-contribute-to-solving-global-problemsSeptember 16, 2014 · The New School, New York As a contribution to building and deepening the conversations leading towards United Nations Conference on Housing and Sustainable Urban Development (Habitat III) to take place in 2016, this event gathered leading academics and practitioners from a wide spectrum of areas of expertise and regions of the ...
thirty-years-of-democracy-in-latin-americaMay 12-16, 2014 · New York The Observatory on Latin America (OLA) and the Latin American Council of Social Sciences (CLACSO) held a week of conference and seminars aimed to evaluate, acknowledge and celebrate the achievements of the past thirty years of democracy in Latin America. These events were based on a CLACSO Research Fellowship Competition ...
three-winners-of-the-new-school-graduate-conference-on-latin-america-where-selectedApril 25th, 2014 · The New School, New York OLA is pelased to announce the winners of The New School Graduate Student Conference on Latin America. Submissions were evaluated based upon originality, theoretical grounding, and merit.Congratulations to the following award winners:Mirtha Susana Aguirre, Parsons, Fashion StudiesPeru in Vogue: ...
results-of-the-clacso-ola-scholarship-competition-2013-2014November 22nd, 2013 · Buenos Aires, Argentina   The Latin American Council of Social Sciences (CLACSO) and the New School's Observatory on Latin America (OLA/TNS) are proud to announce the results of the CLACSO-OLA 2013-2014 scholarship competition: "Thirty years of democracy in Latin America: change processes, achievements and challenges" addressed t...
creating-jobs-in-the-global-economic-crisis-public-lecture-by-carlos-tomadaApril 1st, 2013 · The New School · New York   Before an audience of 100 people, the Minister of Employment, Labor, and Social Security of Argentina, Carlos Tomada, offered a broad look at the labor policy of his Government, which is one the world's most ambitious redistributive policies. José Antonio Ocampo, Professor at Columbia University, was invi...
sustaining-activism-a-brazilian-womens-movement-public-lecture-by-authorsMarch 18th, 2013 · The New School · New York  Observatory on Latin America (OLA), The New School presented  Sustaining Activism: A Brazilian Women's Movement and a Father-Daughter Collaboration Public Lecture by:Jeffrey RubinAssociate Professor of History, Boston UniversityEmma Sokoloff-RubinYale Howland Research Fellow in Buenos Aire...
qmitomanias-argentinasq-a-public-lecture-by-alejandro-grimsonFebruary 11th, 2013 · The New School, New York    Alejandro Grimson, PhD Anthropology and Dean of the Instituto de Altos Estudios Sociales (IDAES) at the Universidad Nacional de San Martin, presented his recently published book Mitomanías Argentinas at the Observatory on Latin America, OLA/The New School on February 11th, 2013. Based on his academic r...
27 September 2012
public-lecture-by-alicia-barcena-at-the-new-school-structural-change-for-equalitySeptember 27th, 2012 · The New School · New York The historic murals in The Orozco Room at The New School in NYC, NY were on display on Thursday, September 27, 2012 as The Observatory on Latin America and The New School welcomed Alicia Bárcena, Executive Secretary of the United Nations' Economic Commission for Latin America and the Caribbean, to pr...
president-nestor-kirchner-2012-2013-fellow-successfully-completed-an-enriching-academic-exchange-at-the-new-schoolApril 1st, 2013 · The New School · New York Before an audience of 100 people, the Minister of Employment, Labor, and Social Security of Argentina, Carlos Tomada, offered a broad look at the labor policy of his Government, which is one the world's most ambitious redistributive policies. José Antonio Ocampo, Professor at Columbia University, was invited ...
latin-american-presidents-olaRafael Correa, President of Ecuador (2007-2009, 2009-current)September 23, 2011 Rafael Correa gave a public lecture at the New School for Public Engagement on Friday, September 23, 2011 titled, "A Concrete Alternative From Ecuador in the Midst of Climate Rhetoric: Yasuní-ITT." The Yasuní National Forest is located in the eastern most region of E...
new-book-economic-crisis-laMay 31, 2012 · New York When the 2008 financial crisis rippled from the epicenter in the United States across borders into economies both near and far, many countries were caught by surprise. The bursting of a housing market bubble in the United States caused persistent economic and social detriment through 2011 especially in the United States and t...
cohen-new-book-newsSeptember 27, 2012 · The New School · New York On September 27, Alicia Barcena, Executive Secretary of the United Nations' Economic Commission for Latin America and the Caribbean (ECLAC), presented at The New School Structural Change for Equality, the 2012 report by the Economic Commission for Latin America (ECLAC). According to Ms. Bárcena, this re...
guns-butter-paramilitarismMay 3rd, 2012 · The New School · New York The New School Observatory on Latin America (OLA) & the Graduate Program in International Affairs presented Guns & Butter Paramilitarism; the Colombia Armed Conflict: Why has it gone on for so long? Lecture by María Teresa Ronderos Author and Journalist on Latin America Introduced by: Christopher London Prof...
environmental-politics-in-bolivia-Tuesday, April 24th, 2012 · New York University · New York When Evo Morales became the first indigenous president of Bolivia in 2006, concerned citizens and environmentalists from around the globe looked hopefully to his leadership in environmental politics. From the Buen Vivir development model to the Law of Mother Earth, the Morales administration to...
movie-night-la-vida-locaThursday, April 19, 2012 · The New School · New York   The OLA Student Grouppresents: MOVIE NIGHT LA VIDA LOCADocumentary by Christian Poveda Visceral and gripping, LA VIDA LOCA chronicles the stark reality of the life of Mara 18 gang members in San Salvador's bleakest barrio of La Campanera. Captured in extreme detail, French journalist Chr...
michael-cohen-launches-new-book-to-a-packed-audience-at-the-new-schoolWednesday, April 11, 2012 · The New School · New York On April 11, 2012 The OLA hosted a presentation of Michael Cohen's latest publication, Argentina's Economic Growth and Recovery: The Economy in a Time of Default, at The New School in New York. President of The New School opened the event, followed by Michael Cohen's presentation, and comments by ...
mike-book-launchApril 11, 2012 ∙ The New School, New York Introduction: David E. Van Zandt, President, The New School Discussants: Professor William Milberg, Department of Economics, NSSR                      Professor David Plotke, Department of Political Science, NSSR This book examines the causes of the economic and political crisis in Argentina in 2001 and the p...
buenos-aires-book-of-the-year-news Announcements News Publications Press December 16, 2011 ∙ Buenos Aires The Argentine newspaper La Nación included Margarita Gutman's Buenos Aires. The Power of Anticipation on its "books of the year" list. The daily newspaper noted that there is nothing more entertaining than considering the various ways in which the future was conceived in...
buenos-aires-book-of-the-yearDecember 16, 2011 ∙ Buenos Aires The Argentine newspaper La Nación included Margarita Gutman's Buenos Aires. The Power of Anticipation on its "books of the year" list. The daily newspaper noted that there is nothing more entertaining than considering the various ways in which the future was conceived in the past: "In this lavishly illustrated volume, t...
new-book-argentinaDecember 15, 2011 ∙ New York This book examines the causes of the economic and political crisis in Argentina in 2001 and the process of strong economic recovery. It poses the question of how a country that defaulted on its external loans and was widely criticized by international observers could have succeeded in its growth and development despite t...
freud-stalin-mexico-pastNovember 4, 2011 · The New School · New York The Program Committee of the National Psychological Association for Psychoanalysis presented Freud and Stalin in Mexico Rubén Gallo, Ph.D. In one of the most striking chapters in the cultural history of psychoanalysis, the paths of Freud and Stalin clashed in 1940s Mexico City. Rubén Gallo discussed his re...
argentina-reality-2012-past-relatoriaNovember 4, 2011 · The New School · New York Report by Andrea Garcia Michael Cohen and Margarita Gutman welcomed the Argentine Delegation and provided a history of the collaboration that The New School has maintained with Argentina since 2001. The OLA Fellow Alberto Minujín provided a brief presentation of the Observatory La Matanza-Riachuelo, ex...
correa-news Announcements News Publications Press September 23, 2011 · New School · New York  The president of Ecuador, Rafael Correa, gave a public lecture at the New School for Public Engagement on Friday, September 23, 2011 titled, “A Concrete Alternative From Ecuador in the Midst of Climate Rhetoric: Yasuní-ITT.” The Yasuní National Forest is locat...
23 September 2011
president-correa-introduce-his-proyect-yasuni-itt-at-the-olaSeptember 23, 2011 · New School · New York  The president of Ecuador, Rafael Correa, gave a public lecture at the New School for Public Engagement on Friday, September 23, 2011 titled, “A Concrete Alternative From Ecuador in the Midst of Climate Rhetoric: Yasuní-ITT.” The Yasuní National Forest is located in the eastern most region of Ecuador’s biodi...
book-presentation-marga-baAugust 10, 2011 · Casa Nacional del Bicentenario - Buenos Aires   This is the first book that comprehensively examines the imagination of the urban future in Buenos Aires. The volume contains 185 selected visual images selected from 7,150 local and foreign journals, professional and specialized mass media, which were circulating in Buenos Aires b...
a-panel-discussion-on-tolerance-and-diversity-in-argentina-May 9, 2011 · The New School, New York This event gathered important individuals from a variety of backgrounds in order to, as a group and with the audience, reflect on tolerance and diversity in Argentina. In this context, presenters discussed the remarkable achievements of coexistence in terms of religion, ethnicity, equal opportunity, and sexual ...
panel-and-presentation-of-the-book-buenos-aires-el-poder-de-la-anticipacion-imagenes-itinerantes-del-futuro-metropolitano-en-el-primer-centenario-April 26, 2011 · Orozco Room, The New School, New York In the Orozco Room, filled with an audience of students, teachers and directors of The New School and other universities and institutions from around the New York area, Alexandra Wagner, Assistant Professor at The New School opened the presentation. Preceding the discussion of the panelists, David ...
conference-of-soda-stereo-drummer-charly-alberti-organized-by-the-observatory-on-latin-america-in-the-framework-of-water-week-at-the-new-school-March 29, 2011 · Lang Student Center, The New School, New York "Today, I would like to introduce myself as a dreamer,"that is how Charly Alberti, the famous drummer of the Argentine rock band Soda Stereo, opened his lecture at The New School. His lecture took place within the framework of Water Week. Hosted by the Observatory on Latin American, ...
paramilitaries-and-discourses-of-culpability-in-colombia-and-washington-dc-March 23, 2011 · The New School, New York, United States Associate Professor at the Graduate Program in International Affairs of The New School, Chris London opened the talk, saying that "Biography and lived experience of engaged people is how policy is committed into action. This is often imperfect, but by showing us how policy is actually practiced, ...
the-improvements-in-economic-and-social-performance-of-latin-americaNovember 2nd and 3rd, 2010 · Pocantico Conference Center, NY The Observatory on Latin America at the New School organized a seminar on "The Lessons of Recent Economic Management in Latin America for Rich Countries: From Stabilization to Growth and Equality" at the Pocantico Conference Center. We invited Latin American economists, political ...
presentation-by-dr-alicia-barcena-on-the-eclac-report-time-for-equality-closing-gaps-openingNovember 1st, 2010· The New School, New York The Observatory on Latin America (OLA) invited Dr. Alicia Bárcena, Executive Director of the United Nations' Economy Commission for Latin America and the Caribbean (ECLAC), to present the conclusions drawn from the recent ECLAC report, Time for Equality: Closing gaps, opening trail, followed by high profile ...
ollanta-humalaOctober 21, 2010 · The New School, New York The Observatory on Latin America organized a public lecture by Mr. Ollanta Humala Tasso, presidential candidate in the upcoming 2011 Peruvian elections. Ollanta Humala Tasso is Lieutenant Colonel (r) of the Peruvian Army and founding president of Partido Nacionalista Peruano. In the 2006 presidential ...
a-public-lecture-with-ollanta-humalaOctober 21, 2010, The New School, New York The Observatory on Latin America organized a public lecture by Mr. Ollanta Humala Tasso, current President of Peru, then presidential candidate.Ollanta Humala Tasso is Lieutenant Colonel (r) of the Peruvian Army and founding president of Partido Nacionalista Peruano. In the 2006 presidential campaign, Humala...
argentine-un-ambassador-jorge-argueello-talked-about-solving-the-malvinasfalklands-islands-dispute-qit-takes-two-to-tangoq-October 6, 2010, The New School, New York Surrounded by the characters of Mexican artist José Clemente Orozco's mural, Argentine Ambassador to the United Nations Jorge Argüello presented the history and Argentine perspective on one of the oldest territorial disputes: the Malvinas Islands, known as the Falkland Islands for Great Britain, in a talk t...
27 September 2010
the-future-of-unasur-was-discussed-by-its-secretary-general-nestor-kirchner-at-the-new-school-27 September, 2010 · The New School · New York The Secretary-General of the Union of South American Nations (UNASUR) and former president of Argentina, Néstor Kirchner, gave a public lecture at the New School University to explain the policy priorities of the organization emphasizing democratic values and the need to promote integration in Latin Am...
opportunities-and-challenges-of-us-venezuelan-foreign-policyApril 23, 2010 · The New School, New York Ambassador of Venezuela to the US: "This is a process of change in our region" Being emphatic on the importance of a Latin American unity and optimistic about creating connections between the U.S. and Venezuela through environmental policies, Ambassador Bernardo Alvarez Herrera presented a lecture at The New ...
round-table-discussion-m-new-social-policies-in-latin-americaFebruary 23, 2010 · New Yok, United States Speakers: Romulo Paes de Souza · Deputy Executive Secretary at the Ministry of Social Development and Fight Against Hunger, Brazil Juan Manuel Abal Medina · Deputy Chief of Cabinet and Secretary of Public Management, Argentina Gustavo Merino · Vice-Minister of Social Development, Mexico Presentation: ...
conference-qbeyond-the-economic-crisis-assessing-impact-and-defining-new-norms-for-economic-policy-in-latinNovember 2 and 3, 2009 · Theresa Lang Community and Student Center · The New School · New York The Observatory on Latin America of the New School convened a two day conference November 2-3, 2009 in New York on the impact of the global economic crisis in Latin America, and the conclusions that can be drawn from the efforts of Latin American governments ...
20 September 2009
the-challenges-of-progressive-governments-in-latin-america-the-experience-of-the-frente-amplio-administration-in-uruguay-m-a-presidential-lecture-with-dr-tabare-vazquez-president-of-uruguaySeptember 21, 2009 · The New School, New York, United States Tabaré Vázquez, an oncologist and former mayor of Montevideo, became the first Uruguayan Frente Amplio president in 2005, after winning more than 50% of the vote in the national elections. The Frente Amplio is a coalition of progressive groups. In the last year of his term, President Tabaré ...
16 September 2009
factories-without-bosses-an-argentinian-experience-m-conversation-with-dr-ana-maria-fernandezSeptember 16, 2009 · The New School, New York, United States Argentinean worker-run factories developed with the worst economic crisis of this country after 2001. About 220 companies -factories without bosses- produce today without owners, managers, foremen or engineers. Nevertheless, they are economically viable, they've increased their salaries, ...
-uruguay-its-current-situation-and-its-integration-to-contemporary-latin-america-m-a-talk-with-the-uruguayan-historian-and-political-analyst-gerardo-caetanoAugust 27, 2009 · The New School, New York, United States Caetano is a Uruguayan historian and political analyst. Ph.D. in History, Universidad Nacional de La Plata, Argentina. Academic Coordinator of the Observatorio Político at the Instituto de Ciencia Política, Universidad de la República since 2005. Between 2000 and 2005, he directed this ins...
the-many-centers-of-havana-m-a-talk-with-the-cuban-architect-mario-coyula-cowleyAugust 24, 2009 · The New School, New York, United States Mario Coyula-Cowley (Havana, 1935) is an architect, urban designer and critic. Profesor de Mérito (University Professor), National Prize of Architecture (2001) and of Habitat (2004), both life-long awards. Former director of the School of Architecture, of the Architecture and Urban Planning d...
the-future-of-us-latin-american-relationsApril 10, 2009 · The New School, New York, United States A one-day seminar to review the recent reports prepared by the Council on Foreign Relations, the Brookings Institution, the Americas Society, and the Woodrow Wilson International Center for Scholars from the perspective of Latin Americans involved in these issues. These reports were prepared in ...
globalization-from-the-ground-what-bolivia-teaches-usFebruary 17, 2009 · The New School, New York, United States A panel discussion in celebration of the release of the book Dignity and Defiance: Stories from Bolivia's Challenge to Globalization. This book is a powerful, well-crafted, eyewitness account of Bolivia's rebellion from below, put together by the Democracy Center. Readers will find compelling ...
special-forum-on-social-policies-in-argentinaNovember 25, 2008 · The New School, New York, United States A forum with Alicia Kirchner, Minister of Social Development of the Government of Argentina and the President of the Council on Social Policy. In collaboration with the United Nations Development Programme for Latin America and the Spain-UNDP Trust Fund "Towards an integrated and inclusive ...
food-energy-and-social-justice-in-latin-americaNovember 10, 2008 · The New School, New York, United States Presentation of papers by Latin American experts. In the context of the program "Latin America on the Move", a policy and research conference on Food, Energy, and Social Justice in Latin America was held as a public event. The event took place in the Lang Student Center at The New School at ...
22 September 2008
national-and-international-obstacles-to-the-quest-for-social-justice-in-latin-americaSeptember 22, 2008 · The New School, New York, United States Given the growing sense of crisis in the region, the OLA has decided to hold a roundtable discussion on this issue. This panel included Professor Jordi Borja (Universitat Oberta de Catalunya, Spain), Professor Greg Grandin, (New York University), Professor Michael Cohen, (The New School), ...
10 September 2008
arpoador-ephimeral-places-m-sunday-evenings-in-rio-de-janeiroSeptember 10th to October 2nd, 2008 · The New School, New York, United States Photographs by Peter Lucas. The third floor bridge between 66 West 12th Street and 66 West 11th Street. Exhibition support: The Observatory on Latin America at the New School, the Department of Photography and Imaging at the Tisch School of the Arts, and the Advanced Media ...
rethinking-poverty-making-policies-that-work-for-children-sponsored-by-the-graduate-school-in-international-affairs-at-the-new-school-and-unicefApril 21 to 23, 2008 · The New School, New York, United States This was the fourth International Conference organized by the Graduate Program in International Affairs at the New School and UNICEF. The specific aim of the 2008 Conference was to review and mobilize the agenda on child poverty and disparity. The Millennium Development Goals (MDGs) mark ...
havana-film-festival-new-york-hffnyApril 11 to 17, 2008 · New York, United States The HFFNY is an internationally recognized film festival celebrating Latin American cinema. In its 9th year, HFFNY features the most current cinematic talent alongside the familiar from Argentina, Bolivia, Brazil, Chile, Colombia, Costa Rica, Cuba, Dominican Republic, Ecuador, El Salvador, Guatemala, ...
janey-program-annual-conference-with-keynote-speaker-mr-gustavo-guzman-saldana-ambassador-of-bolivia-to-the-united-states-of-america-and-special-guest-estela-carlottoApril 11, 2008 · The New School, New York, United States The Latin American region has witnessed a mounting opposition to neo-liberalism over the course of the last decade. Particularly the most recent developments in Bolivia and Venezuela raise questions with critical implications for various fields of study, from political economy to political ...
religion-and-politics-in-argentina-from-catholic-hegemony-to-plurality-of-the-religious-fieldFebruary 27, 2008 · The New School, New York, United States A conversation with Verónica Giménez Beliveau, a researcher in Social Sciences at the CONICET and adjunct associate professor at University of Buenos Aires Faculty of Social Sciences. Read more about the Latin America on the Move Pr...
youth-drugs-and-the-struggle-for-social-inclusion-in-metropolitan-buenos-airesSeptember 25, 2007 · The New School, New York, United States A conversation with the Argentine Congressman Fernando Navarro. Read more about the Latin America on the Move Program  Announcements News Publications Press
documenting-latin-americaarsquos-political-m-aldquoa-closer-look-at-cocaleroardquoNovember 6, 2007 · The New School, New York, United States A panel with Alejandro Landes and Simone Duarte, Moderated by Carlos Gutierrez with opening remarks by Michael Cohen. Read more about the Latin America on the Move Program  Announcements News Publications Press
presentation-of-pino-solanaarsquos-award-winning-documentary-film-aldquomemoria-del-saqueoardquoOctober 23, 2007 · The New School, New York, United States Followed by a conversation with Alejandro Olmos. Read more about the Latin America on the Move Program  Announcements News Publications Press
social-democracy-in-a-globalized-worldApril 26 and 27, 2007 · The New School, New York, United States A Conference organized by the Janey Program in Latin American Studies and the Observatory on Latin America (OLA). Read more about the Latin America on the Move Program  Announcements News Publications Press
political-systems-of-argentina-brazil-and-chile-compared Announcements News Publications Press February 2, 2007 · The New School, New York, United States By the Argentine political scientist Torcuato Di Tella.
19 September 2006
expectations-and-experiences-from-latin-americaSeptember 19, 2006 · The New School, New York, United States A panel with Cristina Fernández de Kirchner, Senator of Argentina and President of the Commission on Constitutional Affairs at the Senate of Argentina; David Choquehuanca Céspedes, Foreign Minister of Bolivia; Marco Aurelio García, Presidential Advisor of the President, Brazil; Heraldo Muñ...

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