Latin America and the Caribbean
An examination of the contrast between the EU‘s professed aims for supporting regional integration in Latin America with the actual experiences of the different regions in LA with which the EU is seeking to sign Association Agreements.
Twelve brief interviews with water activists from Latin America as well
as declarations from a historic gathering in Cochabamba, Bolivia, in
VENUE: CEDLA, Keizersgracht 397, Amsterdam
TIME: Monday 10 November, 15.30 – 17.00
Debate and book presentation organized bij TNI & CEDLA
Edgardo Lander, Universidad Central de Venezuela, Caracas
Rosalba Icaza, Institute for Social Studies, The Hague
Daniel Chavez, Transnational Institute, Amsterdam
Discussant: Kees Biekart, Institute for Social Studies, The Hague
Chair: Barbara Hogenboom, CEDLA, Amsterdam
The resurgence of the left in Latin America has taken Social and political analysts by surprise since
A comprehensive study of the wide variety of leftist governments, parties and movements in the region, including Argentina, Bolivia, Brazil, Colombia, Mexico, Uruguay and Venezuela
This study analyses existing legal means of holding European transnational companies liable for extraterritorial human rights violations. The authors examine four representative legal cases against European companies in Latin America that revolve around problems typical in the region.
In a theatre of the National Engineering University packed to the seams with people, preventing many others from entering, the People’s Summit Linking Alternatives 3 began today in Lima, Peru.