November 04, 2005 // 8:00am — 11:30am
Speakers included Roberto Suro, Director, PEW Hispanic Center; Jonathan Fox, Latin American and Latino Studies, University of California, Santa Cruz; Gaspar Rivera-Salgado, Director, Transnational Communities Program at the New Americans Immigration Museum Learning Center; Xóchitl Bada, Institute for Latino Studies, University of Notre Dame; Monica Lozano, Publisher and CEO, La Opinión; Ann Marie Tallman, President and General Counsel, Mexican American Legal Defense and Educational Fund; Guadalupe Gómez, Vice-president, Federación de Clubes Zacatecanos del Sur de California (Federation of Zacatecan Clubs of Southern California); Janet Murguía, President and CEO, National Council of La Raza; Jesús García, Executive Director, Little Village Community Development Corporation, Chicago; María Elena Durazo, Executive Vice-President of UNITE HERE International Union, President of UNITE HERE Local 11, Los Angeles; and National Chair of the Immigrant Workers Freedom Ride 2003; Jesús Martínez-Saldaña, State Representative, Michoacán Congress
November 01, 2005 // 3:00pm — 4:30pm
Participating in this important discussion will be the books' editors Cynthia J. Arnson, Woodrow Wilson Center, and I. William Zartman, Johns Hopkins University, SAIS. Also contributing will be the authors of the chapters about Colombia and Peru, respectively, Marc Chernick, Georgetown University, and Cynthia McClintock, George Washington Univerisity.
October 27, 2005 // 9:00am — 12:00pm
The Latin American Program hosts a presentation of the results of a USAID-funded study of the effects of U.S. foreign assistance on democracy building worldwide.
October 21, 2005 // 9:00am — 11:30am
Catherine Conaghan, Professor of Political Studies at Queen's University, Ontario, will moderate a panel including Washington Correspondent for O Estado de São Paulo Paulo Sotero, Associate Professor of Government at University of Texas at Austin Wendy Hunter, and Professor of Political Science and Director of Western Hemisphere Studies at Johns Hopkins School of Advanced International Studies (SAIS) Riordan Roett.
October 20, 2005 // 4:00pm — 5:30pm
With author Catherine M. Conaghan, Professor of Political Studies Queen's University, Kingston, Ontario.Michael Shifter, Vice President for Policy, at Inter-American Dialogue will provide comments.
September 21, 2005 // 11:00am — 12:00pm
Brazilian Minister of Environment Marina Silva speaks on government actions and policies to curb deforestation, dismantle illegal logging rings, and fight corruption among federal employees accused of collaborating with loggers in exchange for bribes.
September 20, 2005 // 9:30am — 4:00pm
Terrorism and the war on terrorism dominate discussions of U.S. foreign policy. However, in hemispheric affairs, the U.S. has had considerable difficulty convincing our neighbors just how critical the war on terrorism is for all the members of the hemispheric community. Argentina is one country that was reluctant to go along with the U.S. for a while, but which now is cooperating closely with the U.S. on a number of projects. This seminar is one of a series that deals with issues critical to Argentina and to the bilateral relationship between Argentina and the United States. Our strategy in these public meetings is to place important Argentine issues in a broader context, so that different perspective can be made clear.
September 02, 2005 // 9:00am — 1:00pm
The Latin American Program of the Woodrow Wilson Center and the Inter-American Foundation take a critical look at the innovations in democratic governance that have emerged throughout the region.
July 20, 2005 // 8:30am — 10:00am
Read the presenters' remarks. Francisco Santos Carolina Barco
June 20, 2005 // 9:30am — 5:00pm
The Latin American Program organized a conference focusing on the importance of education in social development and the impact of social and education reforms in Latin America, with specific emphasis on the Argentine case.