Latin America and the Atlantic space

Objectives

CIDOB analyses the political changes taking place in the region and their effects, both on the countries’ development and international integration strategies, as well as on regional balances and their transfer to regional cooperation and integration bodies. CIDOB also proposes taking a broad view of the Atlantic that analyses the main changes and continuities in this space from a global perspective.

NEW - Jan 15, 2010

Engaging Cuba: CIDOB participates in a conference on Cuba at the Woodrow Wilson Center in Washington

On 16 November 2009, the Woodrow Wilson Center and the Heinrich Böll Stiftung Foundation jointly organised a conference in Washington (USA) to debate the existing political options for the United States, Europe and the Western Hemisphere with respect to Cuba. The event included presentations by Cynthia Arnson, Director of the Latin America Programme at the Woodrow Wilson Center; Anna Ayuso, Coordinator of CIDOB's Latin America Programme, Karl Buck, from the Council of the European Union; Carlo Dade, from FOCAL Canada; Dan Fisk, from the International Republican Institute; Susanne Gratius, from FRIDE; Jorge Heine, from the Wilfrid Laurier University; the ambassador John Maisto; Stephen Wilkinson, from the London Metropolitan University and Bisa Williams, from the US State Department, all of whom subsequently debated with a selected group of experts.

NEW - Dec 11, 2009

Indigenous peoples; the struggle for life and dignity in the framework of conflict in Colombia

The systematic attack by armed actors on the indigenous peoples in the internal conflict afflicting Colombia is conspiring against their very existence. With the aim of raising awareness about this society, the Colectivo Maloka (sponsored by the ACCD and with support from CIDOB) organised the seminar “Indigenous peoples; the struggle for life and dignity in the framework of conflict in Colombia", an event that was attended by prominent indigenous leaders who have experienced this reality at first hand.

NEW - Oct 19, 2009

CUIMPB autumn course on the State and Social Cohesion

The State in Latin America: Building bridges for social cohesion?

The current crisis is creating new challenges in Latin America. Thus, the subject for debate on the course "The States and social cohesion in Latin America: A view in light of the crisis" was the need to rethink public policies linked with social cohesion. The course was directed by José Luís Machinea, Director of the Raúl Prebich Chair at the University of Alcalá and ex-Minister of Economic Affairs for Argentina.

NEW - Sep 29, 2009

CIDOB at the 9th AECPA conference

Anna Ayuso and Gemma Pinyol, the respective coordinators of the Latin America and Migrations Programmes CIDOB, participated in Malaga in Rethinking democracy: inclusion and diversity, the 9th Conference of the Spanish Association of Political Science and Administration (AECPA).

NEW - Jun 22, 2009

Rethinking inequality

28th International Congress of the Latin American Studies Association.

From 11 to 14 June, three researchers from the CIDOB Foundation – Anna Ayuso, Coordinator of the Latin America Programme, and the researchers Francesc Bayo and Mariana Foglia – participated as discussion panellists at the 28th International Congress of the Latin American Studies Association LASA 2009, held in Río de Janeiro.

NEW - May 12, 2009

"Latin America is better than it was 10 years ago, and it will be better in the future"

On 7 May, Guadalupe González and Ferran Martínez i Coma, researchers from the Centro de Investigación y Docencia Económicas (Centre for Research and Teaching in Economics, or CIDE) of Mexico, presented their research study “The Americas and the World. Foreign policy and public opinion in Colombia, Chile, Mexico and Peru 2008”.

  • Estudio América Latina

    Estudio sobre América Latina, el Caribe y Europa Central y Oriental: Potencial para el intercambio económico

    Relaciones entre América Latina y el Caribe (ALC) y los países de Europa Central y Oriental (ECO) pertenecientes a la UE.

    El proyecto intenta brindar un breve análisis sobre las relaciones entre América Latina y el Caribe (ALC) y los países de Europa Central y Oriental (ECO) pertenecientes a la UE.

  • Derechos Culturales y políticos pueblos indígenas

    Desarrollo y recursos en territorios indígenas

    Derechos culturales y políticos de los pueblos indígenas y su impacto en la gestión de recursos medioambientales

    Desarrollo y recursos en territorios indígenas. Un trabajo comparado desde los derechos, la participación de las Comunidades y los impactos de las intervenciones de agentes públicos y privados.

  • Seminario “La agenda UE-CELAC en tiempos del interregionalismo global. Una visión desde la academia”

    El evento reunió a 31 especialistas para analizar hacia dónde debe evolucionar la asociación estratégica entre la UE y América Latina para adaptarse a los cambios del contexto internacional lleno de incertidumbres en general y en particular la nueva etapa de relación con Cuba.

  • Foro Europa Cuba/ Jean Monnet Network

    El Foro Europa Cuba es un consorcio de instituciones creado para fortalecer las relaciones de la Unión Europea con Cuba y promover una agenda de cooperación conjunta.

  • The Jean Monnet Network on Atlantic Studies

    The Jean Monnet Network on Atlantic Studies

    An initiative across the four Atlantic continents by 10 leading EU-oriented centres

    The Jean Monnet Network on Atlantic Studies is an initiative across the four Atlantic continents by 10 leading EU-oriented centres, many with Jean Monnet professors and based in countries identified by the EU as key ”strategic partners,” to collaborate in interdisciplinary exploration of three emerging pan-Atlantic themes of particular relevance to the EU—energy; commercial interactions; and pan-Atlantic challenges to human security

  • Atlantic Future

    ATLANTIC FUTURE

    “Towards an Atlantic area? Mapping trends, perspectives and interregional dynamics between Europe, Africa and the Americas”

    The aim of the ATLANTIC FUTURE is to study the rationales of cooperation in the Atlantic area and to suggest strategies to the EU on how to engage with the wider transatlantic relationship in the context of the ongoing redistribution of power and the overall rebalancing of relations around and within the Atlantic space.