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February 20, 2017
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CADAL is member of the Network of Democracy Research Institutes (NDRI) and the International Coalition to Stop Crimes against Humanity in North Korea (ICNK). It is an Associated Institute of Democratic Platform Project and it is registered as a Civil Society Organization at the Organization of American States (OAS).
Institutional news
Extended meeting of the executive committee
The first meeting of the year was attended by authorities, counsellors, permanent collaborators, foreign interns and volunteers to analyse the ongoing projects and the proposals under review, the organization of the 14th anniversary of CADAL and the Foros Latinos as well as the 2017 edition of the conference of the international day in remembrance of the victims of totalitarianism.
December 15, 2016
CADAL organised the last Foro Catalinas of 2016 where Carlos Fara, Director of CADAL's Advisory Council, gave a summary of Mauricio Macri's first year of government. Amongst the participants were the ambassadors of Switzerland, Finland, Norway, Denmark and Sweden as well as diplomats from the European Union, Romania, Belgium, Brazil, Mexico and Honduras.
:: December 13, 2016
The perception that China rewards loyalty is wrong. Not only is it doubtful that kowtowing to China will bring short-term benefits but, on the contrary, it is rather quite possible that we’ll end up paying a high price for such policy in the future. If today’s decisions are shaping our future, then granting China with market economy status will surely be a nail in the coffin for Argentina.
By Juan Pablo Cardenal
:: November 29, 2016
(Latin America Goes Global) Recently, a third of the members of the UN Human Rights Council were renewed with China, the biggest dictatorship in the world, accumulating no less than 180 votes which gives proof to the assumption that several developed democracies voted in China's favour. The same applies to Cuba and Saudi-Arabia which have received 160 and 152 votes, respectively. Having been elected four times, these three dictatorships make up the longest serving countries in the Human Rights Council between 2007 and 2019.
By Gabriel C. Salvia