Institutionals / News
:: March 31, 2017
Matthias Peschke presented the results of his research on the UN Human Rights Council in front of political science and international relations students at the University of CEMA in Buenos Aires.
:: March 8, 2017
The Center for the Opening and Development of Latin America (CADAL) dedicated its 14th Anniversary to the presentation of the book State Crimes. Justice’s Dilemmas, attended by Jaime Malamud Goti, the author, and Carlos Rosenkrantz, Judge of the Supreme Court of Justice of the Nation.
:: February 15, 2017
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.
:: January 30, 2017
With the organization of the Foro Latinoamericano Punta del Este, the Center for the Opening and the Development of Latin America (CADAL) started its cycle of events 2017 with the presentation of Ignacio Munyo about the economic perspectives of Uruguay. It’s is already a habit, that the activity in the Uruguayan beach was organized at hotel boutique AWA
, sponsored by the Konrad Adenauer Foundation
with the support of the daily El País
:: November 12, 2016
:: October 31, 2016
From the 26 to the 28 of October Hernan Alberro, Programs director of CADAL, participated as a guest in the 4º Latin American Think Tanks Summit: Building ideas for the future of Latin America.
:: October 20, 2016
Form the 16 to the 19 of October, the head of CADAL participated in a new edition of the Forum 2000, created by Valcav Havel which takes place in Prague and other cities of the Czech Republic and Europe. Salvia participated in three activities. In one of them he moderated a panel that had Jorge Olivera Castillo (writer, journalist and ex Cuban political prisoner) as speaker.
:: September 30, 2016
The summit was organized by the Think Tank Program and Civil Societies (TTCSP) of the Lauder Institute of the University of Pennsylvania and the center For International Governance Innovation (CIGI). The Center for the Opening and Develoment of Latin America (CADAL) was one of the Argentine think tanks that participated in the summit. CADAL was represented by Sybil Rhodes, Vice-president and Academic director of the institution.
:: August 1ro, 2016
The Center for the Opening and Development of Latin America (CADAL) signed an agreement of mutual cooperation in the field of scientific research, technical assistance and human resources training with the NGO Transparencia Electoral (TE) .
:: May 19, 2016
The head of CADAL, Gabriel Salvia, held a meeting with Mutuma Ruteere, Special Rapporteur on contemporary forms of racism, racial discrimination, xenophobia and related intolerance, who was on an official visit to Argentina. The meeting was attended by representatives of Congreso Judío Latinoamericano, DAIA, AMIA, Centro Simon Wiesenthal, Museo del Holocausto and Bnai Brith.
:: April 29, 2016
During the meeting details of the schedule of upcoming events were analyzed, also the committee reviewed the practices of internships and volunteer at the institution, proposals to donors of international cooperation, the incorporation of new counselors and the fundraising strategy from the Argentine private sector.
:: February 27, 2016
The celebration of the thirteen years of the Center for the Opening and Development of Latin America began at the end of the Diplomatic Forum in which the book «La ONU que yo viví» by Eduardo Ulibarri, former ambassador of Costa Rica to the United Nations, was presented; and it continued the next day with a Forum on «Competitiveness and quality democratic politics in Latin America» which brought together 10 outstanding speakers.
:: December 29, 2015
Two of CADAL authorities joined the civil service of the Argentine government which took over last December 10. Therefore, replacements were appointed and the Board was expanded to five members, being now composed as follows: Gabriel Salvia, Chairman; Sybil Rhodes, Vice President; Bernabé García Hamilton, Secretary; Maria Reviriego, Treasurer; and Tristán Rodríguez Loredo, Pro- Treasurer.
:: November 4, 2015
The president of the Center for the Opening and Development of Latin America (CADAL), participated from 1 to 4 November in the 8th Assembly of the World Movement for Democracy which was held in Seoul, South Korea.
:: September 16, 2015
From 13 to 16 September, the head of CADAL participated in a new edition of Forum 2000, created by Vaclav Havel and held in Prague and other cities in the Czech Republic and Europe. Salvia shared the opening ceremony of the Forum 2000 with Pastor Mario Felix Lleonart, Manuel Cuesta Morua and Jakub Klepal, the latter Executive Director of Forum 2000.
:: September 7, 2015
:: August 31, 2015
Eight weeks before the presidential elections, the Regional Democracy Program and Political Parties in Latin America asked the journalist Jaime Rosemberg and the Chairman of CADAL, Gabriel Salvia, to reflect on the current political context of Argentina.
:: August 13, 2015
The Center for the Opening and the Development of Latin America, represented by its president - Gabriel C. Salvia, and the Delegation of Israeli-Argentine Associations (DAIA), represented by Julio Schlosser, signed a framework agreement of cooperation.
:: June 14, 2015
The meeting provided an oportunity to the civil society, social actors and unions, among others to exchange with OAS Secretary General, OAS Assistant Secretary General and present their points of view about the XLV General Assembly "Present and future of the Organization of American States", just as the topics on the Inter-American agenda.
:: February 26, 2015
With the attendance of diplomats, academics, journalists and politicians, the Center for Opening and Development of Latin America (CADAL) held its twelve years of promoting political openness, economic and institutional development and international democratic solidarity.