Human Rights and
International Democratic Solidarity

Gabriel C. Salvia
Gabriel C. Salvia
General Director

Journalist. Since 1992 working as a director in Civil Society Organizations and is a founding member of CADAL. He is also a member of the Director’s Committee in Forum 2000’s project for Democratic Solidarity (Czech Republic). President of CADAL Foundation.

His articles on human rights in international relations and democratic governance are regularly published in major news outlets like Clarín, Infobae, Perfil, La Nación and Global Americans. He has also been published in El País (Spain) and has been interviewed by CNN en Español on several occasions.

He compiled four books and wrote one, “Dancing for a mirage: notes on politics, economics and diplomacy during Cristina Fernández de Kirchner”.

As a journalist, he collaborated and investigated in El poder legislativo y su gente and Apertura magazines and worked as a politics and economics pundit at Radio América. He was also a producer of Cablevisión Noticias and El club de los giles for telefe, and published several interviews for El observador, Perfil newspaper.

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12/5/2017 | Books
Dancing for a mirage: Notes on politics, economy and diplomacy in the governments of This book brings together 41 articles by Gabriel C. Salvia and they are now published in this format to render accounts and record the positions assumed in a period of Argentina characterized by the erosion of democratic culture and the rule of law, political tension, economic foolishness and international inconsistency in the official discourse on human rights.Cristina Fernández de Kirchner

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