April 28, 2017
It is evident that the CELAC emerges as an initiative of the Alba to politically influence the rest of the countries in the region. For various motives, the CELAC member states that were really committed with the rule of law and the respect of the fundamental liberties have to take advantage of the actual context in Venezuela to abandon this organism that suffers of authoritarians vice in its origins, giving the anti-democratic cases of Venezuelan y Cuban governments.
August 14, 2013
The contracts’s basic purpose is the translation of the Transformation Index 2014 to Spanish, which is elaborated by the Foundation Bertelsman with the cooporation of CADAL, to make the Transformation Index’s content more accesible for whole Latin America. With a path of life of 35 years, the Bertelsman Stiftung is a private, impartial foundation based in the locality Gütersloh, Germany, founded by Reinhard Mohn. The agreement was signed by Hauke Hartmann, Senior Project Manager of the Bertelsmann Stiftung, and Gabriel Salvia, president of CADAL.
July 31, 2013
CADAL – the Center for the Opening and Development of Latin America- decided to connect the “popular initiative for independent justice and the defense of our rights“, promoted by Daniel Alberto Sabsay and Iván José María Cullen, with various organisations of the civil code. CADAL agrees with the abolishment of the mentioned laws, which are incumbent upon the Federal Congress. In this vein one prevents the arising partisanship of the justice and with that, the destruction of the Republic.
December 5, 2012
Among the topics discussed at the meeting, the planning of activities for the Institution’s 10th anniversary particularly stood out: Some of these were the fixing of an agenda and date for the Foro Latino Global 2013. The Directors of the Business, Advisory and Academic Councils, the Director of Finance and Administration, the Programmes Director, the Programme Coordinator and the General Director took part in the meeting.
October 30, 2012
The Network of Democracy Research Institutes recently organized a workshop at the Global Assembly of the World Movement for Democracy in Peru. The “Improving the Impact of Democratic Research Policy” workshop included presentations by the NDRI members Martin Butora (Institute for Public Affairs, Slovakia), Gabriel Salvia (Centre for the Opening and Development of Latin America, Argentina) and Tanya Hamada (INCITEGov, Philippines).
October 30, 2012
The Network of Democracy Research Institutes recently held a workshop at the World Movement for Democracy's Global Assembly in Peru. Entitled "Enhancing the Policy Impact of Democracy Research," the workshop featured presentations by NDRI members Martin Butora (Institute for Public Affairs, Slovakia), Gabriel Salvia (Center for the Development and Opening of Latin America, Argentina), and Tanya Hamada (INCITEGov, Philippines).