The opening was in charge of Gabriel C. Salvia, General Director, who reported on the projects currently implemented by CADAL, the new staff incorporations and the main fund-raising initiatives for 2020. Next, Hernán Alberro, Programs Director, referred to the objectives and activities of the project to promote freedom of association in Cuba.
Subsequently, Diana Arévalo, Project Coordinator, and Cecilia Noce, Academic Advisor, referred to the agreement that CADAL signed with the Danish organization Freemuse and the characteristics of the monitoring on threats to freedom of artistic expression in Latin America that started to be implemented.
For his part, Raúl Ferro, Director of the Advisory Council of CADAL and Former Journalistic Director of América Economía, offered a detailed analysis on the situation in Chile.
Finally, Sybil Rhodes and Carlos Fara, President and Vice President of CADAL, respectively, presented the challenges and opportunities of the organization for 2020.
Sergio Casais, Webmaster; Ignacio Labaqui, Associated researcher; Raúl Ferro, Director of the Advosory Council; Tristán Rodríguez Loredo, Treasurer; Sybil Rhodes, President; Carlos Fara, Vicepresident; Cecilia Noce, Academic Council; Jorge Streb, Academic Council; Marisa Di Vitto, Directora of Finance and Administration; Hernán Alberro, Programs Director; Sabrina Ajmechet, Academic Council; Diana Arévalo, Projects Coordinator; Paula Loreti, Digital Communications Assistant; Brian Schapira; Lorenzo Agüero, Research Assistant; Gabriel Salvia, General Director; Stephanía Román, Coordinator of Digital Contents; and Victoria Ariagno, Research Assistant.
Jaime Malamud Goti, Academic Council; Raúl Ferro, Brian Schapira, Cecilia Noce and Ignacio Labaqui.
Lorenzo Agüero, Alejandro Di Franco and Victoria Ariagno, Research Assistants of the Observatory of International Relations and Human Rights of CADAL, and Paula Loreti.
Sergio Casais and Marisa Di Vitto.