One region, all voices


Cultural diversity is also biodiversity

In Latin America there is a great cultural wealth of ways of relating to the environment. Over the years, populations have constantly adapted to nature.

The legacy of Saavedra Lamas, the first Latin American Nobel Prize

Carlos Saavedra Lamas, a distinguished Argentine jurist, academic and politician, contributed to the development of a Latin American tradition of international law in defense of security, justice and the rejection of the use of force.

Cooperation between Latin America and Africa from the perspective of the peoples of the Diaspora

Cooperation between Latin America and Africa should propose the discussion of Afro-descendant power and analyze the advocacy strategy for the transformation of democracy in the West.

What is the place of culture in Lula’s new government?

Contemporary development strategies based on the economy of culture and knowledge must be translated into cross-cutting and cross-sectoral public policies.

Victoria Santa Cruz and the present full of the past

This year marks the centenary of the birth of Victoria Santa Cruz (1922-2014), an icon of Afro-Peruvian culture and exponent of African influence in Latin America and the Caribbean.