Empowering Parents While Making Them Pay: Autonomous Schools and Education Reform Processes in Nicaragua
This paper explores the school reform process in the Nicaraguan Autonomous Schools Program.
Latin American Program in the News: Blackwell, OEA: "no es aceptable que un marero utilice tecnología desde los penales"
Ambassador Adam Blackwell, Secretary of Multidimensional Security at the Organization of American States, discusses ideas presented by him and other speakers at the Latin American Program's event "What Happens When Governments Negotiate with Criminal Networks? Case Studies from the Americas." This article is in Spanish.
The Center's Latin American Program is in search of a Director for the Mexico Institute that has extensive knowledge of Mexico and US Mexico relations. Please see the full job opportunity announcement for more information and how to apply. Please note the deadlien for receipt of applications has been extended until June 5, 2012.
"Lopez was running far behind in the polls, and the Supreme Court's defiance of the decision by the Inter-American Court left a big cloud of uncertainty over Lopez's future, even if he were to come out ahead," said Cynthia Arnson, director of the Latin America program at the Woodrow Wilson International Center for Scholars in Washington. "Capriles has been the front-runner for some time, so the endorsement will continue to bolster his campaign."
#40 The Origins of United States Economic Supremacy in South America: Colombia's Dance of the Millions, 1923-33
Articles on Conflict and Peace in Colombia, Analyzing Citizenship, MERCOSUR, Mexican & US Journalists Seminar, Changes in Cuban Society, Hemispheric Security, Combatting Child Labor in Brazil and more! Download the .pdf from our Noticias publications page.
The event “The Transnational Nature of Organized Crime in the Americas” held at the Wilson Center this morning was featured in this website.