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As part of its activities to promote the debate on common strategies related to the EU-LAC bi-regional association, the Foundation carries out research and studies on issues identified by both regions.

These studies are published in this section of the web site, in order to encourage debate and promote exchange on best practices and specialised knowledge.

The publications are organised into the following series: Bi-Regional Economic Perspectives; Bi-Regional Relations; Conferences; Democracy Studies; ECLAC / EU-LAC Bi-Regional Outlook; EU-LAC Forum of Global Governance and Reflection Fora. The Foundation also publish a Newsletter that provides a multi-stakeholder space for dissemination of information on the topics on th bi-regional agenda; and encourages young researchers to work on EU-LAC  relations.

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    Courting Latin American Emigrants and the Redefinition of Citizenship

    Reforms in public policy have generated a new perspective on the definition of citizenship in Latin America. Regional governments have strategically incorporated the migrant community into their national policies through measures such as the extension of ...

    Author(s)/Editor(s):
    Ana Margheritis
    Published in:
    7 February 2018
    Edition:
    2018 February
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    Culture as an Instrument of Social Transformation

    Starting from the premise that culture is a key factor for sustainable development, this essay describes how culture creates bridges between groups and people and connects stories and traditions. The author makes a theoretical journey through the ...

    Author(s)/Editor(s):
    Ronald Grätz
    Published in:
    Germany, 25 July 2017
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    Latin America and the Caribbean can tell the world that it is possible to fight climate change

    Latin America and the Caribbean, a region that comprises more than 40 countries, with different political, varied economies and diverse visions on how to face the effects of global warming, does not negotiate as a group in climate summits. Nevertheless, ...

    Author(s)/Editor(s):
    Mariana Panuncio
    Published in:
    8 December 2014