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Publications

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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  1. The Relevance of the Caribbean in the European Union (EU) – Latin American and the Caribbean (LAC) strategic bi-regional partnership

    A nnita Montoute  is a lecturer at the Institute for International Relations at the University of the West Indies. This paper was prepared for the EU‑LAC Foundation’s Newsletter on the theme “Why should Latin America and the Caribbean be important to the ...

    Author(s)/Editor(s):
    MONTOUTE Annita
    Published in:
    Trinidad & Tobago, 28 December 2018
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    Hip-Hop music and the power of culture for social transformation

    The article recounts the experience of the group "Recital Colombia 2016" composed by 12 hip-hop dancers whose dedication to dance has allowed them to leave a reality of violence and exclusion and convert themselves into messengers of peace and ...

    Author(s)/Editor(s):
    Rebeca Grynspan
    Published in:
    Spain, 28 July 2017
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    Women’s Access to Higher Education and Labour Markets in Latin America and the European Union, by Garrido Ardila

    The Global Gender Gap Index (GGGI) finds that some Latin American countries are on similar levels of gender equality to those in the European Union. Nonetheless, some Latin American countries register equality levels that are considerably lower. GGGI data ...

    Author(s)/Editor(s):
    J. A. Garrido Ardila
    Published in:
    Spain, 15 September 2016
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    Gender equality and cultural knowledge: A vision of the value of the Bolivian contribution to the EU-LAC cooperation, by Bustamante

    CECASEM is a non-governmental organisation that works with rural development and gender equality in the more isolated indigenous and peasant villages of Bolivia. Patricia Bustamente, director of CECASEM, explains that in the process towards equality, the ...

    Author(s)/Editor(s):
    Patricia Bustamante
    Published in:
    Bolivia, 15 September 2016
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    Confronting the ‘Coloniality of Gender’ in Gender Equity Work & Public Discourse: Considerations for EU-LAC Relations, by DeShong

    The effects of colonialism and of the enslavement and exploitation of minority groups in Latin America and the Caribbean continue to reverberate throughout the region today. The quest for gender equity and justice is pursued with the focus on the unequal ...

    Author(s)/Editor(s):
    Halimah DeShong
    Published in:
    Barbados, 15 September 2016
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    Jamaica’s Dangerous Drugs Amendment Act 2015, by Golding

    In recent years the winds have changed internationally. Several countries, including Jamaica, have been reviewing their laws in relation to cannabis. It is generally agreed that these reforms have made Jamaica’s law more consistent with the cultural, ...

    Author(s)/Editor(s):
    Mark Golding
    Published in:
    Jamaica, 15 March 2016
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    Second World People's Conference on Climate Change and the Rights of Mother Earth

    The Second World People's Conference on Climate Change and Defence of Life, held in Tiquipaya-Bolivia from 10 th to 12 th of October 2015, a space in which the peoples came together for the second time to present their ideas, principles and demands ...

    Author(s)/Editor(s):
    David Choquehuanca Céspedes
    Published in:
    Bolivia, 2 December 2015
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    The Importance to SIDS of a Global Agreement on Climate Change

    There can be no doubt that the phenomenon of climate change and its adverse impacts present a clear and present danger to all SIDS, many of which, are located in the Caribbean. From the outset, the Caribbean has consistently maintained the position that ...

    Author(s)/Editor(s):
    Maxine P.O. McClean
    Published in:
    Barbados, 1 December 2015
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    The Bolivian Position at the International Climate Change Negotiations

    The United Nations Framework Convention on Climate Change establishes the objective of achieving to stabilize the emission of greenhouse gases on the planet, allowing the ecosystems to adapt to climate change in a natural way. This should be considered as ...

    Author(s)/Editor(s):
    Diego Pacheco
    Published in:
    Bolivia, 8 December 2014
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    Promoting the Integral Development in Balance with Mother Earth

    The Plurinational State of Bolivia is pioneer in promoting a new vision of development based on “Live Well in harmony with Mother Earth” as an alternative for the commodification of the environmental functions, unsustainable growth and accumulation of ...

    Author(s)/Editor(s):
    Ricardo Rojas Quiroga
    Published in:
    Bolivia, 8 December 2014

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