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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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    Culture as a Tool for Social Transformation: the role of museums and community

    This article is about the project EU-LAC Museums, financed in the framework of the European Union Programme “Horizon 2020”. The project under the coordination of the University of St. Andrews in Scotland works with partners from Chile, Costa Rica, France, ...

    Author(s)/Editor(s):
    Dr. Karen E. Brown
    Published in:
    Scotland, 28 July 2017
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    UNGASS 2016: Considerations from the Peruvian experience, by Otárola Peñaranda

    The phenomenon of illicit drugs is one of the most urgent public affairs of contemporary politics. There is practically no indifferent State to the narcotic drugs control or the prevention of its consumption. The political field on this theme is now ...

    Author(s)/Editor(s):
    Alberto Otárola Peñaranda
    Published in:
    Peru, 14 March 2016
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    The Challenges of Youth Employment

    The employment situation of young people poses a political challenge on a global level, as young people’s desires to work and build a life apart from their jobs conflict with the realities of a labour market in which they must deal with high unemployment ...

    Author(s)/Editor(s):
    Elizabeth Tinoco
    Published in:
    Peru, 31 March 2015