FEATURED ARTICLE
ERLACS - European Review
of Latin American
and Caribbean Studies


Featured article - ERLACSSocial Movements, Protest, and Policy
Author: Eduardo Silva
Published on Dec 2015


UPCOMING EVENTS & COURSES


10/05/16 UPCOMING COURSE Sexuality and LGBT Rights in Latin America and the Caribbean
This is an introductory course to issues of sexuality, reproductive rights, and Lesbian, Gay, Bisexual, and Transgender (LGBT) rights across the Americas.
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+INFO MA COURSE


FRIDAY 20 MAY, 15:30h
Las nuevas formas de participación en América Latina

Albert Noguera
Universitat de València

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The CEDLA Master’s Programme (CMP) offers a multi-disciplinary Master of Arts programme in Latin American Studies, and is given in English.
The CMP lasts 15 months and
earns 75 European credits (ECTS)
Deadline applications: 15 May 2016 +INFO

El Quinto Piso del CEDLA

  • ENGOV Publications

    The books ‘Environmental Governance in Latin America’ (Palgrave 2016) and ‘Gobernanza Ambiental en América Latina’ (CLACSO 2015, also available in Portuguese), written by the key researchers of the ENGOV project, study the nature of contemporary environmental governance in Latin America and the possibilities for more sustainability and socio-environmental justice. The books make a distinction between the historical and current social and economic context in which the use of nature takes place. Important contemporary political changes in environmental governance are discussed, and new initiatives are analyzed. The books are Open Access and available online. They can also be purchased in print at CLACSO in Argentina (Spanish and Portuguese), and in hardcover and softcover book from Palgrave MacMillan (English version).

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  • LGTB10/05/16 UPCOMING COURSE
    Sexuality and LGBT Rights
    in Latin America and
    the Caribbean

    This is an introductory course to issues of sexuality, reproductive rights, and Lesbian, Gay, Bisexual, and Transgender (LGBT) rights across the Americas.
    A region traditionally known for its machismo and religiosity is now making new strides in the legal standing and cultural attitudes surrounding sexuality and LGBT rights, but these changes are occurring unevenly. We will examine the status of these issues in various key cases and the way that scholars, mostly in the social sciences, have tried to explain the changes that have taken place (or failed to take place) across the Americas. +INFO BA COURSE / +INFO MA COURSE

  • 20/05/16 Las nuevas formas de participación en América Latina, 15:30h

    Albert Noguera, Universitat de València
    En paralelo a la crisis del constitucionalismo en Europa y Norteamérica se ha producido durante la últimas dos décadas en América Latina, un fortalecimiento de constitucionalismo. Ello se ha plasmado en la activación de diversos procesos constituyentes y la aprobación de nuevas constituciones. +INFO