May 1990, by European NGOs working in Latin America and the Caribbean. Commenced operation with a series of meetings, the first in Jan 1992, Havana (Cuba). Ceased to exist Oct 2017, when merged with U-XE2916 - Copenhagen Initiative for Central America and Mexico (CIFCA) to become F-XM8680 - EU-LAT Network.
Coordinate development projects and programmes of European NGOs working in Latin America and the Caribbean; cooperate in enabling people of the region to improve their living conditions and to organize their juridical, political and social systems so as to consolidate sovereignty and independence and an authentic democratic process and to transform current unequal and unjust conditions; facilitate the insertion of Latin American NGOs into the international arena; analyse and define development strategies in collaboration with counterparts in Latin American countries; lobby European and international institutions to enlist their support and commitment to the development process in these countries; carry out programmes to improve understanding and awareness of North-South reality.
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