Instituto de Relaciones Europeo-Latinoamericanas (IRELA)

Institut pour les relations Europe-Amérique latine
Institute for European-Latin American Relations
Institut für Europäisch-Lateinamerikanische Beziehungen

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History

9 Oct 1984, Buenos Aires (Argentina), resulting from an initiative of European and Latin American academics, journalists and diplomats. This initiative was taken up by the European Commission (EC) and adopted by European Parliament (EP) and Latin American Parliament (PARLATINO) through various resolutions and direct commitments. Registered: 11 Feb 1985, Irschenhausen (Germany FR); 23 July 1985, Madrid (Spain). Seat: Madrid. Ceased to exist 2000.

Aims

Strengthen the economic and political dialogue between the European Union and Latin America; foster European-Latin American relations on a practical, inter-regional level; disseminate information resulting from contacts and research in the field of the relations between both regions to the European institutions and their Latin American counterparts; contribute to the process of consensus-building in Europe as well as in Latin America with regard to form and content of European-Latin American relations.

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Activities

Organizes conferences, seminars and colloquia for European and Latin American officials, diplomats, journalists, politicians, businessmen, trade unionists and academics on different aspects of European-Latin American relations. Collects and systematizes relevant information on the relations between the two regions. Furnishes advice to regional institutions in Europe and Latin America. Promotes, coordinates and pursues specific research on the relations between the two regions. IRELA concentrates mainly on such subjects as: European-Latin American relations in general and economic cooperation, trade relations, institutional relations, environmental cooperation, scientific and technological cooperation and cooperation in the fight against drugs specifically. Additional subjects: integration and cooperation in Latin America. IRELA Priority Themes 2000: Institutional relations between Europe and Latin America; Economic relations; Economic and development cooperation; Cooperation on security matters; Cooperation on the protection of the environment; Inter-regional cooperation on the narcotics problems; Regional cooperation and integration; Political and social development.

Structure

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Languages

English, Spanish.

Staff

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Financing

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Relations with Inter-Governmental Organizations

Relations with 14 inter-governmental organizations.
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Publications

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Members

Members in 16 countries
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Type I Classification

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Type II Classification

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Subjects *

  • Government
    • Political
  • Economics
    • Economic

UN Sustainable Development Goals **

GOAL 8: Decent Work and Economic GrowthGOAL 16: Peace and Justice Strong Institutions

UIA Org ID

F0348

Last News Received

2002
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