Centre for the Opening and Development of Latin America
Centro para la Apertura y el Desarrollo de América Latina (CADAL)
2003-02-26 Buenos Aires Argentina
26 Feb 2003, Buenos Aires (Argentina). Main office in Buenos Aires; additional office in Montevideo (Uruguay). Founding members and officers share a Liberal-Democratic vision, and have had prior participation in other NGOs as well as in journalistic, human rights and academic activities linked with the study of Latin American politics. Creation of the Centre took into account the several political, institutional and economical crises in Latin America and their regional impact, as well as the perception that there could be future setbacks in terms of civil and economic liberties. In this sense, the Centre emerged to occupy in Latin America a space of simultaneously promoting political democracies and free-markets.
Promote, in Latin American countries, the strengthening of democracy, Rule of Law and public policies that favour economical and institutional progress.
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