Centro de Investigaciones sobre América y el Caribe (CIALC)
1978-11 Mexico City Mexico
Founded Nov 1978, Mexico City (Mexico), on the initiative of 'I Simposio para la Coordinación y Difusión de los Estudios Latinoamericanos' to develop efforts and projects to better know the region, and later to consolidate its presence and leadership as a research centre. Operations began 13 Dec 1979. Original title: Center of Coordination and Diffusion of Latin American Studies -- Centre de coordination et de diffusion des études latinoaméricaines -- Centro Coordinador y Difusor de Estudios Latinoamericanos (CCyDEL). Current title adopted in 2007.
Exchange knowledge of Latin America amongst members, especially in domaines of human, social and political sciences; contribute towards Latin American integration.
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General Assembly. Executive Committee, consisting of 6 members representing different regions of Latin America. Coordinator, assisted by Consultative Council.
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