Debate Linking Latin America - Events - CNV Internationaal

  Linking Latin AmericA

The geopolitical impact of China, the US and Europe 
and the role of the Netherlands

Monday 25th October - Nieuwspoort The Hague

Registration ( required )

Full programme information


Optional pre programme!

Movies That Matter movie screening and discussion zooming in on Guatemala
organized by Impunity Watch and CNV Internationaal

(brown bag, just coffee/tea available)

14.30 - 14.45 

14.45 - 15.15  
Keynote – Barbara Hogenboom
Changing relations between Latin America, US, EU and China

Dr Hogenboom is professor of Latin American Studies
at the University of Amsterdam's (UvA) Faculty of Humanities
and director of UvA's Centre for Latin American Research and Documentation (CEDLA).

Keynote – Carlos Dada – El Faro
Carlos Dada runs the Salvadoran investigative newspaper El Faro.
Through his articles, Dada manages to unravel the facts and separate truth from lies.
El Faro is crucial in the region’s quest for human rights and democracy.

15.15 - 16.00   
Debate and responses from Dutch MPs

16.00 - 16.30   

16.30 - 18.00
Breakout sessions

                                                 Session 1     International trade and extractive industries

                                                 Session 2     Civic space, protest and repression

                                                 Session 3     Rule of law, state capture & international crime

18.00 - 19.00
Closure and drinks 


Adress: Nieuwspoort - Lange Poten 10 - Den Haag

Please note: 

We must comply with the corona rules in force at that time.
Currently, for access to Nieuwspoort, a QR code (digitally via the CoronaCheck app or printed) or a valid proof of recovery or a negative test result of a maximum of 24 hours old must be shown in combination with proof of identity.


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