In 2019, NeST LATAM* responded to a UNOSSC call proposing a combination of desk review and outreach activities to address the subject of institutional frameworks and governance for South-South Cooperation (SSC) in Latin America. Now, it is time to present the report’s main findings and launch the ideas we gather together.
In order to assess lessons learnt and possible ways forward regarding institutional arrangements for SSTrC in the region, the NeST LATAM report provided an overview of the three countries represented within its network (Argentina, Brazil and Mexico) to
update narratives and identify enabling and disabling factor for a stronger institutionalization in the region. At this webinar, NeST LATAM chapters will present the main conclusions founded and recommendations to trace paths forward, gathering early lessons from COVID-19.
This event will be taught in English via the Zoom platform.
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3PM São Paulo and Buenos Aires / 1 PM Quito and Mexico City / 8 PM Madrid
Jorge A. Pérez-Pineda, Universidad Anáhuac México (NeST Mexico)
Alejandra Kern, Universidad Nacional de San Martín (NeST Argentina)
Lara Weisstaub, Universidad Nacional de San Martín (NeST Argentina)
André de Mello e Souza, IPEA (NeST Brazil)
Luara Lopes, Articulação Sul (NeST Brazil)
Ana Patricia Muñoz, Focal Point at Iniciativa Latinoamericana de Investigación para las Políticas
Públicas – ILAIPP
Aline Rizzo, IPEA (NeST Brazil)
* NeST LATAM stands for the Latin American chapter of the Network of Southern think-tanks (NeST). Currently formed by representatives from three countries (Argentina, Brazil and Mexico), NeST LATAM is open for membership of think-tanks, research institutes, universities, NGOs and networks from the South who are engaged in research, policy debate and analysis of South-South Cooperation and international