The Center for Research and Analysis is an interdisciplinary research center located in the offices of the CASLA Institute. The CFRA aims to provide analysis of issues related to the strengthening of democracy and the rule of law, policies that promote economic, social and institutional development, and the promotion of human rights in Latin America.
The CASLA Institute publishes a wide variety of resources, most of which are available to download free of charge. These include books, case studies, newsletters and research reports.
The following are publications issued by CASLA specialists in collaboration with our international partners.
The CASLA Internship was created for undergraduate students interested in gaining experience in the field of International Relations with a strong emphasis on the Latin-American space.
For more information please do not hesitate to contact our professionals via the e-mails found in “Contacts.”
Thank You Campaign
The main goal of the “Thank You Project” was commemorate the historical events that mark the return of democracy in Eastern Europe after the collapse of the Berlin Wall.
The initiative was transformed into a huge campaign in November 17th, during the 25 anniversary of the Velvet Revolution, the movement that overthrew the totality in Czechoslovakia.
Esta semana fue presentado, bajo el patrocinio de la Eurodiputada Dita Charanzová del grupo ALDE, el
La vida del opositor venezolano Leopoldo
López será llevada al
Imágenes de la marcha realizada en el marco de
la campaña Thank You,
con motivo del 25 aniversario de la
Revolución de Terciopelo.
Tamara Suju, Venezuelan human rights lawyer and Executive Director of the Casla Institute addresses the opening U.N. Session
of the 2015 Geneva Summit for Human Rights and Democracy.
Ivan Pilip, ex ministro de Finanzas checo y
miembro fundador del Instituto CASLA, hace un paralelo de la época comunista en Europa
con la actualidad.
DIrectora de Casla Institute, Tamara Sujú, en entrevista con la TV Checa.
Informe Casla de Derechos Humanos
El informe Casla es elaborado gracias a la contribución de asociaciones cívicas, fundaciones y activistas que desempeñan su labor al interior de los países evaluados.
Welcome to Casla Institute!
Our mission is to share with Latin-American reformers the finest lessons of democratic and economic transformation in post-communist Europe. Our fellows and analysts are on the front-lines of the battle of ideas and the unending defense of human rights. Much of our inspiration is drawn from Václav Havel, the first democratically elected president of Czechoslovakia and the Czech Republic after 1989.
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All subscribers will receive a subscription to our magazine, the Latin American Insight, advance notice of events, and recognition in the Institute’s Annual Report.
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