Latin America-related events in Washington this week
Monday, July 17
Tuesday, July 18
Wednesday, July 19
- 9:30–11:00 at the Wilson Center: Checks and Balances and the Rule of Law in Brazil: A Presentation by Minister of Justice and Public Security Torquato Jardim (RSVP required).
- 10:00 in Room 2359, Rayburn House Office Building: House Appropriations Committee Markup: FY 2018 State and Foreign Operations Appropriations Bill, and FY18 Labor, Health and Human Services, and Education Appropriations Bill.
- 12:00 at the Atlantic Council: Lessons from Brazil: Fighting Corruption Amid Political Turmoil (RSVP required).
- 2:00 in Room 2127, Rayburn House Office Building: Hearing of the House Foreign Affairs Western Hemisphere Subcommittee on “Implementing the U.S.-Caribbean Strategic Engagement Act.”
- 3:00–4:30 at the National Endowment for Democracy: The Media Crackdown in the Andean Region: the Case of Ecuador (RSVP required).
- 4:15 in Room 419, Dirksen Senate Office Building: Hearing of the Senate Foreign Relations Subcommittee on Western Hemisphere, Transnational Crime, Civilian Security, Democracy, Human Rights, and Global Women’s Issues on “The Collapse of the Rule of Law in Venezuela: What the United States and the International Community Can Do to Restore Democracy.”
Thursday, July 20
- 8:30–10:30 at the Inter-American Dialogue: US-Mexico Relations in Flux (RSVP required).
- 10:30–12:00 at CSIS: The Dangers of the Looming Constituent Assembly in Venezuela: Why the International Community Must Act (RSVP required).
Friday, July 21
- 8:30 at the Atlantic Council: Venezuela on the Edge: The Time for New International Action (RSVP required).