Latin America-related events in Washington this week
Monday, December 2
- 1:30–3:00 at WOLA: Venezuela’s Humanitarian Crisis: Could an Oil-for-Food Program Work? (RSVP required).
- 3:00–4:30 at CSIS: AMLO’s First Year in Office: Challenges and Opportunities (RSVP required).
Tuesday, December 3
- 11:00–1:00 at the International Republican Institute: Colombia’s New Crossroads: How Venezuela’s Crisis Impacts Local Governance (RSVP required).
Wednesday, December 4
- 9:00–11:00 at the Wilson Center: The Strategy Behind Political Repression in Venezuela (RSVP required).
- 12:00–1:30 at Refugees International: Voices from the Border: Voices of the Remain in Mexico Policy (RSVP required).
Thursday, December 5
- 10:00 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 Illicit Mining: Threats to U.S. National Security and International Human Rights.
- 3:00–5:00 at the Old Japanese Ambassador’s Residence: Japan’s Technological and Infrastructure Engagement with LAC: Toward Stronger Ties? (RSVP required).
- 4:00–5:30 at the Wilson Center: Electoral Bodies & Democratic Governance in Mexico: A Conversation with Dr. Lorenzo Córdova Vianello (RSVP required).