Latin America-related events in Washington this week
Tuesday, May 16
- 8:30–10:30 at the Inter-American Dialogue: Violence in the Caribbean and What Can be Done (RSVP required).
- 2:30–4:00 at the Brookings Institution: New global and regional trends: Political and economic implications for Latin America (RSVP required).
- 5:00–7:00 at Johns Hopkins SAIS: They Protect the Forests. Who Protects Them? (RSVP required).
- 6:00–7:00 at WOLA: Palenques: A Legacy of Afro-Colombian Resistance (RSVP required).
- 6:00 at residence of Ambassador of Mexico: Mexico and the US: At a Critical Juncture (RSVP and entrance fee required).
Wednesday, May 17
- 10:00 at Room 2172 Rayburn House Office Building: Hearing of the House Foreign Affairs Western Hemisphere Subcommittee on Energy Opportunities in South America.
- 11:45–2:00 at the Inter-American Dialogue: Migrants, Remittances, and New Technologies (RSVP required).
- 1:30–2:30 at Room 2255 Rayburn House Office Building: The Central America Monitor: Tracking U.S. Assistance and Assessing Impact (RSVP required).
Thursday, May 18
- 5:30–8:00 at the George Washington University Elliott School: “Los Ofendidos” Documentary screening and panel on the fight against impunity in El Salvador (RSVP required).
Friday, May 19