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Political Instability and the Authoritarian Threat in Central America

December 15th, 2021

The webinar "Political Instability and the Authoritarian Threat in Central America" is an initiative of CEBRI's South America Program. The panel brings together experts from El Salvador, Guatemala, Nicaragua, and Honduras to discuss the political instability that the region has been going through and the risks posed to democracy, with a look at what is common and what is specific to each country's experience.

Register for the webinar by clicking HERE.

Date:

December 15th, 2021

Location:

Online Event

Time:

6 to 7:15 pm (BRT - Brasilia)

Language:

Spanish, without translation

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The webinar "Political Instability and the Authoritarian Threat in Central America" is an initiative of CEBRI's South America Program. The panel brings together experts from El Salvador, Guatemala, Nicaragua, and Honduras to discuss the political instability that the region has been going through and the risks posed to democracy, with a look at what is common and what is specific to each country's experience.

Register for the webinar by clicking HERE.

Opening and Moderation

Hussein Kalout
International Advisory board

Research Scholar at Harvard University

Daniela Campello
Senior Researcher

Associate Professor at EBAPE/FGV

Participants

Cindy Poroj
Professor at Universidad San Carlos, Guatemala

Douglas Castro
Member of the Nicaraguan University Alliance

Ernesto Paz
Professor at Universidad Nacional Autónoma, Honduras

Ruth Lopez
Professor at Universidad Centroamericana

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