Brazilian Center for International RelationsAbout: Τhe Center deals with the examination of democracy in Brazil and in a comparative perspective. From a liberal and, at the same time, minimalist point of view, it will approach everything from electoral procedures to fundamental rights
Phone: +55 (21) 2206-4400
Corporación de Investigaciones Sociales - Social Research Corporation ‒ CISO (Chile)About: The Social Research Corporation (CISO) is a private law, non-profit, academic organization. It is based on the principles of social democracy, rooted in a deep respect for personal freedoms, for the cultivation of reason and for tolerance. Since its origins located in the early 1990s, CISO has worked as a study center to channel the socio-political concerns of each time, trying to contribute with investigative rigor in the key issues of national events. In this way, the corporation seeks to promote informed debate for the sake of the well-being of society.
Pacto Pela Democracia (Brazil)About: The Pact for Democracy is an initiative of Brazilian civil society focused on the defense and improvement of political and democratic life in Brazil. It is a plural space, non-partisan and open to citizens, organizations and also political actors who share the commitment to rescue and deepen democratic practices and values in the face of the numerous challenges we have faced over the last few years in the country.
Latin American Center for Human Rights (Argentina)About: The Latin American Center for Human Rights is a non-governmental, non-governmental, non-profit organization that works in the promotion and protection of human rights throughout Latin America, seeking to create a culture based on unrestricted respect for the fundamental rights of people.
Phone: +54 261 4242344
Website: : https://www.cladh.org/
Democracy and Development Foundation (Chile)About: The objective of the Democracy and Development Foundation is to stimulate thought and reflection on new paths of development that allow progress towards sustained economic growth and higher levels of social equity. Its activities include: generating spaces for information and discussion on topics of public interest; promote reflection on democratic values; explore and disseminate the possibilities that digital technologies offer to the development of democracy and citizen participation.
Phone: (56-2) 2333 80 98