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Media and Governance - A Project of the Inter-American Dialogue

mardi 24 février 2009 par William Toussaint

The Inter-American Dialogue

The Inter-American Dialogue is the leading U.S. center for policy
analysis, exchange, and communication on issues in Western
Hemisphere affairs. The Dialogue brings together public and private
leaders from across the Americas to address hemispheric problems
and opportunities. Together they seek to build cooperation among
Western Hemisphere nations and advance a regional agenda of
democratic governance, social equity, and economic growth.
The Dialogue’s select membership of 100 distinguished citizens
from throughout the Americas includes political, business, academic,
media, and other nongovernmental leaders. Twelve Dialogue
members served as presidents of their countries and more than two
dozen have served at the cabinet level.
Dialogue activities are directed to generating new policy ideas and
practical proposals for action, and getting these ideas and proposals
to government and private decision makers. The Dialogue also
offers diverse Latin American and Caribbean voices access to U.S.
policy debates and discussions. Based in Washington, the Dialogue
conducts its work throughout the hemisphere. A majority of our
Board of Directors are from Latin American and Caribbean nations,
as are more than half of the Dialogue’s members and participants in
our other leadership networks and task forces.
Since 1982—through successive Republican and Democratic administrations
and many changes of leadership elsewhere in the hemisphere—
the Dialogue has helped shape the agenda of issues and
choices in inter-American relations.

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