2023 GU LATAM Conference
The Georgetown University Conference on Latin America and the Caribbean is back! Join us on this exciting one-day event on November 20th at Fisher Colloquium, Hariri Building (Main Campus).
This annual summit, which welcomes the entire university community and external experts, aims to elevate an action-oriented debate on the major current issues related to the Latin American and the Caribbean region.
The conference gathers outstanding speakers with different backgrounds to discuss the region’s significant challenges regarding business, climate change, international relations, and development. This is a joint effort of Georgetown-based research centers on Latin America and the Caribbean (the Georgetown Americas Institute, the Latin America Leadership Program, and the Center for Latin American Studies) and Georgetown graduate student associations seeking to specialize in this arena, such as LAPA (McCourt School of Public Policy), LABA (McDonough School of Business), and LAFAA (Walsh School of Foreign Service).
2023 GU LATAM brings together all the different actors at Georgetown University working in Latin America to foster cross-campus collaboration, research, and practice about U.S. foreign policy related to LATAM, the rule of law in the Americas, and business opportunities in the region.
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