6 edition of Economic and Social Progress in Latin America: 1996 Report: Special Section found in the catalog.
December 3, 1996
by Inter-American Development Bank
Written in English
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|Number of Pages||440|
This report examines how hard-line U.S. religious-right groups that have spent decades demonizing LGBT people are focusing their attention – and propaganda – on a legal battle over the criminalization of LGBT sex in Belize, the outcome of which could affect criminal statutes in as many as a dozen other Caribbean countries. Amanda is a senior fellow at Data for Progress. She is a senior economic policy associate at The Century Foundation. Her research focuses on resource extraction, renewable energy, climate change, green technology, social movements, and the left in Latin America. These themes are explored in her book, Resource Radicals: From Petro.
The Committee on Economic, Social and Cultural Rights today concluded its consideration of the third periodic report of Venezuela on the implementation of the provisions of the International Covenant on Economic, Social and Cultural Rights. Experts recognized the Constitution of Venezuela as one of the most progressive in Latin America. German Espionage in Latin America (pp. printed FBI report, indexed, June ) 5: 5: Apprehension & Convictions of Foreign Agents in Latin America (87pp., Indexed ) 7: 2: Organization for South American Infiltration by Germany Office of Naval Intelligence Report, February 1, 8: 1.
This book provides an excellent introduction to economic and social developments in South America. The book aligns history with current political changes, and it written in an engaging and interesting way. A good starting book for anyone wanting to know more about the continent or starting academic study of Latin s: A longer unpublished version of this paper exists as "Economic and Political development in east asia and latin america: discerning differences". "Social Capital," in Lawrence Harrison and Samuel P. Huntington, eds., Culture Matters, Basic Books,
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