Category: EU-Latin America Relations

The EU-LAT Network focuses on EU-Latin America policies, advocating for human rights to be respected, protected, guaranteed and promoted in the areas of political dialogue, cooperation and trade. In particular it strives to:

1. Contribute to the monitoring of Trade Agreements and Association Agreements, and their negative impacts and possible alternatives. This includes advocacy work with target groups, including the institutions of the European Union and its member states.

2. Promote transparency and access to information within the framework of the EU Latin America relations, with special attention to the monitoring by civil society of trade agreements, presidential summits, the dialogue on human rights, among others.

3. Promote the opening of spaces for consultation and dialogue with the European institutions and the participation of civil society representatives, particularly human rights organizations, women and feminist organisations, indigenous peoples and social movements.

4. To raise awareness about violence against women, feminicide and the criminalisation of human rights defenders as a global problem in Europe and in Latina America and to contribute to the inclusion of its eradication as a priority within the bilateral and regional development cooperation between the two regions as well as the economic relations and political dialogue.

EU-Latin America Relations

The EU-LAT Network focuses on EU-Latin America policies, advocating for human rights to be respected, protected, guaranteed and promoted in the areas of political dialogue, cooperation and trade. In particular it strives to:

1. Contribute to the monitoring of Trade Agreements and Association Agreements, and their negative impacts and possible alternatives. This includes advocacy work with target groups, including the institutions of the European Union and its member states.

2. Promote transparency and access to information within the framework of the EU Latin America relations, with special attention to the monitoring by civil society of trade agreements, presidential summits, the dialogue on human rights, among others.

3. Promote the opening of spaces for consultation and dialogue with the European institutions and the participation of civil society representatives, particularly human rights organizations, women and feminist organisations, indigenous peoples and social movements.

4. To raise awareness about violence against women, feminicide and the criminalisation of human rights defenders as a global problem in Europe and in Latina America and to contribute to the inclusion of its eradication as a priority within the bilateral and regional development cooperation between the two regions as well as the economic relations and political dialogue.

EU-Latin America Relations

The EU-LAT Network focuses on EU-Latin America policies, advocating for human rights to be respected, protected, guaranteed and promoted in the areas of political dialogue, cooperation and trade. In particular it strives to:

1. Contribute to the monitoring of Trade Agreements and Association Agreements, and their negative impacts and possible alternatives. This includes advocacy work with target groups, including the institutions of the European Union and its member states.

2. Promote transparency and access to information within the framework of the EU Latin America relations, with special attention to the monitoring by civil society of trade agreements, presidential summits, the dialogue on human rights, among others.

3. Promote the opening of spaces for consultation and dialogue with the European institutions and the participation of civil society representatives, particularly human rights organizations, women and feminist organisations, indigenous peoples and social movements.

4. To raise awareness about violence against women, feminicide and the criminalisation of human rights defenders as a global problem in Europe and in Latina America and to contribute to the inclusion of its eradication as a priority within the bilateral and regional development cooperation between the two regions as well as the economic relations and political dialogue.

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