Vol. 61 Nbr. 4, July 2009
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- About this edition.
- Political effects of the economic crisis.
- The economic crisis: a major challenge for Latin America and the Caribbean.
- Beyond the international crisis: economy, politics, and culture.
- Latin America and the global crisis: a firm foundation yields dividends.
- Political ramifications of the economic crisis.
- Some reflections on the crisis.
- Responses to the international financial crisis in Latin America and the Caribbean.
- The current state of affairs and challenges facing the region in the next five years.
- Economic crisis: a response based on social justice and decent work.
- Fifth summit of the Americas.
- G20 summit in London.
- OAS General Assembly: towards a culture of non-violence.
- Commemorating human rights: the Organization of American States continues its commitment to the recognition of the dignity of mankind through the work of the Inter-American Commission on Human Rights.
- Memory and democracy: close, ongoing collaboration among states, civil society, and the Inter-American Commission and Court has been central to the Functioning of the inter-American human rights system.
- Our diassapeared.
- Heart and soul: Colombian singer-superstar Juanes is raising awareness about the devastating effects of landmines in his country and throughout the world.
- Commitment to education: from agricultural instruction in Central America, to rural teaching experiences in Argentina, to advances in sign language communication in Jamaica; fundamental developments in learning are advancing the next generation of intellectuals who will be the leaders of the future.
- Masters of migration: thanks to the efforts of scientists and nature enthusiasts world-wide, the majestic monarch butterfly sanctuaries in Mexico are being protected for future generations.
- An abnormal quantity of rain: (chronicle of last judgement).