The Governor of Victoria, the Hon Linda Dessau, met with the Ambassador of Colombia, HE Mr Jaime Bueno-Miranda (center), to discuss Victoria’s part in the Australia-Colombia relationship @InvestVictoria @TradeVictoria Embajada de Australia en Colombia y Venezuela
Australian National Centre for Latin American Studies (ANCLAS)...
invites you to
“Latin America and Australia: much more than the TPP”
6:30 pm, Tuesday 27 March 2018
Theatre 2.02 Sir Roland Wilson, Building #120,
120 McCoy Circuit, ANU
On 23 January 2018, 11 countries - Australia, Brunei Darussalam, Canada, Chile, Japan, Malaysia, Mexico, New Zealand, Peru, Singapore and Vietnam - reached agreement on the final Comprehensive and Progressive Agreement for Trans-Pacific Partnership at an officials-level meeting in Tokyo, Japan.
The first policy forum presented by the Australian National Centre for Latin American Studies (ANCLAS), “Latin America and Australia: much more than the TPP” will serve to create a space for the Latin American Embassies, Council on Australia Latin America Relations (COALAR) and Department of Foreign Affairs and Trade (DFAT) for a dialogue to expose and discuss ideas and questions about strategic collaborations between the diverse regions of Latin America and Australia in the wider Australasia Pacific area.
His Excellency Mr Patricio Fernando Powell Osorio, Embassy of the Republic of Chile
His Excellency Mr Eduardo Patricio Peña Haller, Embassy of Mexico
His Excellency Mr Miguel Julian Palomino De La Gala, Embassy of the Republic of Peru
His Excellency Dr Ricardo Javier Varela Fernandez, Embassy of Uruguay
Dr Anthea McCarthy-Jones, UNSW, Canberra
More detail of the Forum will be sent out as soon as it becomes available.
For further information about this event, please contact: email@example.com
This forum is free and open to the public
It was great to see the Australian National Centre for Latin American Studies, ANU Vice-Chancellor, Latin American Ambassadors in Australia, ISP, ANIP and the Vice-dean of GRULAC, together at the ANU, for a roundtable discussion led by Dr. Elisabeth Mayer, Director of ANCLAS.
ANCLAS is delighted to announce that Dr Sean Burges has been named recipient of the prestigious Latin American Studies Association’s 2018 Luciano Tomassini Latin American International Relations Book Award for his book Brazil in the World: The International Relations of a South American Giant (Manchester University Press) [http://www.manchesteruniversitypress.co.uk/9781526107404/]. The award will be formally presented this May in Barcelona at the Association’s annual convention, which will include participation of over 7,000 Latin Americanists from around the world. Further details on the Tomassini Award can be found here [http://lasa.international.pitt.edu/…/co…/tomassini_about.asp]
The Latin American Film Festival in Australia 2017 edition opening night with representatives from Council on Australia Latin America Relations (COALAR), Australian National Centre for Latin American Studies (ANCLAS), the Latin American Embassies in Canberra and Australian Government officials.
D-Day Venezuela: Is it time to invade Venezuela to rescue democracy?
As conditions in Venezuela worsen and millions face famine, Harvard Professor Ricardo Hausm...ann has called for a military intervention to save Venezuelans from their government. Source: http://bit.ly/2DSZdt6
In this rejoinder Dr Sean Burges insists that invading Venezuela is a 'terrible idea' – 'it's not going to happen. Nor would it work.'
Tomorrows Program for Day of the Dead Fiesta - 2017 - Canberra.
A great line up of Latin American music and culture
- - - SET TIMES - - -
1:00pm - Doors - DJ Dede + MC Frank Madrid
1:15pm - Super Rats - Romanian Gypsy
2:15pm - Tambores Onofri - Live Percussion
2:25pm - ...Kallidad - Trash Flamenco
3:30pm - Lucha Fantastica - Mexican Wrestling
4:50pm - The New MonoS - Cumbia Reggae Hiphop
5:45pm - KIDS PIÑATA w/ Raio de Sol Canberra Community Samba Band
6:00pm - Nativösoul - Soul Latin Reggae
7:10pm - Mexico Lindo - Dance Performance
7:25pm - Los Chavos - Latin Ska Cumbia
8:30pm - EVENT ENDS (head to Mexican Wrestling!)
** FREE BUS TO FULL MEXICAN WRESTLING SHOW **
(18+ only : Lucha Libre - Day of The Dead Battle - Mexican Wrestling)
This weekend - a unique Mexican cultural tradition takes place for the first time in Canberra - Lucha Libre - Day of The Dead Battle - Mexican Wrestling
Costa Rica : Approach to global sustainable development - Public Lecture full video
Tonight's event is Feeling Piazzolla - film screening.
The Costa Rican Foreign Minister, Manuel Gonzalex-Sanz, has commenced his visit to Australia. Pictured here with the Airport Economist, Tim Harcourt, in Sydney today. #COALARGrant
Australia en México, Centroamérica, Cuba y República Dominicana Jairo Hernandez
The Embassy of Argentina and the Australian National Centre for Latin American Studies proudly present "Feeling Piazzolla", the first documentary that is entirely dedicated to the legendary Argentine composer and musician Astor Piazzolla dubbed ‘tango revolutionary’.
The screening of "Feeling Piazzolla" will be introduced by Marcela Fiorillo, Performance Teaching Fellow, ANU.
“Feeling Piazzolla” analyses the melancholy in the music of one of Argentina’s most internationally ...acclaimed composers. The documentary also explores Piazzolla’s personality and relates certain episodes of his life based on his own records and through the accounts of his son Daniel Piazzolla, a musician himself, Laura Escalada (his second wife and the President of the Astor Piazzolla Foundation) as well as other important artistic personalities and his contemporaries such as Horacio Ferrer, Daniel Binelli, Guillermo Bermúdez and Victor Oliveros.
The film also features dance sequences choreographed by Fernanda Ganz and the music score performed by the renowned musicians Daniel Binelli (bandoneon), Olga Pinchuk (violin) and Guillermo Stamponi (piano).
“Feeling Piazzolla”, directed by Pablo Rho and based on Guillermo Stamponi’s script, is a product of years of investigation, which presents little known material and is a unique opportunity to understand Piazzolla’s music and its capacity to thrill the whole world.
The showing of the film will be followed by light food and beverages through the kind support of the Embassy of the Argentine Republic.
The Film is in Spanish with English subtitles.
Admission is free. No RSVP required.