The aim of the Advisory Council on Latin American and Iberian Information Resources (ACLAIIR) is to advance knowledge in its two fields of interest, Latin America and Iberia. Particularly by acting as a focus for Latin American and Iberian studies in libraries of all kinds.
An independent professional organization devoted to the promotion of Caribbean studies from a multidisciplinary, multicultural point of view.
Latin America Bureau brings an alternative, critical awareness and understanding of Latin America to readers across the English-speaking world, whether activists, academics, researchers or the business community.
The Society for Caribbean Studies aims to advance public education about the Caribbean and its diasporas and to encourage and disseminate research on all aspects of the Caribbean region and its peoples.
Women in Spanish & Portuguese Studies aims to provide a challenging but informal forum that allows a wide network of female colleagues, research-active or interested in feminist and gender studies to promote and explore the interactions between feminist theories, practices and methodologies within the Luso-Hispanic world and women academics in Britain and Ireland.
The Association of Hispanists of Great Britain and Ireland aims to promote scholarly research in Great Britain and Ireland into the study of the languages and cultures of the Hispanic and Lusophone world.
Centre for Latin American Research and Documentation, Amsterdam promotes Latin American Studies in the Netherlands, Europe and beyond, by conducting and stimulating relevant and original research on developments in Latin America and distributing the results of this research via academic education and publications.
The Latin American Studies Association (LASA) is the largest professional Association in the world for individuals and institutions engaged in the study of Latin America.
UKCASA (United Kingdom Council for Area Studies Associations) is a Council made up of Area Studies Associations in the UK
UK’s leading forum for contacts, thought-leadership and pragmatic debate on Latin American political, economic and social trends and issues, and business risks and opportunities.
The Latin American Council of Social Sciences (CLACSO) is a non-governmental international organization with UNESCO associate status, established in 1967.
Información e investigación europeas sobre América Latina. El Portal es fruto de la cooperación entre las redes REDIAL y CEISAL; su objetivo es ofrecer un completo sistema de información especializado en la investigación europea en Ciencias Humanas y Sociales sobre América Latina.
The Society for Irish Latin American Studies was founded to promote the study of relations between Ireland and Latin American countries.
Photo: Molly Avery. Street art in Xela (Quetzaltenango).