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Welcome to the SID Buenos Aires Chapter's New Executive Board Members
The Buenos Aires Chapter (SIDbaires) presented new authorities in a meeting in which its members reaffirmed their commitment to continue to work in the construction of inclusive...
The Communications Teachings of Benedict
By Marcelo J. García* Catholics of the world might be tempted to blame Twitter for Benedict XVI’s decision to quit the helm of the Holy See. The resigning pope left Vatican City...
Argentina and the politics of survival
by Marcelo J. García and Ximena Schinca The fresh images of public anger over belt-tightening policies written by technocrats coming from Europe seem over a decade old for those...
SID Baires launch of Development 55.2 on 'Citizenship for Change'
SIDbaires’ seminar on the topic of development consisted of a series of nine conferences covering SIDbaires’ core definition of development including macroeconomics; political...
What is the Debate Missing from a Southern Perspective?
by Benito de Miguel I agree with Darius Mans when he says in his blog-post on Economic Progress, Empowerment and Social Inclusion that an international context marked by the...
The Development Debate Needs to Look Back at its Origins
Interview with Mariano and Benito de Miguel, SIDbaires Chapter, Buenos Aires, Argentina. Angela Zarro (AZ): SIDbaires is one of the oldest chapters of SID. According to your...
Latin America: A sovereign way of meeting the MDGs
by Fernando Zack The Millennium Development Goals are a horizon that should guide the implementation of public policies in all countries worldwide. They focus on the need to...
Communication at the heart of change. Reflections from SIDbaires Chapter
by Marcelo Garcia Communication is at the heart of change, not simply as mediation but as an arena where a community builds its destiny via politics. In our hyper-media societies...