About NeST LATAM
The Latin American chapter of the Network of Southern Think Tanks (NeST LATAM) aims to provide a platform for Latin American Think-Tanks and research institutions to collaborate in systematizing, consolidating and sharing knowledge on South-South and Triangular Cooperation (SSTrC), development cooperation and other international development issues. Founding members of the NeST LATAM, organizing the Winter School, are: BRICS Policy Center/PUCRio, Articulação Sul e IPEA, from Brazil, Instituto Mora and Universidad Anáhuac, from México, Universidade Nacional de Quilmes, Universidade Nacional de Rosário e Universidade Nacional de San Martin, from Argentina.
About NeST LATAM
The Latin American chapter of the Network of Southern Think-Tanks (NeST LATAM) is organizing the first edition of the NeST LATAM Winter School on South-South and Triangular cooperation: Multistakeholder partnerships and financing for development.
It is a 45-hour course and will provide a rigorous introduction to fundamental concepts, theories and perspectives of SSTrC, as well as to its actors and processes. In our advanced courses, the participants will have the opportunity to deepen their understanding of (i) the international development cooperation agenda; (ii) instruments and modalities; (iii) capacity building; (iv) financing; and (v) monitoring and evaluation. The NeST LATAM Winter School is open to postgraduate students and young professionals (scholars, civil society’s representatives, diplomats, NGO staffers, government officials, lawyers, and international organizations’ employees, among others) interested in international cooperation for development, with a particular focus on issues, questions and experiences related to the Global South. In exceptional cases, undergraduate students with outstanding academic performance, and who intend to pursue a postgraduate degree in international cooperation or related areas, might be accepted.