José Francisco Calí Tzay, Special Rapporteur United Nations Commission on Human Rights, will speak about the rights of indigenous peoples during a keynote address at AAPLAC 2022. Mr. Calí Tzay is Maya Kaqchikel from Guatemala, with experience in defending the rights of Indigenous Peoples, both in Guatemala and at the level of the United Nations and the OAS.
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Registration is now open for the 2022 AAPLAC Conference, February 16-19, at the University of Arizona in Tucson. Register now!
You are cordially invited by Professor Abel Ruben Hernández Ulloa, University of Guanajuato, and the other members of the AAPLAC Board to a dialogue on international student exchange and intercultural learning. There will be simultaneous interpretation during the event on Wednesday, October 27, and AAPLAC partners will be contributing from Cuba, Ecuador, different regions of Mexico and the United States.
AAPLAC seeks papers for our 33rd Annual Conference to be held in a hybrid format February 16-19, 2022 at the University of Arizona in Tucson, Arizona.
AAPLAC's 33rd Annual Conference will be a hybrid event in Tucson, Arizona, with a guest emphasis on Indigenous and Native Nation Initiatives, a variety of participant presentations and discussions on the conference themes, and a cultural excursion.
If you missed our free, virtual AAPLAC 2021 Prelude to Tucson conference on February 18-19, catch the replay by visiting the Prelude program.
We have selected the work of 39 artists and videographers for presentation on our website, and we welcome you to view, engage, comment and exchange ideas on all you find in our Video and Image Gallery.
The Association of Academic Programs in Latin America and the Caribbean greets you with a new look, a new site and a growing set of resources, spotlights and features. You will find news and interviews with many of the dynamic set of community-based NGOs,...
Study abroad offers college students the opportunity to expand their understanding of culture and others. Learn about building the Interim in Ecuador program with Dr. Brian Jennings, Associate Professor of Sociology with an interest in sustainability.
Things were already not looking good for international students before Harvard and MIT sought a legal remedy to the current administration’s plan to limit or deny student visas. Read on. Based on a survey of U.S. colleges and universities launched in April 2020...