Winds of authoritarianism and unrest are blowing across Latin America. While there are some bright spots in the region, recent events in Venezuela, Mexico, Argentina and Chile make this arguably the most challenging moment for liberty in Latin America since the "lost decade" of the 1980s.

At The Center for Latin America's Annual Dinner we'll discuss the way forward for this diverse and complex region. Our program will feature a keynote address from Ricardo López Murphy of Argentina and a special recognition of the exiled Cuban author, Carlos Alberto Montaner, along with words of welcome from Roberto Salinas León (Director, Center for Latin America) and Brad Lips (CEO, Atlas Network).

This event is by invitation only. Contact for more information.