Sunday, September 25, 2011

Daniel Chavez Moran: Latin American-European Relations

Daniel Chavez Moran on European relations
Retired businessman Daniel Chavez Moran announces the international seminar, "Latin America and Europe and its Global Relationships," sponsored by the non-profit Vidanta Foundation, will take place on Sep. 13, 2011, in Buenos Aires, Argentina. The meeting will be held at the Torcuato Di Tella University, an associated institution of the Vidanta Foundation.  The seminar is cosponsored by the magazine Nueva Sociedad, and its participants will be prominent figures from Europe and Latin America.

“A non-profit private university...Located in the Belgrano neighbourhood of Buenos Aires, Argentina, it has an undergraduate enrollment of 1,200 students and a graduate enrollment of 1,300. The university is focused primarily on social sciences. The undergraduates majors available are economics, business administration, law, political science, international relations, history and more recently, architecture. The university also offers 28 graduate programs.

“Universidad Torcuato Di Tella was founded in 1991, with the mission of educating new generations of academics, and business, social and political leaders. It was founded by the Torcuato di Tella Foundation, making use of the experience and resources of the Torcuato di Tella Institute. The latter, a non-profit institute founded in 1958 to promote research in the interest of scientific, cultural and artistic development in Argentina, became a leading local center for avant-garde art during the 1960s. The establishments' namesake, Torcuato di Tella, had been a leading Argentine industrialist through his Siam di Tella conglomerate (founded in 1911).”

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