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Baltasar Garzon
Transatlantic Dialogues: Spain, Latin America, the United States and the communications media
(New York)

Monday, September 26, 6:00 p.m. (download press release)
King Juan Carlos Chair: Baltasar Garzon
Transatlantic Dialogues: Spain, Latin America, the United States and the communications media


What influence does the communications industry exercise on relations between Spain, the United States and Latin America? What does the media bring to the development of an integrated community between countries united by historical, economic, political and cultural ties? What impact are the new technologies (internet, satellite radio, weblogs, etc.) having on public opinion?

Participants (please note changes):
- Javier Martin-Dominguez, Chief of Staff, RTVE, Spain
- Susan Chira, Foreign Editor, The New York Times, US
- Javier Moreno Barber, Deputy Director, El Pais, Spain
- Chris Crommett, Senior Vice President, CNN en Espanol, US
- Leopoldo Gomez, Vice Presidente Noticieros, Televisa, Mexico


Moderated by: Hon. Judge Baltasar Garzon


There are still seats avaliable! Please visit the following website to reserve a seat: www.nyu.edu/spain.today/. Inquiries at (212) 998-3650.


This series will take place at NYUs Hemmerdinger Hall, located at 100 Washington Square East. Simulcast will be available at the King Juan Carlos Center Auditorium.


Thursday, September 29, 7:15 p.m. (download program)
Special Human Rights Film & Video Screenings from
Latin America presented in collaboration with
Human Rights Watch International Film Festival


Pinochets Children (Paula Rodriguez, 83m)
Alejandro Goic was sixteen, Enrique Paris, twelve, and Carolina Toha eight years old, when General Pinochet seized power in Chile on September 11, 1973. During the coup Alejandro and Carolina lost their fathers, and all three lost their innocence and their youth. And eventually all went on to become powerful student leaders in the tumultuous eighties. With thoughtful, emotional interviews and rich archival footage, Pinochets Children is a remarkable film that beautifully renders three people's course of life against the background of the socio-political developments in their homeland.


In Spanish with English subtitles. More info at www.nyu.edu/kjc or at www.hrw.org/iff



 

 
 
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