Entities of interest
The University of South Florida (USF), located in the city of Tampa (Florida, USA), is one of the largest public universities in North America. It currently has a major impact on academic research globally.
It is a private, non-profit higher education institution that has made a genuine commitment to the economic and social development of Puerto Rico. Its mission is to provide a diverse student population with opportunities to acquire personal and professional skills through education, research and community service, so that they become agents of change, lifelong learners and responsible partners in globalization and global sustainability.
The National University of Misiones (UNaM) is an Argentine public university located in the city of Posadas (Misiones, Argentina). One of its objectives is to foster regionally owned integration processes and internationalization, taking part in initiatives that favor the region and world’s development.
Located in Saxony (Germany), the Technical University of Dresden (TUD) is the largest Technical University in the country. With about 37,000 students, TUD is part of the eleven German universities identified with "Excellence University".
The University of Lisbon (UL) is one of the main universities in Portugal and one of the oldest in Europe, founded in Lisbon, the capital of Portugal, in 1911. It is a public university that receives some 6,900 international students, about 14.5% of the total number of students, from more than 100 different countries.
The National University of Itapúa (UNI) is an institution of public law and autonomous management with legal status, born in 1996. It has seven faculties, in addition to the Graduate School. Its main lines of research are linked to the areas of health, agriculture, livestock, legal sciences, economics, food technology, water, energy, education and development, biodiesel, concrete, hydraulics and electronics.
The Autonomous University of Encarnación is a private university institution founded in 2008 that offers quality higher education, safeguarding the rights of the individual and the community, within the requirements of truth and the common good.
The Salvador University (USAL) is a private institution of higher education founded by the Society of Jesus, guided by a humanistic an Christian conception that favors the training of caring people who are open to dialogue between science and faith. More than 30,000 people are currently studying at USAL undergraduate or postgraduate studies, with approximately 2,400 studentes from different countries.
OTHER UNIVERSITY ENTITIES
The CEI Andalucía TECH arises from the union between the University of Málaga (UMA) and the University of Seville (US). Through the Educational and Research Poles of Excellence, it promotes innovation, internationalization, talent attraction and sustainability.
The General Foundation of the University of Málaga (FGUMA) aims to promote and disseminate activities related to science, technology, art and humanities. It carries out training, research, dissemination, internationalisation and development cooperation activities, especially linked to Latin America.
The Franklin Institute of the University of Alcalá is the first University Institute of North American Research in Spain. Founded in 1987, its focuses on research and postgraduate education related to North American Studies and Bilingual Education through projects, scholarships and research support, and its dissemination in own publications and scientific events.
CINDA is a network of Ibero-American universities established as a non-profit organization, whose purpose is to promote links between higher education entities, to generate and disseminate knowledge, and to contribute to the development of education policies and university management.
Academic journal linked to the University of South Florida (USA), responsible for the dissemination of the artistic and literary work of Hispanic American authors, residing in or outside their own countries. Its profile is focused on defending the culture of Latin American peoples, principally in the United States, where their influence and extension is increasing.
Infoamérica (Iberoamerican Communication Review) is an academic journal that was born in 2002, guided to the study of communication and the media in the Ibero-American scenario. Directed by Professor Bernardo Díaz Nosty, it is currently associated with the UNESCO Chair in Communication of the University of Málaga.
Journal about social critics linked to the School of Social Sciences, Humanities and Communications of the Metropolitan University of Puerto Rico (UMET). It contains text, photography and audiovisual documents about and from the contemporary.
Monograma. Revista Iberoamericana de Cultura y Pensamiento is a journal composed of articles about different topics: Literature, Philosophy, Arts, Visual culture and theatrical creation in Spanish-speaking and Portuguese-speaking areas.
It is an electronic publication, promoted by the Association of French Speakers of the Spanish University (AFUE), with the aim of providing a free means of disseminating and discussing the research work of all those interested in or devoted to French and French-speaking studies.
Journal published by the team Amérique Latine Histoire et Mémoire from the Paris-VIII University and the ALHIM Association (Law of 1901), Les Cahiers ALHIM. The journal is devoted to the study of different themes of interest for Latin America (migrations, identities, education, religion, politics) with a historiographical approach that takes account of the memory-history bonimial.
Futuro en Español is a business forum that shows business opportunities in the Spanish-speaking world, cultural exchange and the possibilities of emerging economies, in this sense. Its aim is to foster relationships between institutions and companies in Spain and Latin America, thanks to the alliance between Vocento, CAF Development Bank of Latin America and other Latin American means.
The Fundación Consejo España – EEUU is an initiative composed of large corporations, cultural and academic institutions, members of the administration and representatives of political parties, created to foster existing links between society and Spanish and US institutions, allowing a better mutual understanding and generating new and profitable projects in all these areas.
Casa América is a public consortium whose aim is to strengthen bonds between Spain and the American continent, especially with Latin America. Seminars, conferences, round tables, exhibitions, film screenings, concerts, discussions, book presentations, etc. are organized with the aim of promoting an adequate climate to talk about American issues and to make known the different realities of that continent in Spain.
The Spanish Geographical Society is a non-profit organization whose aim is to recover the history of Spanish exploration and discovery in the world; to expand the geographic and social knowledge of the peoples; and to promote travelling projects that serve the investigation. It is a meeting forum for all institutions and people interested in geography, travel and exploration.
The Miguel de Cervantes Virtual Library began between 1998 and 1999 as a virtual collection of classic works in Hispanic languages with a library like arrangement and search system and free access from anywhere in the world through the Internet. The project has consolidated itself as an indisputable reference space for culture in Spanish and as an open, universal and integrating project.
The Vargas Llosa Chair is an initiative of the Miguel de Cervantes Virtual Library Foundation with universities, companies and cultural and educational institutions in Spain, Mexico, Peru, Colombia, USA, France and Sweden. Among its main objectives are the study of contemporary literature, the support of new Ibero-American literary creation and the dissemination of the work of Mario Vargas Llosa (Nobel Prize for Literature 2010).
Independent association constituted by a group of young entrepreneurs and professionals of recognized prestige from the civil society who see the need to strengthen the common bonds, fruit of more than 500 years of shared culture and history, between Puerto Rico and Spain. It aims to make known the socio-cultural, political and economic reality of Puerto Rico in Spain, and vice versa, as well as to contribute to the implementation of initiatives that benefit both communities
The Spanish Research Society in Ireland (SRSI) is a non-profit organization that brings together Spanish researchers from different disciplines in Ireland, facilitating networking and providing the resources and tools necessary to develop scientific activities.
The Ibero-American Teacher Network (IADN) is an educational community that aims to support the work of teaching professionals of all levels and modalities.
The Latin American Strategic Centre for Geopolitics (CELAG) is an institution dedicated to the research, study and analysis of the political, economic and social phenomena of Latin America, whose objective is to elaborate knowledge and instruments for decision makers of public policies, electoral strategies or social actions.
Latinobarómetro is a public opinion survey that applies annually about 20,000 interviews in 18 Latin American countries representing more than 600 million people. Corporación Latinobarómetro is a non-profit NGO, based in Santiago, Chile, that researches the development of democracy, the economy and society as a whole, using public opinion indicators that measure attitudes, values and behavior.
The Arecibo Observatory is a facility of the National Science Foundation operated under cooperative agreement by the University of Central Florida. AO is a world-leading radio astronomy, solar system radar and atmospheric physics facility, contributing highly relevant data to support discovery, innovation and the advancement of science for the well-being of human kind.
The only radio station in Spain with a space dedicated to Spanish-Irish cultural relations: Live on Éire, by Ger Sweeney.
Digital media for Mediterranean and Atlantic leaders, which aims to be the bridge of communication, information and understanding between cultures.
It is a prestigious Galician magazine with over 20 years of experience, which seeks depth and intellectual rigor. It deals with local, national and international issues through pages of information, opinion, debate and criticism of new currents of thought, new social and political trends, and new artistic and literary proposals.
The Atlantic is a publication founded in 1857, with the aim of creating a magazine that is indispensable for a type of reader who is deeply committed to the most important issues. Its principles are: Reason must always guide opinion; ideas have consequences, sometimes global historical consequences; the knowledge we have about the world is partial and provisional, and is subject to analysis, scrutiny and revision.
Ibercampus is an informative digital publication about Education and Knowledge. It aims to contribute to the universality by providing daily information and an analysis of the plural reality, giving priority to understanding, consensus and cooperation.