Oradores 2012

Rector UNAMJose Narro Robles, Rector de la Universidad Nacional AutĂłnoma de MĂ©xico

Cuadragésima Octava Cátedra - "La Educación y el Desarrollo en las Américas”
19 de junio de 2012




Alberto Aleman ZubietaIng. Alberto Alemán Zubieta, Administrador del Canal de Panamá

Cuadragésima Sexta Cátedra - "El Canal de Panama: Ampliando el Desarrollo en las Américas”
13 de marzo de 2012


Oradores 2011

Christiana FigueresChristiana Figueres, Secretaria Ejecutiva de la Comisión Marco de Naciones Unidas sobre Cambio Climático

Cuadragésima Quinta Cátedra - "Cambio Climático: Lo que las Américas Pueden y Deben Hacer”
13 de mayo de 2011


Jean PingJean Ping, Presidente de la ComisiĂłn de la UniĂłn Africana

Cuadragésima Cuarta Cátedra - "Perspectivas Regionales sobre la Democracia: Celebrando Diez Años de la Carta Democrática Interamericana”
15 de abril de 2011


Oradores 2010

Angel GurriaAngel GurrĂ­a, Secretario General de la OrganizaciĂłn para la CooperaciĂłn EconĂłmica y el Desarrollo

Cuadragésima Tercera Cátedra - "Presentación del Informe de la OECD: Perspectivas Económicas de América Latina 2011”
6 de diciembre de 2010


Angeles MastrettaAngeles Mastretta, Autora y Periodista mexicana

Cuadragésima Segunda Cátedra - "Decidiendo Nuestros Destinos”
5 de octubre de 2010




Logo OEAOscar Luis Castañeda, Alcalde de Lima, Perú
Desmond Mckenzie, Alcalde de Kingston
Enrique Peñalosa, Ex Alcalde de Bogotá

Cuadragésima Primera Cátedra - "Perspectivas de la Alcaldía: Mejores Ciudades para Vivir Mejor”
14 de septiembre de 2010


De LaiglesiaJuan Pablo De Laiglesia, Secretario de España para Iberoamérica

CuadragĂ©sima  Cátedra - "Tras la IV Cumbre de Madrid: Perspectivas de Futuro en las Relaciones Europa-AmĂ©rica Latina y el Caribe”
4 de junio 2010


Thomas BuergenthalThomas Buergenthal, Especialista en derecho internacional y Derechos Humanos y Juez de la Corte Internacional de Justicia

Trigésima Novena Cátedra - "Nunca Más: Entendiendo el Pasado para Prevenir Genocidios en el Futuro”
14 de abril de 2010


Oradores 2009

Alicia BarcenaAlicia Barcena, Executive Secretary, Economic Commission for Latin America and the Caribbean (ECLAC)

Thirty Eighth Lecture - "In Search of Solutions to the Financial Crisis: Measures Taken and Future Challenges”
October 5, 2009


Jennifer Mary ShipleyJennifer Mary Shipley, Ex Prime Minister of New Zealand

Thirty Séptima Cátedra - "Peace, Security and Participation: The Case for Shared Societies"
September 22, 2009


Jean-Louis BruguiereJean-Louis Bruguiere, former Vice President, terrorism section, Paris Court of High Claims

Thirty Sexta Cátedra - “The Fight against Terrorism and the Promotion of Democratic Values"
June 22, 2009


Luigi R. EinaudiLuigi R. Einaudi, ex Secretario General Adjunto de la OEA

Trigésima Quinta Cátedra - “Las Relaciones entre los Estados Unidos y las Américas Post V Cumbre de las Américas "
14 de mayo de 2009 (Universidad San Martín de Porres – Lima, Perú)


Terry DavisTerry Davis, Secretary General, Council of Europe

Thirty Fourth Lecture - "The Universality of Human Rights and the Work of the Council of Europe"
March 18, 2009


RaĂşl Bao GarcĂ­aRaĂşl Bao GarcĂ­a, President, Universidad San MartĂ­n de Porres, Lima, Peru

Thirty Third Lecture - "The Challenges of Globalization and the New Role of Universities in the Hemisphere"
February 4, 2009


Michael M. CrowMichael M. Crow, President, Arizona State University

Thirty Third Lecture - "The Challenges of Globalization and the New Role of Universities in the Hemisphere"
February 4, 2009


Rafael Rangel SostmannRafael Rangel Sostmann, Rector, Instituto TecnolĂłgico y de Estudios Superiores de Monterrey

Thirty Third Lecture - "The Challenges of Globalization and the New Role of Universities in the Hemisphere"
February 4, 2009


Luis Alberto MorenoLuis Alberto Moreno, President of the Inter-American Development Bank  

Thirty-second Lecture - "The Financial Crisis and its Impact on the Americas"
January 12, 2009


Oradores 2008

Robert B. ZoellickRobert B. Zoellick, President of the World Bank Group

Thirty Primera Cátedra - "A Conversation on the Inter-American Agenda"
December 8, 2008


Roberto RodriguesRoberto Rodrigues, Former Minister of Agriculture and Co-President of the Inter-American Ethanol Commission

Thirtieth Lecture - "Facing Energy Security in the Americas through Agroenergy Sources"
October 28, 2008


Josette SheeranJosette Sheeran, Executive Director of the World Food Program

Twenty Ninth Lecture - “Confronting the Challenge of the Global Food Crisis in the Americas"
July 29, 2008


James AnayaJames Anaya, Professor of Human Rights Law and Policy and U.N. Special Rapporteur on the Situation of Human Rights and Fundamental Freedoms of Indigenous Peoples

Twenty Eighth Lecture - “Indigenous Peoples and their Contribution to the International Human Rights System"
April 17, 2008


Bill RichardsonBill Richardson, Gobernador de Nuevo MĂ©xico y ex Candidato Presidencial de Los Estados Unidos

Vigésima Séptima Cátedra - “Inmigración y Asuntos Hemisféricos"
1 de abril de 2008


Eduardo SteinEduardo Stein, ex Vicepresidente de Guatemala

Vigésima Sexta Cátedra - "La Estrategia Política para la Gobernabilidad: La Importancia del Ambito Regional"
25 de marzo de 2008


Oradores 2007

Joseph StiglitzJoseph Stiglitz, 2001 Nobel Laureate in Economics

Twenty Fifth Lecture - “Development Challenges in a Globalized World"
December 17, 2007 (Lima - Peru)


Matilde RibeiroMatilde Ribeiro, Brazil’s Special Secretary for the Promotion of Racial Equality Policies

Twenty Fourth Lecture - “Combating racism and discrimination: A Policy of Inclusion”
December 4, 2007


Kemal DervisKemal Dervis, United Nations Development Program (UNDP) Administrator

Twenty Third Lecture -“Financial Markets, Social Justice and Democracy: Where is the path to equitable and sustainable growth?”
October 23, 2007


Wan ExiangWan Exiang, Vice President of the Supreme People’s Court of the People’s Republic of China

Twenty Second Lecture -“Judicial Reform in China: Latest Developments and Potential Challenges”
September 25, 2007


Ricardo Lagos EscobarRicardo Lagos Escobar, ex Presidente de Chile

Vigésima Primera Cátedra - “Próximos desafíos de América Latina”
19 de julio de 2007


Trinidad JiménezTrinidad Jiménez, Secretaria de Estado de España para Iberoamérica

Vigésima Cátedra - “España y América: una historia para el futuro”
24 de mayo de 2007


Oscar SantamarĂ­aOscar SantamarĂ­a, Former Foreign Minister of El Salvador

Nineteenth Lecture - “Reconciliation Processes in the Americas: The Case of El Salvador”
February 16, 2007


Fidel Chávez MenaFidel Chávez Mena, Former Foreign Minister of El Salvador

Nineteenth Lecture - “Reconciliation Processes in the Americas: The Case of El Salvador”
February 16, 2007


Soledad AlvearSoledad Alvear, Senadora chilena

Décimo Octava Cátedra - “La participación política de la mujer en las Américas”
23 de enero de 2007


Oradores 2006

Huguette LabelleHuguette Labelle, President of Transparency International

Seventeenth Lecture - “Beyond Words and Paper: Why the Americas Must Act Against Corruption”
November 28, 2006


George SorosGeorge Soros, Presidente y fundador del Soros Fund y del Open Society Institute

Decimosexta Cátedra - “Retos de la Sociedad Abierta”
3 de octubre de 2006


Jeffrey M. PuryearJeffrey M. Puryear, Vice President for social policy at the Inter-American Dialogue and director of the Inter-American Dialogue's Education Program - The Partnership for Educational Revitalization in the Americas (PREAL)

Fifteenth Lecture - “Challenges of the Education in Latin America and the Caribbean”
August 29, 2006 (Lima, PerĂş)


Nicholas NegroponteNicholas Negroponte, founder of the Massachusetts Institute of Technology (MIT) Media Lab and Director of the One Lap-Top per Child initiative

Fourteenth Lecture - “One Laptop per Child”
July 25, 2006


Baltasar GarzĂłnBaltasar GarzĂłn, Spanish investigating judge

Thirteenth Lecture - “Judicial Power and Impunity”
April 18, 2006


Fernando Henrique CardosoFernando Henrique Cardoso, Ex Presidente del Brazil

Decimosegunda Cátedra - "El Estado de la Democracia en América Latina"
30 de marzo de 2006


Jeffrey SachsJeffrey Sachs, Director, Earth Institute at Columbia University, Quetelet Professor of Sustainable Development, Professor of Health Policy and Management and Special Advisor to the UN on the Millennium Development Goals

Eleventh Lecture - "New Approaches to Economic Directions in Latin America"
March 14, 2006


Oradores 2005

Cheng SiweiCheng Siwei, Vice President of the National Congress of the People’s Republic of China

Tenth Lecture - "China and Latin America and the Caribbean: A Promising Future"
December 6, 2005


George AlleyneGeorge Alleyne, Director Emeritus of the Pan-American Health Organization

Ninth Lecture - "Health for Development"
October 11, 2005


Felipe GonzalezFelipe Gonzalez, former President of Spain

Eighth Lecture - "Challenges Confronting Latin America and the Caribbean"
September 13, 2005


José Miguel InsulzaJosé Miguel Insulza, Secretario General de la OEA

Séptima Cátedra - "Balance, Retos y Perspectiva del Sistema Interamericano"
15 de julio de 2005 (Universidad San MartĂ­n de Porres en Lima, PerĂş)


Alejandro MirĂł QuesadaAlejandro MirĂł Quesada, Presidente de la AsociaciĂłn Interamericana de Prensa

Sexta Cátedra - "Periodismo y Gobernabilidad en América Latina y el Caribe"
28 de junio de 2005


John TaylorJohn Taylor, former Under Secretary of the US Treasury for International Affairs

Fifth Lecture - "Latin America: From Economic Crisis to Economic Growth"
May 17, 2005


Derek WalcottDerek Walcott, Nobel Literature Laureate

Fourth Lecture - "An Integrated Americas: A Caribbean View"
April 12, 2005


Philippe KirschPhilippe Kirsch, President of the International Criminal Court

Third Lecture - "International Criminal Court and the Enforcement of International Justice"
March 31, 2005


Enrique IglesiasEnrique Iglesias, former President of the Inter-American Development Bank

Second Lecture - "The Americas: From Economic Integration to Full Cooperation"
February 8, 2005


Jimmy CarterJimmy Carter, ex Presidente de los Estados Unidos

Primera Cátedra - “La promesa y los peligros de la democracia”
25 de enero de 2005