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The next wave of disruption: Emerging market media use of artificial intelligence and machine learning

July 19, 2021

In frontier and emerging media markets across the globe, there are many new opportunities in newsrooms to innovate through artificial intelligence, machine learning and data processing. In this report, IMS, The Fix and the Latin American Centre for Investigative Journalism (The CLIP) have drawn the lens to fast-rising developmental changes capable of driving digital transformation in business and journalism by understanding how those newsrooms can use technology to develop a data and user-led approach to newsgathering, content, distribution, marketing and sales, and post-sale services.

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Japan and the Western Hemisphere: Joint Cooperation to Develop Post-Pandemic Supply Chains

May 24, 2021

The report is intended to serve as a guide for public and private sector partners in the Americas and Japan on ways to foster deeper economic and social ties. In the context of Covid recovery, now is the time for a new way forward based on shared values, deepening digital and technological cooperation, and prioritizing sectors where sustainable gains can be achieved by all parties.

Hacia un nuevo marco legal para las donaciones en Chile: análisis comparado entre Chile, América Latina, OCDE

May 19, 2020

El presente estudio revisa la legislación de Chile en comparación con países con alto nivel de desarrollo de filantropía miembros de la OCDE y países de América Latina. A la luz del diagnóstico que existe respecto de las dificultades que plantea el marco legal chileno, disperso en múltiples legislaciones incongruentes entre ellas, este estudio permite comprender cómo estos diferentes países tratan elementos fundamentales de un marco legal que facilite el desarrollo de la filantropía. Así, en esta publicación es posible vislumbrar cómo los países han avanzado hacia marcos legales integrados en una Ley General de Filantropía, donde el criterio de bien público es central para determinar las instituciones donatarias y otorgar beneficios tributarios, donde se facilita la donación de la herencia y la constitución de endowments y donde la transparencia permite no sólo construir confianza entre los actores, sino también de cara a la opinión pública. El estudio revisa estos temas, destaca distintos casos y propone una serie de recomendaciones para modernizar el marco legal chileno, a partir de las lecciones derivadas del análisis comparativo tanto de países que cuentan con una práctica filantrópica robusta como de países de la región con un ethos histórico cultural y económico compartido.

Preliminary Analysis of the Findings of the Final Report on the OAS Audit

December 12, 2019

The OAS final audit of the Bolivian elections, published on December 4th, concludes that there was "intentional manipulation" and "serious irregularities" that make it impossible to verify the results of the election. Members of the de facto government and other critics of former president Evo Morales have used the findings of the OAS audit to corroborate allegations of electoral fraud leveled in the hours and days following the vote. But the following analysis shows that the report itself presents a biased and misleading account of the audit's findings, presenting serious inaccuracies and downplaying or ignoring altogether any evidence that runs counter to the fraud narrative that the OAS has promoted since the day after the election.This analysis is not meant to serve as a validation of the electoral results themselves. Rather, it is an analysis of the OAS's actual findings and of the neutrality and rigor of the audit itself. This is not about supporting one political party or candidate over another. Nor is it solely about Bolivia. This is about the need for independent electoral observation in the hemisphere, and about accountability for an organization that has abandoned any semblance of neutrality under the leadership of Secretary General Luis Almagro.

Knowledge Horizons: Learning from Four Decades of Funding Field Research in Latin America

October 19, 2019

Since 1979, the Tinker Foundation has funded the Field Research Grant (FRG) Program to establish linkages among researchers to promote the study of Latin America and support relationship-building between institutions and individuals in the United States and Latin America. Through the FRG Program, Tinker has disbursed grants to over 40 Centers for Latin American Studies totaling more than $6.5 million; Centers have provided over $4 million in matched funds. The program has supported nearly 9,000 individuals to conduct field research in Latin America, namely master's- and doctorate-level graduate students. In 2019, in consideration of the 40th anniversary of the FRG Program, the Tinker Foundation commissioned the Institute of International Education (IIE) to conduct a strategic review of the FRG Program, measuring the extent to which the program has completed its intended goals and its relevance today.

Access to Resources for Civil Society Organisations in Latin America

August 1, 2019

In this report, we present a summary of our findings, which we hope will contribute to depicting the funding landscape for CSOs in Latin America. We do so with the ambition of stimulating debates based on empirical evidence, rethinking civil society funding practices and promoting actions that democratise access to predictable flows of resources to strengthen the autonomy, sustainability and diversity of civil society.

Learnings and Legacies from the Field: The W.K. Kellogg Foundation’s legacy of opportunity, racial equity and civic renewal in Latin America and the Caribbean from 1986 - 2010 (English)

March 1, 2019

The W.K. Kellogg Foundation has been working in Latin America since 1942. This volume captures the story and lessons learned from 1986 to 2010, spanning a time when the foundation made major shifts in strategy to respond to the growth of democracy, globalization, regional natural disasters and political/economic turmoil. The 26-page companion summary explores the people and projects that have informed the Kellogg Foundation's strategic direction over the years and the gains they've made to improve the lives of children and families in the diverse region.

Learnings and Legacies from the Field: The W.K. Kellogg Foundation’s legacy of opportunity, racial equity and civic renewal in Latin America and the Caribbean from 1986 - 2010 (Companion Summary) English

March 1, 2019

The W.K. Kellogg Foundation has been working in Latin America since 1942. This volume captures the story and lessons learned from 1986 to 2010, spanning a time when the foundation made major shifts in strategy to respondto the growth of democracy, globalization, regional natural disasters and political/economic turmoil. The 26-page companion summary explores the people and projects that have informed the Kellogg Foundation's strategic direction over the years and the gains they've made to improve the lives of children and families in the diverse region.

Learnings and Legacies from the Field: The W.K. Kellogg Foundation’s legacy of opportunity, racial equity and civic renewal in Latin America and the Caribbean from 1986 - 2010 (Companion Summary) Spanish

March 1, 2019

The W.K. Kellogg Foundation has been working in Latin America since 1942. This volume captures the story and lessons learned from 1986 to 2010, spanning a time when the foundation made major shifts in strategy to respondto the growth of democracy, globalization, regional natural disasters and political/economic turmoil. The 26-page companion summary explores the people and projects that have informed the Kellogg Foundation's strategic direction over the years and the gains they've made to improve the lives of children and families in the diverse region.

Learnings and Legacies from the Field: The W.K. Kellogg Foundation’s legacy of opportunity, racial equity and civic renewal in Latin America and the Caribbean from 1986 - 2010 (Haitian Creole)

March 1, 2019

The W.K. Kellogg Foundation has been working in Latin America since 1942. This volume captures the story and lessons learnedfrom 1986 to 2010, spanning a time when the foundation made major shifts in strategy to respond to the growth of democracy, globalization, regional natural disasters and political/economic turmoil. The nine-chapter legacy book explores the people and projects that have informed the Kellogg Foundation's strategic direction over the years and the gains they've made to improve the lives of children and families in the diverse region.

U.S. Foundation Funding for Latin America, 2014–2015: With Additional Analysis on Central America

October 22, 2018

This report examines grantmaking in 2014 and 2015 for Latin America by large U.S.foundations, with a closer look at philanthropy for Central America.

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