The Andean Countries Office of the Friedrich Naumann Foundation for Freedom develops its activities in Peru, Chile, Colombia, Ecuador, Bolivia and Venezuela. Together with the partners of the foundation, organizations or individuals, it seeks to promote democratic, free and entrepreneurial societies.
Here you will find a list of our partners in the Andean region.
Evopoli and Vente Venezuela join International Liberal
We welcome the incorporation of our partners Evopoli Chile and Vente Venezuela to Liberal International.
Campaign Planning - Online Programme for the Chilean Party Evópoli
Before scheduling the online meeting sessions for campaign planning to foster and train members of the Chilean party Evópoli on a local level, we were a bit excited. It was our first opportunity to embrace the online version of our popular international visiting programmes.
Participants from Latin America joined the Liberal Leaders School, a training program lead by FNF Países Andinos alongside Peruvian partner institutions from the academic sector. The goal is to offer lessons to young people interested in politics, economics and human rights.
How do you become a freedom fighter? FPP Chile has scouted the world for good rebel profiles who have stood up to censorship and authoritarian regimes. Meet them here.
Totalitarianism and Liberty - online seminar with Cedice
The works of Hannah Arednt, Niklas Luhmann, Claude Lefort, Isaiah Berlin and Cornelius Castoriadis were discussed in a weekly 5 session online conference program led by our partner Cedice Libertad (Venezuela).
Radio Nacional interviewed the director of the FNF Andean Countries Office, Jörg Dehnert, in order to discuss political unrest and the elections in Bolivia.
Prisoner of Conscience: Azat Miftakhov, RussiaHuman Rights
We are looking for a Project Coordinator for our Kyiv office from 1 January 2022FNF Ukraine Team
Situation of Lesbian, Gay, Bisexual, Trans, Intersex and Plus Employees in Public and Private Sector in TurkeyLGBTI+ in Turkey
Youth Perspective on Turkey's FutureYouth Survey