In Latin America we work to promote strong democratic institutions, respect for human rights and rule of law through good governance, and social market economy. as well as promoting liberal dialogue throughout the region. We have offices in Mexico City (Regional Office and Project Mexico), Tegucigalpa, Honduras (Central America), Lima, Peru (Andean Countries) and Buenos Aires, Argentina (Argentina & Paraguay)
Women Leading Protests – Female Voices For Democracy
Around the world, women are leading the fight for freedom and democracy. The documentary film "Women Leading Protests - Female Voices for Democracy" by the Friedrich Naumann Foundation looks at the stories of four women who have been involved in protests for democracy in various forms.
Our project themes in Latin America
What does FNF do in Latin America? We work on projects focused on a variety of themes including Market Economy, Rule of Law and Good Governance, Human Rights, Liberal Dialogue and Civic Education. Find out more about these focus areas here.
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.
Free to Be - Articles to rethink your future
The event "Libre de Ser" was created as a space for more than 20 powerful female latin american voices, from diverse areas of society, where they shared their experiences, challenges they had faced and their achievements.
Disinformation, propaganda, and “Fake News” have always existed. But what do we really know about the issue around the world, and should we be worried about the scale of it? Join us as we search for answers to these questions among others. Hear from people fighting the disinformation pandemic and learn how we can work together against "fake news" and disinformation!
Behind Closed Curtains: Disinformation on messenger services
The novel coronavirus that has been rampant since the beginning of 2020 revealed what many people, at least in Germany, were unaware of: disinformation is also present in the non-political sphere, and it is increasingly being spread via messengers such as WhatsApp and Telegram. In Germany, for example, two voice messages went viral via WhatsApp and spread disinformation about the virus.