Ramon Daubon, who served as vice-president for programs at the Inter-American Foundation, has published extensively on Latin America and the connection of economic and social development to democracy. A native of Puerto Rico, he served previously as executive director of the Caribbean Environment and Development Institute, deputy assistant administrator of USAID for its Latin American bureau, a representative of the Ford Foundation for Andean and Southern Cone countries, and vice president of the National Puerto Rican Coalition. He has additional experience with democratic development in South Africa.
Monday, March 30 7:30 pm Ramon Daubon public lecture JRC 101 "Development as Democratic Relationships"
Thursday, April 2 4:15 pm Ramon Daubon informal coffeehouse lecture "Cuba and Puerto Rico with the U.S.: Two Sibling Love-Hate Cases?" South Lounge, Forum