America

The Rosa Luxemburg Stiftung is running five offices and is active in 16 countries on the american continent (Latin America, USA and Canada).

The first regional office was founded in São Paulo in 2003 and coordinates work in Brazil, Paraguay and Uruguay. In 2008 a further office in Mexico City was established in order to support long-term projects in Guatemala, Nicaragua, Costa Rica, Mexico and Cuba. In 2010 an office in Quito started managing work in Bolivia, Ecuador, Venezuela and Columbia an in 2012 we opened an office for Northamerica and the United Nations in New Yorck CityIn December 2015, Rosa-Luxemburg-Stiftung opened a branch office (of the office in São Paulo) in Buenos Aires, which has since coordinated work in Argentina and Chile.
 

South America

Over the past few years left-wing movements in Latin America have aroused hope. The Rosa Luxemburg Foundation provides platforms for controversial discussions regarding these processes in the various regions and common grounds for political actors from the north and south to meet and exchange ideas and experiences.

A major aspect of the work deals with the analysis of present natural resource oriented models of development and alternatives to these models. The foundation supports partners that contribute to this work through either situation analysis or direct work with affected persons, for example, political education courses or the organisation of women working in the Chilean salmon industry through labour unions, respectively. One main focus of the political education work of the foundation is promoting the participation of groups prone to discrimination such as indigenous people, women, youth and migrants. Furthermore, support is given to alternative media providers.

RLS Mexico: http://www.rosalux.org.mx 

RLS Brasil: http://rosaluxspba.org 

RLS Ecuador: http://www.rosalux.org.ec 

 

North America

The New York office has started its work in 2012. It fulfills two main tasks: dealing with United Nations issues, including cooperation with people and political representatives of the southern hemisphere, and cooperation with North American (US and Canadian) progressives in universities, trade unions, social movements, progressive institutions and ideas forging.

RLS North America/UN: http://www.rosalux-nyc.org  

Regional Department America

Role Details
Leitung Referat Amerika und Vereinte Nationen Ferdinand Muggenthaler
Email: ferdinand.muggenthaler@rosalux.org
Phone: +49 (0)30 44310-440
Room: 430
Referent Amerika und Vereinte Nationen Torge Löding
Email: torge.loeding@rosalux.org
Phone: +49 30 4431 460
Room: 429
Projektmanager Vereinte Nationen, USA und Kanada Dr. Till Bender
Email: till.bender@rosalux.org
Phone: +49 (0)30 44310-523
Room: 431
Projektmanagerin Mexiko, Mittelamerika und Kuba Lucie Matting
Email: lucie.matting@rosalux.org
Phone: +49 (0)30 44310-488
Room: 452
Projektmanagerin Andenländer (Vertretung für Kirsten Frangenberg) Birte Keller
Email: birte.keller@rosalux.org
Phone: +49 30 44310 442
Room: 452
Projektmanagerin Brasilien, Cono Sur Verona Wunderlich
Email: verona.wunderlich@rosalux.org
Phone: +49 30 44310 152
Room: 431