The Edelstein Center for Social Research

Rio de Janeiro, Brazil

The Edelstein Center for Social Research

The Edelstein Center for Social Research is a Brazilian think tank based in Rio de Janeiro, that: 1) promotes research and publications designed to improve public policies and institutions to enhance democracy and social justice in Latin America; 2) fosters the dialogue between social actors and knowledge producers to disseminate internationally Latin American social sciences production and research institutions; 3) develops free access virtual libraries, data banks and the translation of Latin American social research works into English.

The Edelstein Center was established in 2004, by Joel Edelstein, a USA citizen living in Brazil. From its inception is directed by Bernardo Sorj and the Board of Advisors includes Adama Samassékou (Mali), Angelina Peralva (France), Daniel Pécaut (France), Giorgio Alberti (Italy), Guillermo O'Donnell (in memoriam, Argentina), Jean-Michel Blanquer (France) Julio Cotler (Peru), Sérgio Costa (Germany), Shepard Forman (United States) and Simon Schwartzman (Brazil).



Accommodations near The Edelstein Center for Social Research

View more options near The Edelstein Center for Social Research0

Nearby Tours & Activities