Diplomatic Visitors

NZCLAS, in conjunction with The University of Auckland, is proud to have hosted the following visitors.

  • Argentina’s Ambassador to New Zealand, His Excellency Pedro Herrera
  • New Zealand’s then-Ambassadors-designate to Brazil and Argentina, their Excellencies Alison Mann and Lucy Duncan
  • An official Chilean Research, Science and Technology delegation
  • Marta Oyhanarte, a Prime Minister’s Fellow from Argentina
  • Professor Tom Dwyer, President of the Brazilian Sociological Association
  • Augusto Álvarez, a Peruvian journalist
  • Teresa Iriarte, Director of International Relations, the University of Chile
  • Professor Luís Cortez, Coordinator of Institutional and International Relations, Unicamp, Brazil
  • Luz O’Shea, Director of International Programmes, Universidad Finis Terrae, Chile
  • Professor Daniel Zirker, Dean of Arts, University of Waikato
  • The Hon. Phil Goff, then-Minister of Foreign Affairs and Trade, now Minister of Defence, Trade Negotiations, Trade, Pacific Island Affairs, and Disarmament and Arms Control
  • The Vice-Chancellor of the University of Auckland, Professor Stuart McCutcheon
  • The Ambassadors of Peru, Mexico, Chile and Argentina (their Excellencies Javier Leon, Angelica Arce, Juan Salazar and Pedro Herrera)
  • The Chargé d’affaires for Brazil (Sergio Taam)
  • Marcus Troyjo, a Prime Minister’s Fellow from Brazil
  • Bernard Wheelahan, Chair of the Council o Australia-Latin American Relations
  • Professor Neantro Saavedra-Rivano, the University of Tsukuba (Japan), co-chair of LASA’s Pacific Rim section
  • Professor Antonio Ortiz, CIDE, Mexico
  • Professor Won-Ho Kim, Korean Institute of Economic Policy
  • Professor Martin Perez Le-Fort, University of Chile
  • Professor Mutsuo Yamada, Japan Center for Area Studies, founder of CELAO
  • A delegation of seven Latin American research, science, and technology journalists
  • Ambassador Sergio Duarte, President of the 2005 Non-Proliferation Treaty Review Conference, retired Ambassador-at-large of Brazil for Disarmament and Non-proliferation
  • Adriana González Carrillo, Chair of the External Relations Commission, Mexican House of Representatives, 2006 Prime Minister’s Latin American Fello