Canning House works within a wide network, encompassing our Members, the public and private sectors, the diplomatic community, other thought-leading and civil society organisations as well as academic institutions.
Canning House Members are at the centre of our network of corporate contacts, government departments, parliamentarians, embassies, international organisations, think tanks, universities, and other members and Associates.
If you are looking at Latin America, then you need to talk to Canning House - we go way beyond the headlines. We provide expert insight into all aspects of trading and investing in Latin America, and its geopolitical and socioeconomic landscape.
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Some of our Members
Public Sector Associates
Canning House regularly works with British public sector and parliamentary organisations including:
- Foreign, Commonwealth & Development Office
- Department for International Trade
- The All-Party Parliamentary Group for Latin America - of which Canning House is Secretariat
- The British Group Inter-Parliamentary Union
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The Diplomatic Community
Canning House works closely with the Latin American and Iberian Embassies in the UK, the Group of Latin American Ambassadors (GRULA), and the British Embassies across Latin America and Iberia to build mutual understanding and relationships.
Canning House has also collaborated with international organisations including:
- International Organisation of Migration (IOM)
- Organisation of American States (OAS)
- Organisation for Economic Co-operation and Development (OECD)
- Pan-American Health Organisation (PAHO)
- Principles for Responsible Investment (PRI)
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Our network of collaborations includes other thought-leading organisations from the UK and around the world, such as:
- Americas Society / Council of the Americas (AS/COA)
- Arko Advice
- Diálogo Chino
- Grupo Atalaya
- Instituto Cervantes
- LatAm INVESTOR
- Lateinamerika Verein (LAV)
Canning House has worked with other not-for-profit organisations to pursue sustainable development and equality of opportunity. They include:
- Catholic Agency for Overseas Development (CAFOD)
- Fundación por la Educación Multidimensional (FEM)
- Happy Child International
- The LATA Foundation
- Latin America Disabled People Project (LADPP)
- Latin American Women's Aid
- Latin American Women's Rights Service (LAWRS)
Academia & Education
Canning House is engaged in ongoing research collaborations with the London School of Economics and King's College London, and works closely with other institutions including Regent's University London, Coventry University, and Instituto Cervantes.