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Since 1967, Latin American Newsletters has been acknowledged as the foremost source of intelligence on political and economic developments in Latin America and the Caribbean. Read by business executives, the financial services sector, government officials and leading academics alike, our comprehensive range of print and online resources offers subscribers a reliable, accurate and timely source of insight into key events that shape the region.

We are a close-knit, friendly team, offering a unique opportunity to gain experience of journalism and work on the current political, economic, security and social issues affecting Latin America and the Caribbean.

Previous staff members have gone on to the BBC, the FT, the Guardian, Bloomberg, Dow Jones, the Inter American Development Bank, the World Bank and other leading agencies on Latin America. Others are well known journalists, authors and academics.

Current vacancies

Since 1967, LatinNews (Latin American Newsletters) has had an unrivalled reputation for providing international companies and academic institutions with independent analysis on the political, economic and business environment in Latin America. Read by business executives, the financial services sector, government officials and leading academics, our comprehensive range of print and online resources offers subscribers a reliable, accurate and timely source of insight into key events that shape the region.

Currently, we do not have any vacancies

However, if you have a strong skillset as an analyst or journalist with a focus on Latin America and the Caribbean, please do contact us using our contact form.

We offer periodic work experience to students of Latin America and the Caribbean. The positions are unpaid, but offer the opportunity to get a direct feel for a career as a regional analyst, as well as a valuable insight into the world of journalism/publishing. We are happy to arrange flexible hours with suitable candidates.

As an intern at Latin American Newsletters, you may be expected to contribute directly to our publications, as well as helping out with daily production tasks, updating our website/databases/research library and providing other useful support to our small editorial team.

If you have a keen interest in Latin American current affairs, journalism or the publishing sector, please forward your CV/resume to This email address is being protected from spambots. You need JavaScript enabled to view it..