The program of the Latin American Dialogue includeded the following sessions:
Sexuality, State and Political Processes
This session discussed the actual situation of sexual politics in Latin America in the context of the recent political changes within the region.
Science and Sexual Politics
To develop a discussion on the relation between science and sexual politics participants worked on issues like the relevance and influence of sexology over the politics, and the relation amongst science and intersex, desexualization of AIDS and sexual products.
Sexuality and Economy
Experts from Latin America and the Caribbean explored the epistemological and ideological obstacles that hinder the development of the debates around Sexuality and Economy, or the Economics of Sexuality, plus the sexual markets, and the economics of prostitution.
Religion and Sexual Politics
This session put an eye on themes such as the political actions of conservative religious groups in Latin America, alternative religious views, the dilemmas and challenges of State secularity, abortion within the ambiguous intersection between religion and science, and others.