CLACSO is an international NGO based in Argentina but that has members from all over Latin America and the Caribbean. They have been supporting OA for decades now and their virtual library network allow visitors to search and download Latin America and the Caribbean social sciences research output freely
SciELO is the biggest portal for Global South countries in Latin America and Africa of their scientific research. It is an open access project so all articles are freely available. If you are interested to read research written by Latin American, Caribbean, and South African scholars, this is the place to go.
FLACSO is an international organization constituted of 18 members States that currently develops academic activities in 13 countries in Latin America and the Caribbean. Several countries have digital libraries where they shared OA books that can be downloaded by anyone. They also have digital repositories for grey literature and one dissertation repository, Tesis-Andes.
The Federated Network of Institutional Repositories of Scientific Publications, or simply LA Referencia, is a Latin American network of open access repositories. Through its services, it supports national Open Access strategies in Latin America through a platform with interoperability standards, sharing and giving visibility to the scientific production generated in institutions of higher education and scientific research.
The Redalyc project is a bibliographic database and a digital library of Open Access journals, supported by the Universidad Autónoma del Estado de México with the help of numerous other higher education institutions and information systems.
The Hispanic American Periodicals Index (HAPI) has established a collaboration with ScieLo-Mexico. The HAPI+SciELO project, as it is known, went live on the HAPI site in July 2021. The project partners aim to promote greater accessibility of Mexican scholarship via inclusion of select journal records from the SciELO-México platform in the HAPI index. This collaboration pairs one of the most well-established and high profile online Latin American Studies resources published in the Global North with the Mexican national network member of SciELO, one of the most influential and impactful Open Access (OA) organizations and journal platforms in the Global South.