In a context where political polarisation has become an overtly global phenomenon, establishing a dialogue between the public and private sectors is essential to reach a constructive agenda that benefits all.
With the theme “Dialogues towards a constructive agenda”, Brazil Forum UK 2019 looks to the future: what challenges do the new government and civil society face to solve structural problems and create a path towards sustainable and inclusive development in Brazil, and what solutions do they propose?
Visit the Brazil Forum website for further information about the conference.
8h - 9h Registration
9h - 9h15 Welcome | London School of Economics and Political Science
9h15 - 10h Opening
Honorary president Brazil Forum UK - Luís Roberto Barroso
10h - 11h30 Panel 1 | Public Security
11h30 - 12h45 Panel 2 | Entrepreneurship
12h45 - 14h Lunch
14h - 15h30 Panel 3 | Government
Lavínia Barros de Castro
José Eduardo Carneiro Queiroz
15h30 - 16h Coffee Break
16h - 17h30 Panel 4 | Democracy
17h40 - 18h30 Keynote speech
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