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Brazil Forum UK 2019

Hosted by Brazil Forum, LSE Brazil Society and the Latin America and Caribbean Centre

Old Theatre, Old Building

Chair

Professor Gareth Jones

Professor Gareth Jones

Director, Latin America and Caribbean Centre

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. 

Programme:

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
Raul Jungmann
Melina Risso

​11h30 - 12h45 Panel 2 |  Entrepreneurship
Edu Lyra
Caio Megale

12h45 - 14h Lunch

14h - 15h30 Panel 3 | Government
Elena Landau
Lavínia Barros de Castro
Walfrido Warde
José Eduardo Carneiro Queiroz

15h30 - 16h Coffee Break 

16h - 17h30 Panel 4 | Democracy
Fernando Haddad
Romeu Zema
Monica Bergamo

17h40 - 18h30 Keynote speech 
Wagner Rosário

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