Best Legislative Practices in Brazil

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Location:
SCI Belgrave Square,
14/15 Belgrave Square, SW1X 8PS

Date:
16/03/2018
Time:
2:00 pm - 5:00 pm


Canning House is collaborating with the British Embassy Brasilia and the Brazil Institute at King’s College London for the fourth instalment of a series of events on best legislative practices in Brazil, as the country prepares for a presidential election at the end of this year. The event will consist of two panels followed by a Q&A, and will include the participation of researchers from the Brazilian National Congress.

Agenda:

14:00-15:00
Panel 1: What does the future hold for legislative practice in Brazil? Panel will discuss current practices, what improvements are being made, and new ways of working.

Discussants:

  • Danilo Barboza de Aguiar – Head of Advisory Board at the Brazilian Senate
  • Karin Kassmayer – Legislative Adviser at the Brazilian Senate
  • Fernando Meneguin – Legislative Adviser at the Brazilian Senate

Moderator: Antonio Carvalho (Management and Projects Director at Brazil’s Chamber of Deputies)

15:00-15:15
Coffee Break

15:15-16:15
Panel 2: The rest of 2018: the economy, inequality and the elections

Discussants:

  • Cássia Botelho – Chief of Staff to the President of the Chamber of Deputies
  • Jairo Nicolau – political scientist
  • Sonia Gonçalves – economist
  • Marta Arretche – political scientist

Moderator: Anthony Pereira (Director of King’s College Brazil Institute)

16:15-17:00
Questions and discussion

This event is free to attend but registration is required via Eventbrite.

Please note that this event is taking place at 14-15 Belgrave Square.