FULLY BOOKED: Part 2 – Brazil Elections Analysis

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

Date:
07/11/2018
Time:
6:30 pm - 8:00 pm


Co-organised by Canning House and the King’s Brazil Institute

The Brazil elections have been deemed by many to be the most unpredictable since 1989. Join Canning House on 7th November to hear from a panel of specialists discussing the final election results, and examining why these elections have been so unpredictable and polarised. What explains the “Bolsonaro effect”? Is this the end of the PT? Will the next President be able to reform Brazil’s 1988 system? What does this mean for Brazil’s economy?

The audience will hear from Professor Anthony Pereira, Director of the King’s Brazil Institute; Dr Fiona Macaulay, Senior Lecturer in Development Studies at the University of Bradford; Wilber Colmerauër, Managing Director of EM Funding; and Lucas de Aragao, Director at Arko Advice. Richard Lapper, Associate Fellow of Chatham House and former Latin America editor for the Financial Times, will chair this event.

 

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Kings College students are entitled to Individual Member rates for this event. Please contact events@www.canninghouse.org for discounted tickets.

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