Geopolitical & Socioeconomic

Socio-Political and Economic Trends in Latin America with Ipsos MORI

  • Eversheds Sutherland, 1 Wood Street, London

This is a joint event with Ipsos MORI and hosted by Eversheds Sutherland. It will aim to highlight the socio-political and economic trends in Latin America. The event will begin with a presentation by Alfredo Torres, Executive President of Ipsos, Peru, followed by a panel discussion with Jonathan Glennie, Director of Sustainable Development at Ipsos MORI; Professor Julia Buxton, Comparative Politics at the School of Public Policy, Central European University; Dr Meredith Crowley, Lecturer in the Faculty of Economics, University of Cambridge; and chaired by Giles Paxman, Canning House Trustee and former British Ambassador to Spain and Mexico.

This is a joint event with Ipsos MORI and hosted by Eversheds Sutherland. It will aim to highlight the socio-political and economic trends in Latin America.

The event will begin with a presentation by Alfredo Torres, Executive President of Ipsos, Peru, followed by a panel discussion with Jonathan Glennie, Director of Sustainable Development at Ipsos MORI; Professor Julia Buxton, Comparative Politics at the School of Public Policy, Central European University; Dr Meredith Crowley, Lecturer in the Faculty of Economics, University of Cambridge; and chaired by Giles Paxman, Canning House Trustee and former British Ambassador to Spain and Mexico.

The Ipsos MORI Global Trends Report is the largest study of its kind, and is the most extensive set of data collected on the attitudes and behaviours of individuals throughout the world.

This joint event, organised by Canning House and Ipsos MORI, will present data and trends from Latin American countries (Brazil, Argentina, Peru, Mexico) highlighting the norms, comparing them in some cases to the UK and EU, and identifying the major anomalies/outliers.

The event will reveal the complex and sometimes contradictory findings, covering a variety of different topics. Key trends from the data will be highlighted, and the implications of the results for people in power in government and the corporate sector will be discussed.

If you would like to attend please send expressions of interest to [email protected].

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