Brazil’s Balancing Act: Reconciling the Demands of Economic Development, Environmental Protection and Indigenous Rights
March 5, 2013
Experts working in diverse fields – including economic development, international business, environmental protection, international law, human rights and indigenous rights – will examine the intersecting interests and responsibilities of those working in sometimes conflicting sectors.
- Mr. Fernando Ribeiro Delgado, Lecturer, Harvard Law School
- Professor Cristina Espinosa, The Heller School, Brandeis University
- Dr. Daniel Luis Gleizer, Banco Itau BBA – Vice President (Saõ Paulo)
- Dr. Moises Lino e Silva, Lecturer, International and Global Studies and Anthropology, Brandeis University
- Dr. Biorn Maybury-Lewis, Executive Director, Cambridge Institute for Brazilian Studies (CIBS); Institute for International Urban Development; University of Massachusetts, Boston
The event will be moderated by Dean Bruce Magid of the Brandeis International Business School.
The symposium will provide a forum for dialogue about how Brazil might best fulfill its local, national, and international obligations.
2:00 – Welcome and introductions
2:15-3:30 – Panelist remarks
3:30-3:45 – Short break
3:45 – 4:45 – Moderated discussion with panelists, followed by Q&A with audience
4:45 – Reception (all are welcome)
Organized by the International Center for Ethics, Justice and Public Life and the International Business School of Brandeis University.