Overcoming Inequalities: Ten Years to Reach the Sustainable Development Goals

In the framework of the Pour le Brésil Conference, a student and alumni-led initiative that will gather high-level Brazilian and international personalities, scholars, experts and representatives of international organisations, an online series of 13 live streamings to promote fruitful exchanges and discussions on how to overcome the main political, economic and social challenges towards a more sustainable and inclusive development in Brazil.

Guest speakers will include personnalities such as former presidential candidate and Minister of Education Fernando Haddad, the former UNESCO Director-General Irina Bokova, the former Minister of Foreign Affairs Celso Amorim, the Governor of Maranhao State Flavio Dino, the Director and Representant of UNESCO in Brazil Marlova Noleto, and Sciences Po experts such as Olivier Dabène and Gaspard Estrada, head of the OECD Future of Work initiative Stijn Broecke, former presidential candidate and former Minister of Environment Marina Silva, and many more.

See the full programme, including biographies of all past and forthcoming panels’ speakers

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