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Brazil's Balancing Act: Reconciling the Demands of Economic Development, Environmental Protection and Indigenous Rights
March 5, 2013
2-5 pm International Lounge, Usdan Student Center, Brandeis University
Experts working in diverse fields – including economic development, international business, environmental protection, international law, human rights and indigenous rights – examined 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 was moderated by Dean Bruce Magid of the Brandeis International Business School.
The symposium provided a forum for dialogue about how Brazil might best fulfill its local, national, and international obligations.
Organized by the International Center for Ethics, Justice and Public Life and the Brandeis International Business School's Perlmutter Institute for Global Business Leadership.