Public Security and Democracy in Brazil: Challenges and Opportunities

Thu, Oct 3, 2019, 4:30 pm

A Brazil LAB event with Ilona Szabó and Deborah Yashar.

Ilona Szabó is a Brazilian civic entrepreneur, co-founder and executive-director of the Igarapé Institute (a leading think-and-do-tank on security, justice and development issues in the Global South), and co-founder of the independent political movement Agora. An expert on Peace and Conflict Studies and International Development, Szabó was nominated a Young Global Leader at the World Economic Forum (2015). She is the author of the books Drugs: The Untold Stories (Drogas: As histórias que não te contaram, 2017) and Public Safety to Change the Game (Segurança Pública para Virar o Jogo, 2018).

Deborah Yashar is Professor of Politics & International Affairs.

Co-sponsored by the Program in Latin American Studies, the Department of Anthropology, and the Department of Spanish and Portuguese.

Brazil LAB 10.3 event flyer

Speaker(s): 

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Lutas por Liberdade em 200 Anos de Brasil Independente

Lutas por Liberdade em 200 Anos de Brasil Independente

Lutas por Liberdade em 200 Anos de Brasil Independente

Lutas por Liberdade em 200 Anos de Brasil Independente

Lutas por Liberdade em 200 Anos de Brasil Independente

Lutas por Liberdade em 200 Anos de Brasil Independente