The Lemann Dialogue is an annual conference on Brazil, collaboratively organized between four universities with endowments from the Lemann Foundation (Columbia, Harvard, Illinois, and Stanford). The founder of the Lemann Foundation is Jorge Paulo Lemann, noted Brazilian business leader and a generous benefactor of Harvard University.
The specific conference themes vary each year, but generally focus on contemporary social, economic, and political challenges in Brazil. Speakers at these conferences include faculty from the four collaborating institutions, as well as scholars, policymakers, and other experts from Brazil. The conference provides an excellent opportunity to showcase innovative research on Brazil, build connections between academic institutions, and connect leading academics and public policy experts.
Lemann Dialogue 2016: "Beyond the Crisis"
This year's Lemann Dialogue took place at Harvard University with the theme "Beyond the Crisis." From November 17-18, 2016, speakers analyzed Brazil’s looming challenges and pointed a way forward toward solutions on current issues related to political reform, the economy, education, and public security.
>> Schedule: Click here to download.
>> Location: The Lemann Dialogue was held at DRCLAS (Tsai Auditorium, Room S010), at 1730 Cambridge St, Cambridge, MA.
>> Registration: Registration for the 2016 Lemann Dialogue at Harvard is closed.
>> Photos of the Event are available here