Human capital and poverty in Brazil: Seminar addresses challenges for the future
The Center for Learning on Evaluation and Results for Brazil and Lusophone Africa (FGV EESP CLEAR) at Fundação Getulio Vargas’ Sao Paulo School of Economics (FGV EESP) and the Global Evaluation Initiative (GEI), supported by the World Bank and FGV EESP’s professional master’s program and academic master’s and doctoral programs, are holding a seminar called “Future Challenges: Human Capital and Poverty in Brazil.”
The event will take place on December 2, at 9 am, in hybrid format: in-person in the Noble Room at Rua Itapeva 432, 4th floor, Bela Vista, Sao Paulo; and online on FGV’s official YouTube channel. The objective is to present recent World Bank reports and discuss the current situation and future challenges in the areas of human capital and poverty in Brazil.
The World Bank’s Ildo Jose Lautharte Junior will give a talk about “Human Capital,” moderated by Claudia Costin, the director of the Center for Excellence and Innovation in Education Policies (CEIPE) at Fundação Getulio Vargas’ Brazilian School of Public and Business Administration (FGV EBAPE). After a coffee break, another World Bank executive, Gabriel Lara Ibarra, will talk about “Poverty,” moderated by Ricardo Paes de Barros of Insper, a higher education institute in Sao Paulo.
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To take part in the event in online format, sign up here.
About FGV EESP CLEAR
The Center for Learning on Evaluation and Results for Brazil and Lusophone Africa (FGV EESP CLEAR) was established in 2015 and it is one of six regional centers in the CLEAR Initiative, all based at respected academic institutions in the Global South. It is also an implementation partner of the Global Evaluation Initiative (GEI).
The CLEAR Initiative is a global program designed to strengthen monitoring and evaluation capacities in developing countries. Its mission is to improve the planning and implementation of public policies through the use of evidence.
It is made up of six regional centers and two affiliated centers based at world-class academic institutions in Asia, Latin America and Africa. CLEAR operates in Angola, Cape Verde, Guinea-Bissau, Mozambique, São Tomé & Príncipe, and Brazil.
To find out more about FGV EESP CLEAR, click here.