New podcast brings together experts to discuss public policies in Brazil

The first season will examine the following topics: public sector innovation; vaccination; high school and youth; data and disasters; income transfer and inequalities; community health agents and regions; environmental inspections: challenges in the present context; and measures to tackle violence against women
管理学
06 四月 2021
New podcast brings together experts to discuss public policies in Brazil

On Tuesday, April 6, the Center for Public Administration and Government Studies (CEAPG) and the Bureaucracy Studies Center (NEB) at Fundação Getulio Vargas’ Sao Paulo School of Business Administration (FGV EAESP) will launch a podcast called Dos dois lados da rua (“Both Sides of the Street”). The first episode is already available, featuring an interview with Guilherme de Almeida of the Innovation Lab at the National Public Administration School, about challenges and recent advances regarding innovation in the public sector in Brazil. The podcasts will be available on CEAPG’s website and on all major streaming platforms.

The series of podcasts will look at subjects related to public management involving the activities of government employees and people who are affected by the government, i.e., all of us. Talks will be given by Fernando Nogueira (a professor and researcher at FGV EAESP), Ana Carolina Nunes (a doctoral student at FGV EAESP) and Laura Intrieri (an undergraduate student at FGV EAESP), intertwined with interviews with managers, employees and ordinary citizens.

The first season will examine the following topics: public sector innovation; vaccination; high school and youth; data and disasters; income transfer and inequalities; community health agents and regions; environmental inspections: challenges in the present context; and measures to tackle violence against women.

In all, there will be eight episodes, spaced two weeks apart, with an average duration of 20 minutes. They are aimed at public sector managers and employees, students, researchers, professors, people interested in public management courses, NGO managers and anyone else interested in getting a deeper understanding of public policies.

Listen to the first episode:

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