Oscar Vilhena, Maria H.T. Almeida and Armínio Fraga debate Brazilian democracy at Princeton
Oscar Vilhena Vieira, the dean of Fundação Getulio Vargas’ Sao Paulo Law School; Maria Hermínia Tavares de Almeida, senior researcher at the Brazilian Center for Analysis and Planning (Cebrap) and professor at the University of Sao Paulo; and Armínio Fraga, former president of the Brazilian Central Bank and co-founder of Gávea Investments, will take part in Brazilian Democracy under Siege, a meeting hosted by Princeton University’s Brazil Lab on thursday, September 16.
The three guests will analyze the main challenges faced by Brazil in the current situation, marked by major clashes between the different branches of government, economic crisis and efforts to tackle the pandemic.
The moderator will be João Biehl, a Brazilian anthropologist, professor of anthropology at Princeton University and co-director of its Global Health Program.
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