FGV hosts Third Plenary Session of the Latin American Group for Public Administration

Institutional
01 November 2013

On October 23th-25th, Fundação Getulio Vargas hosted the Third Plenary Session of the Latin American Group for Public Administration (GLAP) - body linked to The International Institute of Administrative Sciences (IIAS), based in Brussels. The meeting was attended by more than 30 scholars and public managers from ten Latin American and Caribbean countries and addressed the creation of the Latin American Observatory of Public Administration.
Based at the Center of Latin American Public Policies - CLPP/DINT, the meeting began on the night of October 23 with an opening dinner interspersed by a lecture given by Professor Armando Cunha, of the Brazilian School of Public and Business Administration (FGV/EBAPE).

On October 24-25, they discussed conceptual, strategic and operational themes regarding the development of an observatory that has practical application to the Comparative Studies of Latin American Public Administration. The objective is to use the data published by the observatory as a basis for the implementation of public policies that will benefit the quality of life of Latin American nations.

The director-general of the International Institute of Administrative Sciences (IIAS), Rolet Loretan, and the president of the International Association of Administration Schools and Institutes (IASIA), Michiel De Vries, attended the debates.
At the end of the meeting, the president of the National Institute of Public Administration of Mexico, José Castelazo, passed the coordination of GLAP to FGV's International Director, Professor Bianor Cavalcanti - who will take over the administration of the observatory that will be established.

UNIMED Rio was the sole sponsor of GLAP's Third Plenary Session.

For more information, please go to the event's website (in Spanish).
 

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