“The Brazilian Presidential Election: Candidates and Policy Alternatives for Growth and Development / by Mark Langevin

GW_Elliott_School_Logo The Elliott School Brazil Initiative

and The Latin American and Hemispheric Studies Program

Present:

“The Brazilian Presidential Election:

Candidates and Policy Alternatives for Growth and Development”

Presented by

Mark S. Langevin

Adjunct Professor, GW

and Director, BrazilWorks

Dr. Mark S. Langevin will discuss the upcoming Brazilian Presidential elections, including the death of Eduardo Campos (candidate for the Brazilian Socialist Party) and how the race will be affected by his replacement with Marina Silva (former Minister of the Environment, former Senator of the Workers Party from Acre, and former Presidential candidate of the Green Party in 2010), and the principal presidential candidates’ policy statements and preferences leading up to the first round balloting on October 5th.

Monday, September 8, 2014

Presentation: 12:00-1:00 pm

Elliott School of International Affairs

1957 E Street NW, Room 505

This is a Brown Bag event; feel free to bring your own lunch-Beverages provided

Please RSVP here: http://go.gwu.edu/1rs