Dr. Mark Langevin, Brazil Initiative Director and Professor at GW lectures in Brazil

Dr. Mark Langevin, the Brazil Initiative director and research professor at The George Washington University's Elliott School of International Affairs traveled to Brazil in order to participate in some events and to speak at seminars.

On May 22th, he was the special guest at a panel on Commercial Relations between the U.S. and Brazil organized by the Federal University of Goias (UFG). Find more details on the event in the link below:

https://www.ufg.br/n/106624-professor-mark-langevin-realiza-palestra-sobre-relacoes-comerciais

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2018 ESIA Capstone Group Project - Brazil Initiative

The 2018 ESIA Capstone team supported by the Brazil Initiative has completed its project and presented it at the Elliott School of International Affairs. According to the team, the time they spent in São Paulo "was definitely an unforgettable experience and already has impacted Andrea and her work through Access".

They have really made an impressive job and the Brazil Initiative wants to thank all the group members for representing GW, Elliott and the Brazil Initiative so well.

Below are the links to the final report, containing a lot of great information and analysis, and to the video of their presentation.

Video:https://www.dropbox.com/s/2gaozdt3m1xk3zs/Video%20Apr%2027%2C%2018%2001%2030.mov?dl=0

Presentation: https://prezi.com/view/XKtEqQaJvDCO9ksQlQ7p/

Events on Brazilian Agriculture

The Brazil Initiative is pleased to announce that the series of events on Brazilian Agriculture which started on February 14th with the Symposium "Harvesting Innovation: Brazilian Agriculture in the 21st Century" will continue and this week two new seminars on the subject will be held in Washington, D.C. area. 

Access the detailed information on them below: 

Tuesday, May 15: https://www.ifpri.org/event/transforming-agriculture-experiences-and-insights-brazil-and-beyond

 

Thursday, May 17: https://www.wilsoncenter.org/event/the-agricultural-sector-the-era-bioeconomy