2020 was an atypical year that demanded from all of us the ability to adapt, above anything else. It was no different with the Brazil Forum UK. The event’s fifth edition was planned to take place as usual at Oxford University and LSE, yet it had to be remodelled in order to be totally online. This required serious work by the 2020 committee to rethink how to execute the panels while not jeopardising the debates’ interactivity.
Proposals for sustainable and inclusive development with the collaboration of different sectors.
Names such as Sônia Guajajara Environmental and indigenous activist, Luís Roberto Barroso, minister of the Supreme Court, Mônica Bergamo, journalist, Cid Gomes, senator, and Eduardo Leite, governor, took part.
Discuss the Constitution of 1988 and the advances and setbacks since its promulgation.
Former president Dilma Rousseff, former senator Marina Silva, minister of the Supreme Court Luís Roberto Barroso, physician Dráuzio Varella and senator Ricardo Ferraço, among others, has been in the event as speakers.
Encourage a creative analysis of Brazil’s problems, foundations and institutions.
Then judge and current Minister of Justice Sergio Moro, co-chairman of Itaú-Unibanco Roberto Setúbal, former ministers Fernando Haddad, Ciro Gomes and José Eduardo Cardozo, and the minister of Supreme Court Luís Roberto Barroso, among others, participated.
Overcome the polarisation and debate solutions for the political and economic crisis.
As speakers, were invited the former Attorney General of Brazil, Luís Inácio Adams, the economist Persio Arida, Car Wash Operation’s attorney Deltan Dallagnol journalist, Otávio Frias Filho, former Foreign Minister Celso Amorim and the philosopher Luiz Felipe Pondé.