Tag: Brazil

Event – Democracy and Sustainability: The Role of the Civil Society

Posted on December 6th, by hlids in LIDS LIVE. No Comments

Democracy and Sustainability: The Role of the Civil Society

When: Wednesday, December 11, 5:00 P.M. – 7:00 P.M.
Where: Wasserstein Hall 2036, Milstein East A, Harvard Law School

The Brazilian Studies Association at Harvard Law School invites you to a discussion with Oded Grajew: 

Distinguished Brazilian social entrepreneur, one of the originators of the World Social Forum and founder of the Ethos Institute, former member of the UN Global Compact Board responsible for recent institutional reforms in Brazil, former special advisor to President Luiz Inácio Lula da Silva (2003), and current general coordinator of Programa Cidades Sustentáveis. 

Event: Fighting Corruption in Brazil

Posted on November 10th, by hlids in Events, LIDS LIVE. No Comments


Event: Fighting Corruption and Promoting Public Transparency in Brazil

Day: Friday, November 15

Time: 12:00 – 1:00 pm

Where: WCC 5048, Harvard Law School

Note: This is a brown bag lunch event.

HLS students tackle food advertising to children in Brazil

Posted on October 25th, by hlids in LIDS LIVE. No Comments

A team of law students from the Harvard Law & International Development Society (LIDS) recently published a book, “Food Advertising and Children – Regulation in Brazil and the World” with two Brazilian NGOs, Instituto Alana and Brazilian News Agency for Children’s Rights (ANDI). The book, which is a collection of essays, is aimed at legal professionals and public administrators to encourage the adoption of effective measures to protect children from the negative effects of food advertising.

For the full post, click here: http://law.harvard.edu/news/2013/10/24_hls-students-food-advertising-brazil.html.