6th LAM Policy Forum: Disrupting the Region's Status Quo

Fri., May 11, 2018 | 8:30 AM — 5:00 PM

International House
1414 E 59th Street
Chicago, IL 60637
United States

Sponsored By: Latin American Matters at Harris Public Policy

Latin American Matters (LAM) is pleased to invite you to attend the Sixth Annual Latin American Policy Forum: "Disrupting the Region's Status Quo."

The LAM Policy Forum provides a unique opportunity for renowned practitioners and world-class policy leaders to discuss Latin American policy issues with graduate and undergraduate students as well as leading academic researchers.

This year we will address three main topics:

1) 2018 Elections in Latin America: A Comprehensive Perspective

2) Financial Stability: Facing the Challenges of the Digital Era

3) Beyond the Scandals: Confronting Corruption in Latin America 

Please RSVP.

About the Keynote Speaker

Carlos D. Mesa Gisbert

President of Bolivia (2003-2005), and Vice President of Bolivia (2002-2003)

Mr. Mesa is a former constitutional President (2003- 2005) and Vice-president (2002-2003) of the Plurinational State of Bolivia. Mr. Mesa is also an intellectual figure in his country. Author of nineteen books and dozens of documentaries, many of them regarded as fundamental to understand the contemporary history of Bolivia, he won the Journalism prize “Rey de España” (1994) and National Journalism Prize of Bolivia (2012). Mr. Mesa is a regular contributor of open editorials in local and international media.

For more information about the 6th LAM Policy Forum, click here.

Questions? Contact Harris Events.