The Working Group on Latin America and the Global presents:
“Social inclusion, participation and political legacies and in Latin America”
April 5, 2017, 1-3pm
Boardroom, Liu Institute for Global Issues
- Zaraí Toledo Orozco, “The State in Retreat: Private Governance and the Criminalization of Artisanal Mining”
- Dominique Rumeau Castellazzi, “Welfare States and Models of Capitalism in Latin America”
- Eon Joung Lee, “Implementation of Participatory Budgeting: Lessons from Brazil, Uruguay, Chile and South Korea”
The presenters are a group of political science PhD students working on Latin America. They will be talking about different but overlapping themes, ranging from obstacles to state development to the diffusion of participatory innovations in the region.
Zaraí will look at the phenomenon of artisanal mining and discuss how private governance has assumed roles traditionally pertaining to the state. Dominique will question the theoretical assumptions of the Varieties of Capitalism literature and their value in explaining the evolution of regional welfare state structures. Finally, Eon Joung will discuss the variation in the success of participatory budgeting initiatives in Brazil, Uruguay, Chile, and South Korea.
We are all looking forward to a fruitful discussion.
Come join us!