May 09


Discussion session ds
Discussions from ongoing research or reflections of experts, without a paper presentation.

Presentation of papers pp
Table with presentation of papers with research findings.

Dialogues d 
Discussion between the academic experts and technicians (governmental and
non-governmental) engaged on the practical activities of policy diffusion.

Brazilian Centre of Analysis and Planning
Rua Morgado de Mateus, 615 – Vila Mariana

09h00-9h45     Reception, breakfast  and retrieval of badges and event material

10h00-10h30   Opening: Angela Alonso, President of CEBRAP

10h30-12h00   The field of policy diffusion: where are we? pp
                           Moderator Osmany Porto de Oliveira (CEBRAP/Unifesp)

                           Policy diffusion and translation: The case of evidence-based health
                           agencies in Europe
Patrick Hassenteufel (University of Versailles-Paris Saclay)

                           Beg, Borrow, Steal or Swallow? The Micro-Dynamics and Macro-Effects
                           of Contemporary Policy Transfers
Leslie Pal (University of Carleton)

12h00-13h30   Lunch

13h30-15h00   Municipal innovations and policy diffusion pp                           
                           Moderator Eduardo Marques (Centro de Estudos da Metrópole/USP)

                           Urban Policy Forums as Relational Sites of Inspiration and Persuasion
Sergio Montero (Universidade de los Andes)

                           Uneven implementation of “the right to the city” in Latin America:
                           Statutes, gestures, and urban experiments
Ryan O. Centner (London School of Economics)

                           Relational policymaking: the grounding and institutionalization of                                        strategic planning in Rio de Janeiro
Gabriel Silvestre (University College London)

15h00-15h30   Coffee Break 

15h30-17h00   The diffusion of Social Movements ds
Moderator Débora Alves Maciel (EFLCH / UNIFESP)

                           The diffusion of repertoires of contention: twin cases
                           Angela Alonso (CEBRAP)

                           Brazil divided: characteristics of the diffusion of pro and anti-                                                  impeachment demonstrations
Esther Solano (Unifesp)

Livraria da Vila, Alameda Lorena, 1731 – São Paulo, SP

18h30-19h30   Discussion: Brazilian Policy Diffusion – Session in Portuguese ds
Osmany Porto de Oliveira (CEBRAP/Unifesp)
Alex Shankland (Institute of Development Studies – University of Sussex)

 19h30              Book Launch: “Embaixadores da Participação: a difusão internacional
                           do Orçamento Participativo”, Editora Annablume.