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Interview with Professor Leslie Pal at the International Conference of Policy Diffusion and Development Cooperation, organized by UNIFESP and Laboppi, in São Paulo

Interview with Professor Leslie Pal

Interview with Professor Leslie Pal

Laboppi introduces Leslie Pal whose research uniquely engages public administration and public policy from both a rich theoretical as well as practical perspective. Currently he is working on global policy advisory systems and networks, and how they inform both global policy-making as well as domestic government policies.

Source: https://carleton.ca/sppa/people/pal-l… (Acessed September 03, 2019)

This interview is part of the training and dissemination activities of international public policy actions, promoted by the International Conference of Policy Diffusion and Development Cooperation, held by the Federal University of São Paulo in conjunction with Laboppi, São Paulo, May 16-19, 2018.

The interview was conducted by Douglas Moreira Costa and Marina Vilas Boas Talietta, International Relations students at the Federal University of São Paulo, Campus Osasco.

The edition was made by Beatriz Terrim de Araújo Sanchez, researcher fellow of the International Public Policy Laboratory (Laboppi) and International Relations graduate student at the Federal University of São Paulo, Campus Osasco.

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Rescheduling of II ICPDDC – São Paulo, Brazil

Dear Friends and Colleagues,

We would like to thank you for your contribution to the II ICPDDC. Due to the outbreak of the Corona Virus (COVID – 19) all over the world and the recent confirmation of 200 cases in Brazil, we regret to inform you that the II ICPDDC must be rescheduled.

This was a difficult decision to make. We have been monitoring the evolution of the situation on a daily basis in the past weeks, as well as the recommendations World Health Organization and the Ministry of Health in Brazil. Considering the health of participants, different university travel bans and the advice of Brazilian institutions to cancel public meetings, we concluded that hosting the conference in May was not prudent.

At this stage, we will work on the Conference logistics of the rescheduling and consult our partners to determine a new date, which will be announced in a few weeks. For participants who won’t be able to attend the conference on the new date, registration fees will be refunded.

All the updates about the Conference will be on our website www.policydiffusion.com. If you have any questions, please don’t hesitate to contact us at: policydiffusion@gmail.com.

With kind regards,

Osmany Porto de Oliveira
ICPDDC Organizer