Global Platform of International Public Policies

Policy ambassadors: human agency in the transnationalization of Brazilian social policies

In the past decade, Brazil became a model for social policies, ‘exporting’ ideas and techniques to tackle issues on social participation, poverty and hunger mostly to Southern...

Into the ordinary: non-elite actors and the mobility of harm reduction policies

Research on policy transfer and policy mobility has focused much attention on relatively elite actors, such as politicians, international organisations, think tanks, philanthropic...

Transnational policy transfer: the circulation of ideas, power and development models

The study of policy transfer initially focused on transfers and transmissions among developed countries or from developed countries to the developing world. Today the circulation...

Reframing knowledge: A comparison of OECD and World Bank discourse on public governance reform

As knowledge producers and transfer agents, the Organisation for Economic Cooperation and Development (OECD) and the World Bank (WB) rely on their own research infrastructures to...

Comparando a mobilidade das políticas públicas

Policy mobilities as comparison

Policy mobilities as comparison: urbanization processes, repeated instances, topologies Following on from calls to reformat comparative urban methods to support global urban studies, this paper draws inspiration from...

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