O webinar Crises Management on COVID-19: rapid response and communication, mais um promovido pela parceria entre o Centro de Gestão e Políticas Públicas (CGPP) do Insper e o JOTA aconteceu no dia 13/05, às 11h30, com a participação de Verónica Osorio, Economist from the Universidad Católica Boliviana San Pablo.
A PARCERIA — Com o objetivo de apoiar não só os tomadores de decisão, mas também a sociedade de forma geral, que se preocupa com este momento, CGPP do Insper e o JOTA firmaram parceria para promover série de webinars. O objetivo é destacar os impactos e alternativas para este momento.
“Acreditamos que o debate em torno de conteúdos relevantes poderá apoiar o Brasil a atravessar esse momento de maneira fundamentada e buscando sempre o bem-estar da sua população”, afirma André Luiz Marques, coordenador executivo do CGPP.
Este webinar será em inglês, sem tradução simultânea.
The Crises Management on COVID-19: Rapid response and communication webinar, another event promoted by the partnership between Insper’s Center for Public Policy and Administration (CGPP) and JOTA news portal takes place on 05/13, at 11:30 a.m. (GMT-3), with the participation of Verónica Osorio, Economist from the Universidad Católica Boliviana San Pablo.
THE PARTNERSHIP – To support not only decision-makers but also society in general, which is concerned about this moment, Insper’s CGPP and JOTA have partnered to promote a series of webinars. The objective is to highlight the impacts and alternatives for this moment.
“We believe the debate on relevant content can support Brazil to go through this period in a reasoned way and always seeking the well-being of its population,” says André Luiz Marques, executive coordinator of CGPP.
This webinar will be held in English without simultaneous translation.
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Is an Economist from the Universidad Católica Boliviana San Pablo, with studies in Public Health at EHESP Sorbonne Paris, France, and in Social Policy and Social Research from the Institute of Education, University College London, England, and a specialization in reproductive health services programs from the Institute of Tropical Medicine in Antwerp. Her research is focused on health economics and social policies in different countries of Latin America and the Caribbean and Africa. Her studies and projects focused on different epidemics such as HIV / AIDS, sexual and reproductive health, and on health emergencies such as Cholera in Haiti, Zika in the Americas and Ebola in West Africa. She worked as a consultant in different international institutions like the World Bank, IDB and the United Nations. Verónica Osorio is currently part of the Scientific Council and Advisor on COVID-19 of the President of the Plurinational State of Bolivia.