Date: MAY 2, 2016
Time: 10:00 to 12:00 pm
Location: sala Amador Aguiar, 1º andar, Insper. Rua Quatá, 300 – São Paulo, SP – Brazil
Presentations will be given in English and simultaneous translation will not be offered.
10:15 am – Welcome & Introductions.
VINICIUS LICKS, Harvard DRCLAS Brazil Office.
10:20 am – What Works in Reducing Community Violence: An Overview of the International Evidence.
THOMAS ABT, Senior Research Fellow for the Innovation in Citizen Security Project with The Growth Lab at the Center for International Development at Harvard University and Harvard Kennedy School.
Commentaries & Q&A
BRUNO LANGEANI, Instituto Sou da Paz.
11:10 am – Local Perspectives on Community Violence.
JOÃO MANOEL P. DE MELLO, Full Professor at Insper;
LEANDRO PIQUET CARNEIRO, Professor at the Institute for International Relations of the University of Sao Paulo.
11:50 am – Closing.
EVENT OFFERED BY THE HARVARD-BRAZIL CITIES INITIATIVE.
Together with leading academic partners in Brazil and across Harvard University, the David Rockefeller Center for Latin American Studies is working to establish a robust international cities initiative. This research collaboration focuses on urban issues that bring together policymakers, practitioners, and private sector leaders with world-class academics to improve urban living.