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Who are we?

Pour le Brésil

Conférence Pour le Brésil is a student and alumni-led initiative at Sciences Po Paris that will gather high-level personalities, scholars, experts and representatives of international organisations in conferences in Paris.

 

The Conferences' main goal is to promote fruitful exchanges and discussions on how to overcome the main political, economic and social challenges towards a more sustainable and inclusive development in Brazil.

Besides being a recognised student-led initiative at Sciences Po, having been validated by both the administration and the student community, we are also a registered association at the Préfecture de Police de Paris.

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Where?

Sciences Po

Sciences Po is a prestigious grande-école at the heart of Paris. It was founded in 1872 to promote a new class of French politicians. Sciences Po's overarching mission today is to educate the future leaders in both the public and the private sectors.

Many heads of state and government officials studied at Sciences Po, including the French president Emmanuel Macron, and former presidents such as François Hollande, François Mitterrand, Jacques Chirac and Georges Pompidou. Sciences Po’s alumni also include former prime-ministers from France, Canada, Luxembourg and UN Secretary General Boutros-Ghali, together with other heads of international organisations and large companies.

WHO SPOKE AT SCIENCES PO?

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INTERNATIONAL RANKING

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In 2022, Sciences Po was ranked as third best university for Politics in the world by the QS World University Rankings.

In this ranking, Sciences Po is positioned just behind Harvard and Oxford and is the first University in Europe in this discipline.

 

The Paris School of International Affairs (PSIA) attracts the brightest worldwide, having a population of 1500 students representing over 110 countries.

 

In such a diverse environment, Pour Le Brésil represents a tremendous effort to raise international awareness over Brazil's main challenges, but most importantly, its future.