November 11th, 2015 · The New School · New York
President Néstor Kirchner Fellowship
by President Néstor Kirchner Fellows 2015-2016
Dilemmas of Public Policy in Latin America
Youth and Inequality
Resolution of International Disputes
Magdalena Bas Vilizzio
David E. Van Zandt
President, The New School
María Cristina Perceval
Permanent Representative of Argentina to the United Nations
Permanent Representative of Uruguay to the United Nations
The New School Observatory on Latin America (OLA) and Universidad Nacional de San Martín (UNSAM) are pleased to present the public lectures by Analia Calero and Magdalena Bas Vilizzio, President Néstor Kirchner Fellows for 2015/2016. Both were awarded a Fellowship after demonstrating academic excellence and a commitment to public service.
Youth and multidimensional inequality: the case of Argentina 2004-2014 in the Latin American context, by Analía Calero
Critical analysis of the inequalities experienced by young people in different dimensions such as health, education, housing and decent employment, in the context of public policies implemented in the last decade to reduce those inequalities.
Ms. Calero holds a BA and a MA in Economics, and is a Doctoral Candidate in Economics. She currently works as Principal Analyst at the Employment and Social Protection Ministry of Economy, National Office of Macroeconomic Policy of Argentina.
South America facing bilateral investment treaties: towards a return of the State in the settlement of disputes?, by María Magdalena Bas Vilizzio
Discussion of the models and debates on the role of the State in the settlement of disputes between investors and the State in the context of bilateral investment treaties. Assessment of the different positions adopted by governments in South America.
Ms. Bas Vilizzio received a BA in Law and Social Sciences and a Degree in International Relations. She holds a Master in Project Design and Management, and is candidate in a Master in Foreign Trade. Magdalena is actually a Professor at the Universidad de la República and Universidad de Montevideo. As a researcher, she studies international dispute settlements, bilateral investment treaties, integration and other topics regarding International Law.
This Fellowship is inspired by the legacy and achievements of former President Néstor Kirchner during his term as President of Argentina (2003-2007), coupled with his important work as the first Secretary General of UNASUR (2010). It focuses on the training of young leaders in South America, is organized by The Observatory on Latin America (OLA) of The New School, New York, and the Universidad Nacional de San Martín, Buenos Aires, Argentina. Since 2015 the PNK Fellowship has been expanded to all Latin American and Caribbean countries.
Wednesday, November 11th, 2015 · 6:00pm
The Orozco Room (Room 712)
66 West 12th Street, 7th floor
The New School
New York, NY
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The Lecture will be in English.
Free admission, limited seating.
Reservations are required.
Please RSVP by November 9th to pnklecture.eventbrite.com
THE PNK FELLOWSHIP HAS BEEN EXPANDED TO ALL LATIN AMERICAN AND CARIBBEAN COUNTRIES, AND WILL AWARD FOUR FELLOWSHIPS FOR 2016-2017
INFORMATION IS AVAILABLE, AND SUBMISSIONS WILL BE RECEIVED FROM
MARCH 1ST TO MAY 25TH, 2016!
This program is supported by the JULIEN J. STUDLEY FOUNDATION
and UNIVERSIDAD NACIONAL DE SAN MARTÍN, ARGENTINA