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Event Programme

Including the Excluded in Global Politics (IEGP)

Rio de Janeiro, Brazil



Wednesday, 13 April 2011

BGD Press Conference with TV, radio and print media






Welcome: BGD Programme and the IEGP Project

 Moema de Miranda, IBASE and  Jan Aart Scholte, Warwick University





Emergent Workshop Themes

Chair:                Alfred Nhema, Pan African Development Center


'Including Peasants in Global Politics'

Nora McKeon, Terra Nuova and Roma Tre University

Chair:               Anand Kumar, Jawaharlal Nehru University

Respondent:    Judith Wedderburn, Friedrich Ebert Foundation, Jamaica


 Read Summary of Day 1 of the Workshop                      


Thursday, 14 April 2011

‘Including the Urban Poor in Global Politics: The SDI Experience’

Ben Bradlow and Rose Molokoane, Shack/Slum Dwellers International

Chair:               Alla Glinchikova, Russian Academy of Sciences

Respondent:    Bimalendra Nidhi, Nepal Constituent Assembly 


‘Including Islamic Finance in the Global Economy’

Gairuzazmi M. Ghani, International Islamic University

Chair:              Moema de Miranda, IBASE

Respondent:  Gladys Branche, Sierra Leone Labour Congress


‘Including Children in Global Politics: The First International Forum on Children’s Development’

Bu Wei, Chinese Academy of Social Sciences

Chair:              Obijiofor Aginam, United Nations University

Respondent:   Khaled Mansour, UNICEF 


‘Including Sexual Diversities in Global Politics’

Kimberly Vance, ARC International

Chair:              Sitiveni Halapua, East-West Center

Respondent:    Venus Ilagan, Rehabilitation International


‘Including Micro-States in Global Politics: The Pacific Island Experience’

Graham Hassall, Victoria University of Wellington

Chair:              Jessica Byron, University of the West Indies

Respondent:   Bakhit Abdildina, UN Regional Centre for Preventive Diplomacy in Central Asia, Kazakhstan


 Read Summary of Day 2 of the Workshop 


Friday, 15 April 2011 

Where Have We Got So Far?


‘Including Afro-Descendent Women in Global Politics’

Epsy Campbell-Barr, Costa Rica

Chair:              Peng Zongchao, Tsinghua University

Respondent:   Cynthia Carey-Grant, WORLD


Questions of Caste: Including Dalits in Global Politics

Vivek Kumar, Jawaharlal Nehru University

Chair:              Diana Brydon, University of Manitoba

Respondent:   Margarita Salinas, Bolivia



Supranational Means of Minority Empowerment: The Case of Tatarstan’

Liliya Nizamova, Kazan (Volga Region) Federal University.

Chair:              Alfred Nhema, Pan African Development Center

Respondent:   Carles Riera, International Escarré Centre for Ethnic Minorities and Nations, Catalonia


‘Challenges of Post-Tutelage: Indigenous Peoples in Global Politics’

João Pacheco de Oliveira and Andrey Cordeiro Ferreira, UFRJ

Chair:              Ahmed Naguib, Democracy Activist, Egypt

Respondent:    Zuzanka Kutena, Civil Society Advisory Committee, Commonwealth Foundation & Marcos Terena, Cátedra Indígena Itinerante


Including the Excluded in Global Politics: Summing Up

Chair:              Moema de Miranda, IBASE


 Read Summary of Day 3 of the Workshop    


 Read Summary of Workshop Findings 


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