IBI-The Institute of Brazilian Issues was
established in 1990 to promote stronger U.S.-Brazil relations
within the changing international order. IBI seeks to do so
by working with
all interested parties, and especially the business sectors
of both countries. It encourages the resolution of differences,
to identify areas where relations might be expanded. In essence,
IBI promotes a greater convergence of viewpoints and interests
between the two nations. The Institute operates within the
Center for Latin
American Issues, an integral part of the School of Business.
The Institute's day-to-day activities are organized and directed
by James Ferrer and Kevin Kellbach.
Minerva Program Now
Open to All Countries
in Latin America and the Caribbean
Since 1994, CLAI has offered its Minerva training program to public
servants from Brazil. The program helps participants, who come
from many different government ministries and agencies, to
in economics, finance, economic policy-making, regulation,
and public ethics. "Minervistas" return to their respective
agencies more knowledgeable and better equipped to do their
is now open to mid-level public servants from all countries
in Latin America and the Caribbean.
For more information on Minerva, please click on the links below,
or contact CLAI at firstname.lastname@example.org, or by phone at (202) 994-5205.
Program Summary (english)
del Programa Minerva (español)
Updated December 2, 2013