According to the program for Tuesday, the topics of Care Society and Life Policies will be addressed.
Intellectuals will speak out and present work on the theme “Environment, public goods and climate change.”
Others will do so on another quite controversial issue entitled “Towards a public science: Social sciences, humanities.”
The former president of Bolivia Alvaro García Linera, the former head of ECLAC Alicia Barcenas and the analyst Paul Ladd, will speak on “Economic crisis and dilemmas of development in Latin America.”
The day of talk will conclude with “Challenges of democracy in Latin America and the Caribbean”.
Meanwhile, the panels, work tables and workshops continue to be held in the numerous thematic venues of the faculties, auditoriums and the numerous facilities provided by the University for the best development of the ninth conference, which is going down in history as one of the largest and most dynamic of its kind.