Intergovernmental Cooperation in Multilevel Systems – Day 2

In this two part webinar series, international experts from around the world provide insights into the dynamics of the intergovernmental cooperation regimes within their respective countries. Aiming to support understanding among Brazilian practitioners and researchers of intergovernmental collaboration in other jurisdictions, the discussion aims to enrich the debate on effective and efficient intergovernmental cooperation in Brazil.

Day 2 explores the the experiences of South Africa, Germany, Mexico and Colombia.


Enid Slack, Director, Institute on Municipal Finance and Governance, Munk School of Global Affairs and Public Policy, University of Toronto (Canada)

Fernando Rezende, Professor of Public Finance and Fiscal Policy (Brazil)

Constantino Cronemberger Mendes, Director, Forum of Federations Brazil Office (Brazil)

Nico Steytler, Professor and Research Chair in Multilevel Government, Law and Policy, Dullah Omar Institute of Constitutional Law, Governance and Human Rights, University of the Western Cape (South Africa)

Johanna Schnabel, Lecturer, Chair of German Politics, Otto Sur Institute for Political Science, Freie Universita¨t Berlin (Germany)

Andrea Chávez, Director of International Affairs, INAFED (Mexico)

Pablo Sanabria-Pulido, Associate Professor and Director of Graduate Programs, School of Government, Universidad de los Andes (Colombia)