On March 17 Francisco Luzon led a discussion to reflect on South-South alliances from an economic and social perspective.
Degree in Economics and Business Administration, Francisco Luzon has been chairman of Argentaria and Santander's Director for Latin America. Also, Luzon is external advisor Inditex, VP Global Universia and second vice president of the Royal Board of the National Library.
This experience, coupled with his knowledge of Latin American economic context makes him the ideal person to introduce this debate, drawing the scenario in which it is carried out cooperation between developing countries, and its future prospects.
Under the name the breakfasts ApS, Solidarity Alliance has launched this series of dialogues to reflect on the agenda and the post 2015 scenario development. Will take place throughout 2014, and they are invited all interested persons to participate in an open discussion on the challenges contained in the agenda of future members of NGOs, associations platforms, organizations and social movements, public stakeholders, funders etc..
Each breakfast focuses on a particular aspect, developed by an expert in that subject, and followed by an open discussion with the participants. Quotes from previous ApS Breakfasts focused on issues such as El future of European NGOs (Olivier Consolo, January 28) and Changes in the world and in development cooperation (Javier Solana, Tuesday 25 February).
You can follow Breakfasts in tweet with the tag # DesayunosApS