Progressive Governance Conference

Chile ’09

PGC09 provisional attendee list

Progressive Governance Conference Chile 27 March 2009 – provisional attendee list

This provisional list of attendees is provided on a best endeavours basis to aid transparency prior to  registration.

People who are not on this list might also attend the conference, equally people who are on the list may not attend.  Please notify us of any errors we may have made so that they can be corrected.

Mauro Agostini (Italy) is a member of the Italian Senate for the Democratic Party.
Felipe Agüero (Chile) is programme coordinator of the human rights and citizenship programme at the Ford Foundation.
Ernesto Águila (Chile) is executive director of the Instituto Igualdad.
Carlos Álvarez (Argentina) is president of the permanent commission of representatives to Mercosur and former vice president of Argentina.
Michael Alvarez (Germany) is the director of the office of the Southern Cone for the Heinrich Böll Foundation.
Valerie Amos (UK) is a member of the House of Lords and its former leader.
Magdalena Andersson (Sweden) is foreign policy adviser to the leader of the Swedish Social Democratic Party and former secretary of state in the Finance Ministry.
Osvaldo Andrade (Chile) is former Chilean minister of labour.
Michael Andrews (US) is president of international operations at the Institute for Physical Studies and former vice president and director of international business affairs at Citigroup.
Cristóbal Aninat Urrejola (Chile) is a researcher at the UDP Expansiva.
José Pablo Arellano (Chile) is president and CEO of Codelco.
María Eliana Arntz (Chile) works for the Corporación Proyect América.
Genaro Arriagada Herrera (Chile) is former Chilean minister for the Presidency.
Pepe Auth Stewart (Chile) is president of the Chilean Party for Democracy.
Luis Ayala (Chile) is secretary general of the Socialist International.
Luca Bader (Italy) is director of the Institute of European Democrats in Brussels and member of the Italian Democratic Party’s international relations team.
Alejandro Bahamondes Saavedra (Chile) is secretary general of the Chilean Party for Democracy.
Alicia Bárcena (Mexico) is executive secretary of Cepal.
Frans Becker (Netherlands) is deputy director of the Wiardi Beckman Foundation, the thinktank of the Dutch Labour party.
Pablo Bello Arellano (Chile) is the Chilean under secretary of state for telecommunications.
Ariel Bergamino (Uruguay) is senior adviser to the President of Uruguay.
Tom Bentley (UK) is senior adviser to the Australian deputy prime minister and former director of Demos, London.
Michelle Bachelet (Chile) is the president of Chile.
Marcel Fortuna Biato (Brazil) is ambassador and adviser to the president of Brazil.
Jo Billingham (UK) is international manager of the UK Labour Party.
Hermes Binner (Argentina) is governor for the state of Santa Fe.
Ana Birchall (Romania) is the spokesperson for the Bucharest Social Democratic Party and the party’s shadow spokesperson on education.
Miguel Brechner (Uruguay) is president of the Technology Laboratory of Uruguay.
Gordon Brown (UK) is the prime minister of the United Kingdom.
Matt Browne (UK) is a fellow at the Center for American Progress where he heads the Global Progress program.
Annie Bruzzone (UK) is a policy researcher at Policy Network.
Joe Burns (UK) is political adviser and assistant to David Sainsbury and former private secretary in charge of David Sainsbury’s ministerial office.
Alfredo Cabral (Brazil) is a policy researcher at Policy Network.
Jesús Caldera (Spain) is the executive vice president of the Ideas Foundation and former Spanish minister of labour and social affairs.
Axel Callis Rodríguez (Chile) is chief of cabinet to the Chilean undersecretary of state for regional and administrative development.
Guillermo Campero (Chile) is a labour specialist at the International Labour Organization in Chile.
Neftalí Carabantes Hernández (Chile) is undersecretary of state for the government of Chile.
Javier Castillo (Chile) is academic coordinator at the Instituto Igualdad.
Juan Luis Castro (Chile) is former president of the Medical College.
Luis Felipe Céspedes (Chile) is head of research at the Central Bank of Chile.
Nita Clarke (UK) is the director of the Involvement and Participation Association and former assistant political secretary to Tony Blair.
David Coats (UK) is associate director of policy at The Work Foundation.
Sander Cohen (Netherlands) is private secretary to the Dutch minister for European affairs.
Marcelo Contreras (Chile) is director of the international programme at Fundación Chile 21.
Enrique Correa (Chile) is president of the Corporación Proyect América and former Chilean minister secretary general of the government.
Luis Correa Bluas (Chile) works for the Instituto Igualdad.
Dan Corry (UK) is senior economic policy adviser to the UK prime minister and chair of the Advisers Council of the National Economic Council.
Olaf Cramme (Germany) is director of Policy Network.
René Cuperus (Netherlands) is director of international relations and senior research fellow at the Wiardi Beckman Foundation, the think tank of the Dutch Labour Party.
Lucía Damnert (Perú) is researcher at Flacso.
Enrique Dávila (Chile) is a board member of Fundación Chile 21.
Gabriel de la Fuente (Chile) works for the Instituto Igualdad.
Rudy deLeon (US) is senior vice president for national security programs at the Center for American Progress.
María de los Ángeles Fernández (Chile) is executive director of Fundación Chile 21.
Tibor Dessewffy (Hungary) is chairman of the Demos Hungary Foundation and associate professor at the Faculty of Social Sciences of Eötvös Loránd University, Budapest.
Álvaro Díaz (Chile) is ambassador of Chile to Brazil.
Francisco Javier Diaz (Chile) is adviser to the president of Chile.
Eduardo Dockendorff (Chile) is director of the Institute for Public Affairs at the University of Chile.
Matthew Doyle (UK) is political director for Tony Blair and former special adviser to the UK prime minister.
Dimitrios Droutsas (Greece) is diplomatic director to the president of the Panhellenic Socialist Movement (Pasok).
Karl Duffek (Austria) is director of the Renner Institute, the political academy of the Austrian Social Democratic Party and vice president of Feps.
Jaime Ensignia (Chile) is from the Friedrich Ebert Foundation.
Camilo Escalona (Chile) is senator and president of the Socialist Party.
Luis Eduardo Escobar Fritzsche (Chile) is an economist at Fundación Chile 21.
Raimundo Espinoza (Chile) is president of the Copper Workers’ Union and president of the Fundación Trabajo y Sociedad.
Piero Fassino (Italy) is head of the foreign affairs department of the Democratic Party and former Italian minister for justice and foreign trade.
Eduardo Fernández Farias (Uruguay) is general secretary of the Socialist Party.
Cristián Fernández Mandujano (Chile) is president of the youth wing of the Social Democratic Radical Party.
Olivier Ferrand (France) is president of Terra Nova, a Parisbased thinktank and national delegate for Europe for the French Socialist Party.
Aldo Ferrer (Argentina) is professor of economics at the University of Buenos Aires and director of Enarsa.
Ricardo Ffrench-Davis (Chile) is professor of economics at the University of Chile.
Perian Flaherty (US) works in Berkeley, California as an artist.
Ángel Flisfisch (Chile) is director of planning at the Ministry of Foreign Affairs and is representative of Chile to Unasur.
Dario Franceschini (Italy) is leader of the Italian Democratic Party.
Eduardo Frei Ruiz-Tagle (Chile) is former president of Chile.
He is currently a senator for the Christian Democratic Party.
Claudio Fuentes (Chile) is director of the Social Science Research Institute (ICSO) at the Diego Portales University.
Robert Funk (Chile) is professor of political science at the University of Chile.
Enrique Ganuza (Argentina) is from the United Nations Development Programme in Chile.
Héctor Gárate Wamparo (Chile) is president of the youth wing of the Christian Democratic Party.
Álvaro Garcia (Uruguay) is Uruguayan minister of finance.
Marco Aurélio Garcia (Brazil) is senior adviser to the president of Brazil.
Manuel Antonio Garretón (Chile) is professor of sociology at the University of Chile.
Ginés González García (Argentina) is ambassador of Argentina to Chile.
Oscar Guillermo Garretón (Chile) is president of the Fundación Chile.
Elisabet Gerber (Argentina) works for the Friedrich Ebert Foundation.
Guido Girardi Lavín (Chile) is a senator and vice president of the Chilean Party for Democracy.
Phil Goff (New Zealand) is leader of the New Zealand Labour Party and leader of the opposition in the House of Representatives.
Luiz Gonzaga Beluzzo (Brazil) is economic adviser to the president of Brazil.
Sandro Gozi (Italy) is deputy spokesperson for the Italian Democratic Party in the parliamentary committee on European Union policies.
Nicolás Grau (Chile) is assistant professor of economics at the University of Chile.
Felipe Harboe (Chile) is former Chilean undersecretary of state at the Ministry for the Interior.
Clarisa Hardy (Chile) is adviser to the president and former Chilean minister for planning.
Joel Hasse Ferreira (Portugal) is a member of the European Parliament for the Portuguese Socialist Party.
Sergio Henríquez (Chile) is president of the board of Correos de Chile and a member of the Grupo Océanos Azules.
Paulo Hidalgo Aramburu (Chile) is the chief of the research division at the Chilean Ministry of the Presidency.
Susan Hitch (UK) is manager of Lord Sainsbury of Turville’s pro bono programme, broadcaster and former fellow of Magdalen College, University of Oxford.
Ulrich Hörning (Germany) is a member of the political planning and strategy team of the German minister of finance, Peer Steinbrück.
Paul Hofheinz (US) is president of the Lisbon Council for Economic Competitiveness and Social Renewal, a Brussels based thinktank.
Carlos Huneeus (Chile) is executive director of Corporación Cerc.
José Jara (Chile) is interim director of Flacso-Chile.
Alejandro Jara Weitzmann (Chile) is responsible for foreign affairs at the Instituto Igualdad and director of analysis and programming at Codelco.
Carlos Abel Jarpa Wevar (Chile) is a member of the House of Deputies for the Chilean Social Democratic Radical Party and a member of the foreign affairs committee.
Isra Jawad (UK) is events and office manager at Policy Network.
Trinidad Jiménez (Spain) is Spanish secretary of state for Ibero-America.
Elena Jurado (Spain) is head of research at Policy Network.
Donald Kaberuka (Rwanda) is president of the African Development Bank and former Rwandan minister of finance and economic planning.
Bernardo Kliksberg (Argentina) is honorary professor at the University of Buenos Aires and principal adviser on Latin America to the directorate of the United Nations Development Programme.
Jürgen Krönig (Germany) is a commentator for Die Zeit and other publications in Germany, Britain and Switzerland.
Paulina Lampsa (Greece) is secretary of the international relations department of the Panhellenic Socialist Movement (Pasok).
Marta Lagos (Chile) is director of Mori, Chile.
Ricardo Lagos Weber (Chile) is former secretary general of the Chilean government and is vice president of the Party for Democracy.
Roger Liddle (UK) is vice chair (policy) at Policy Network.
Michael Lind (US) is policy director of the Economic Growth/ Next Social Contract Program at the New America Foundation.
Oscar Landerretche (Chile) is professor of economics at the University of Chile.
Jan Larsson (Sweden) is a consultant at McKinsey and former secretary of state for the prime minister of Sweden.
Juan Carlos Latorre Carmona (Chile) is president of the Chilean Christian Democratic Party and is a member of the House of Deputies.
Manuel Lejarreta (Spain) is deputy director for Mercosur countries and Chile and assistant to the Spanish minister for Ibero-America.
Juan Pablo Letelier is senator for the Chilean Socialist Party Juan Fernando López Aguilar (Spain) is the general secretary of the Spanish Socialist Party in the Canary Islands and former minister for justice.
Luiz Inácio Lula da Silva (Brazil) is the president of Brazil.
Matthias Machnig (Germany) is state secretary at the German Federal Ministry for the Environment and former federal executive secretary of the Social Democratic Party.
Antoine Maillet (France) is a researcher at the Instituto Igualdad.
Luis Maira (Chile) is ambassador of Chile to Argentina.
Víctor Maldonado (Chile) is adviser to the president of Chile.
Peter Mandelson (UK) is UK secretary of state for business, enterprise and regulatory reform and president of Policy Network.
Beatriz Manz (US) is professor of Chicano studies at the University of California, Berkeley.
Jorge Marshall (Chile) is director of Expansiva UDP Public Policy Institute.
Will Marshall (US) is president of the Progressive Policy Institute.
Paul Martin (Canada) is former prime minister of Canada.
Franklin Martins (Brazil) is Brazilian minister for communications.
Pierdomenico Martino (Italy) is a member of parliament for the Italian Democratic Party.
Gonzalo Martner (Chile) is ambassador of Chile to Spain.
Sebastián Maturana (Chile) is researcher at the Instituto Igualdad.
Marta Maurás (Chile) is former regional director of Unicef for Latin America and the Caribbean.
Michael McTernan (Ireland) is communications and website manager at Policy Network.
Patricio Meller (Chile) is professor of economics at the University of Chile and director of Cieplan.
Sadi Melo (Chile) is mayor of El Bosque and is vice president of the Chilean Socialist Party.
Daniel Melo Contreras (Chile) is president of the youth wing of the Chilean Socialist Party.
Alejandro Micco (Chile) is adviser at the Chilean ministry of finance.
Michael Miebach (Germany) is managing editor of the magazine Berliner Republik and special adviser to a Social Democratic member of the Bundestag.
Guillermo Miranda (Chile) is director of the International Labour Organisation in Chile.
Iván Mlynarz (Chile) is a member of the New Left Movement.
Danae Mlynarz (Chile) is president of the presidential consulting committee, Protección de los Derechos de lasPersonas.
Edgardo Mocca (Argentina) is political scientist and professor at the University of Buenos Aires.
Juan Temístocles Montás Dominguez (Dominican Republic) is Dominican Republic minister for the economy,planning and development.
Mike Moore (New Zealand) is former prime minister of New Zealand and a former director of the World Trade Organisation.
Juan Moscoso del Prado (Spain) is a member of parliament for the PSOE.
Carlos Mulas-Granados (Spain) is a tenured professor of applied economics at Complutense University and directorof the Ideas Foundation.
Meg Munn (UK) is a member of parliament and former UK parliamentary undersecretary of state at the Foreign and Commonwealth Office.
Heraldo Muñoz (Chile) is ambassador and permanent representative of Chile to the United Nations.
Mauricio Muñoz Gutiérrez (Chile) is Chilean presidential adviser on public policy.
Mario Nalpatian (Uruguay) is president of the Consejo Nacional Armenio of South America.
Nicolás Navarrete (Chile) is president of the youth wing of the Chilean Party for Democracy.
Cesar Navarro (Bolivia) is a member of the Bolivian House of Deputies and is president of the Movement to Socialism.
Wolfgang Nowak (Germany) is spokesman of the executive board of the Alfred Herrhausen Society, the International Forum of Deutsche Bank.
Pär Nuder (Sweden) is a member of the Swedish Social Democratic party’s executive and former minister for finance, culture and policy coordination.
Daniel Núñez (Chile) is director of the Alejandro Lipshutz Science Institute (ICAL).
Ricardo Núñez Muñoz (Chile) is a senator for the Chilean Socialist Party and president of the Instituto Igualdad.
Carlos Ominami Pascual (Chile) is a senator for the Chilean Socialist Party and member of the Senate Finance Committee.
Marco Opazo (Chile) is vice president of the Instituto Igualdad and legal adviser to the Chilean Ministry of the Presidency.
Eugenio Ortega (Chile) is chief of staff to the Chilean minister for education.
Jesús Ortega (Mexico) is secretary of the Mexican National Party of the Democratic Revolution (PRD).
Andrés Ortega Klein (Spain) is director of the policy unit within the Spanish prime minister’s office.
Ernesto Ottone (Chile) is professor at the University Diego Portales.
George A. Papandreou (Greece) is leader of the Panhellenic Socialist Movement (Pasok) and president of the Socialist International.
Enrique Paris (Chile) works for the Chilean ministry of finance.
Edmundo Pérez Yoma (Chile) is Chilean interior minister.
William Perrin (UK) is a public policy web innovator and former technology policy adviser to the UK prime minister.
Andrea Péruzy (Italy) is executive director of the Italianieuropei Foundation.
Guillermo Pickering (Chile) is former Chilean undersecretary of state for the interior and is president of the National Association of Sanitary Services (Andess).
Lapo Pistelli (Italy) is the international secretary of the Italian Democratic Party.
Juan Carlos Pita Alvariza (Uruguay) is ambassador of Uruguay to Chile.
Marcio Pochmann (Brazil) is president of the Instituto de Pesquisa Econômica Aplicada.
Patricia Politzer (Chile) is dean of the faculty of communication and humanities at Uniacc University.
Freddy Ponce (Chile) is from Imaginacción Consulting.
Karen Poniachik (Chile) is special representative of Chile to the Organisation for Economic Cooperation andDevelopment.
James Purnell (UK) is UK secretary of state for work and pensions.
Paula Quintana Meléndez (Chile) is Chilean minister for planning.
Yesko Quiroga (Germany) is from the Friedrich Ebert Foundation.
Giles Radice (UK) is chair of Policy Network and life peer of the UK Labour party.
Conrado Ramos (Uruguay) is adviser to the president of Uruguay.
Aníbal Randazzo (Argentina) is Argentinean minister of the interior.
Ellie Reeves (UK) is a member of the UK Labour Party’s National Policy Forum and chair of the Britain in the World Policy Commission.
Robert B. Reich (US) is professor of public policy at the Goldman School of Public Policy at the University of California, Berkeley. He has served in three national administrations.
Thijs Reuten (Netherlands) is political adviser to the Dutch minister for European Affairs.
Teresa Ribera is Spanish state secretary for the environment
Ximena Rincón (Chile) is president of the board of the Centre for Development Studies (CED).
Gonzalo Rivas (Chile) is consultant to the United Nations Development Programme.
Andrés Rivera (Chile) is a researcher at the Centre for Scientific Study.
Patricia Roa (Chile) is from the Corporación Proyect América and is a member of the Central Committee of the Chilean Socialist Party.
Andrea Romano (Italy) is professor of contemporary history at the University of Rome and columnist at the Italian daily, Il Riformista.
Simon Rosenberg (US) is founder and president of the New Democratic Network.
Nick Rowley (Australia) is director of Kinesis and strategic director of the Copenhagen Climate Council.
Francesco Rutelli (Italy) is a senator of the Republic of Italy for the Democratic Party.
Claudio Rutllant (Chile) is manager of strategic communications at Imaginacción Consulting.
Mona Sahlin (Sweden) is leader of the Swedish Social Democratic party.
David Sainsbury (UK) is a British businessman, politician and peer in the Labour Party. He is a former UK minister of science and innovation.
Fran Sainsbury (UK) is former senior policy adviser at the UK prime minister’s Strategy Unit and the Cabinet Office.
Julio Salas Gutiérrez (Chile) is head of the political affairs division at the Chilean Ministry of the Presidency.
Rick Samans (US) is senior fellow at the Center for American Progress and managing director of the World Economic Forum.
Antolín Sánchez Presedo (Spain) is a member of the European Parliament for the PSOE.
Martin Sandgren (Sweden) is deputy international secretary of the Swedish Social Democratic Party.
Wolfgang Schmidt (Germany) is chief of staff and head of the Policy Planning Unit of the German Federal Ministry of Labor and Social Affairs.
Folke Schuppert (Germany) is research professor of new modes of governance at the Social Science Research Centre, Berlin and professor of public administration, constitution and administrative law at Humboldt University.
Iván Schütz (Chile) works for the Instituto Igualdad.
Claudia Serrano Madrid (Chile) is Chilean minister of labour.
Harley Shaiken (US) is class of 1930 professor of literature and science at the University of California, Berkeley.
Heather Simpson (New Zealand) is former chief of staff to the prime minister of New Zealand.
Kathryn Skidmore (UK) is head of operations at Policy Network.
María Solanas (Spain) is adviser on international affairs in the office of the prime minister of Spain.
Ricardo Solari (Chile) is vice president of the Chilean Socialist Party and is former minister of labour.
Oscar Stenström (Sweden) is foreign policy adviser to the leader of the Swedish Social Democratic party.
Tibor Szanyi (Hungary) is a member of the Hungarian parliament.
Enrique Taiana (Argentina) is Argentinean minister of external relations.
Héctor Timerman (Argentina) is ambassador of Argentina to the United States.
Frans Timmermans (Netherlands) is Dutch minister for European affairs and member of parliament for the LabourParty.
Eugenio Tironi (Chile) is president of Tironi Asociados S.A.
Carolina Tohá (Chile) is minister secretary general of the Chilean government.
Marcelo Tokman Ramos (Chile) is Chilean minister for energy.
Francisco Tomic (Chile) is senior vice president of human development and finance at Codelco.
Loukas Tsoukalis (Greece) is president of the Hellenic Foundation for European and Foreign Policy (ELIAMEP)and Jean Monnet professor of European integration at the University of Athens.
Ana Lya Uriarte Rodríguez (Chile) is Chilean minister for the environment.
Cecilia Valdés (Chile) is executive secretary of the Corporación ProyectAmérica.
Juan Gabriel Valdés (Chile) is director of Proyecto Chile -Imagen País and is former Chilean minister of foreign affairs.
Michiel van Hulten (Netherlands) is managing director of the government relations team at Burson-Marsteller, Brussels.
Alberto Van Klaveren (Chile) is Chilean undersecretary of state for foreign affairs.
Carlos Vargas (Chile) is executive director of the Fundación Trabajo y Sociedad.
Jorge Vázquez (Uruguay) is deputy chief of staff to the President of Uruguay.
Andrés Velasco (Chile) is Chilean minister of finance.
Carlos Vergara (Chile) is regional adviser to the executive secretariat of Cepal.
Gianni Vernetti (Italy) is a member of the Chamber of Deputies for the Italian Democratic Party and former secretary of state for foreign affairs.
José Antonio Viera-Gallo (Chile) is Chilean secretary general of the Presidency.
Marcos Villamán (Dominican Republic) is general manager of the Project for Reform of the State and of the National Commission for Reform.
Ignacio Walker (Chile) is former Chilean minister of foreign affairs.

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