Honor session: Incorporation as a member of the board of Directors to Dr. José Azel

Honor session: Incorporation as a member of the board of Directors to Dr. José Azel

Honor session
Thursday 9 May 2019 at 6:00 PM
At the headquarters of the Interamerican Institute for Democracy

INTERAMERICAN INSTITUTE FOR DEMOCRACY

Invite you (s) to the Honor session

Incorporation as a member of the board

DR. JOSE AZEL

Live broadcast

THURSDAY, MAY 9TH, 2019 AT 6:00PM

At the headquarters of the Interamerican Institute for Democracy

2100 Coral Way. Miami, FL 33145 (Ste. 500) MAP

Program

1. Welcome: Carlos Sánchez Berzaín
2. Presentation: Carlos Alberto Montaner
3. “Poverty has no causes”: Josef Azel
4. Remarks by the President: Maurice Ferre

RSVP: iid@intdemocratic.org

 

José Azel left Cuba in 1961 as a political exile at the age of 13 in operation Pedro Pan. Retired from the business world in 2008, Dr. Azel dedicated himself, for ten years, to analyzing Cuba’s economic and sociopolitical situation as a researcher at the University of Miami Institute of Cuban and Cuban-American studies. In 2012 and 2015 Dr. Azel testified to the United States Congress on national and political security with Cuba. Dr. Azel was Assistant professor of international business at the University of Miami. He has a bachelor’s degree in Business Administration and a PhD in international Studies from the University of Miami. He is the author of the book tomorrow in Cuba, The poems pieces and gaps, and the books Reflections on Freedom, and freedom for newbies, both collections of his columns published in prestigious newspapers.

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