The Mexican Society of students at The London School of Economics & Political Science (LSE) reported that they will hold the nineteenth edition of Mexico in London, under the premise “Mexico is More,” which will take place from March 6 – 8.
A series of academic and cultural events will be held, which are aimed at students, professors and the general public with a particular interest in Mexico, its political, economic and cultural environment, the purpose is to demonstrate the potential of Mexico in various fields.
During the opening on March 6, participants will include Anibal Gomez Toledo in charge of office of the Embassy of Mexico in the United Kingdom, professors Francisco Panizza and Gareth A. Jones as well as Gretel Cuevas Verdín president of the association for the period 2018-2019, in addition to the special participation of Member of Parliament Dan Carden, President of the Multiparty Parliamentary Committee for Mexico.
The panels will address issues of public policy, social mobility, health and education , expected the participation of specialists in each of the topics of various national institutions such as the Center for Studies Espinosa Yglesias (CEEY), as well as the Tec de Monterrey, CIDE, OECD and representatives of the Federal Government who joined this event in its 19th edition.
Finally, the LSE Mexican Society will offer a concert by the famous Mexican pianist Jorge Viladoms, which will be held with support from The National Liberal Club.
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