Three Nobel Prizes at the Estoril Conference

Bernard Kouchner and Rigoberta Menchu, and Nobel laureate Edmund Phelps, Nobel Peace Prize laureates, will debate global poverty as the biggest crime against humanity, on the 29th.

Integrated into a panel under the theme ‘Global Poverty: The Greatest Crime Against Humanity?’, Speakers will be on the last day of work.

Bernard Kouchner, the co-founder of Doctors Without Borders, Guatemalan human rights activist Rigoberta Menchu, received the Nobel Peace Prize in 1996 and 1992, and Edmund Phelps was awarded the Nobel Prize in Economics in 2006.

From May 27 to 29, more than 800 participants, at the Estoril Conferences will gather twelve heads of state, five Nobel Prizes, two Pritzker Prizes, a Pulitzer, as well as several world leaders in diplomacy, economics and politics.

Joana Marques Vidal, former Attorney General of the Republic, German Garavano, Argentina’s Minister of Justice and Human Rights, François Hollande, former French President and former President of the Republic of Brazil. Belgian Prime Minister Guy Verhofstadt.

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