• The program includes more than 30 speakers from Mexico, among politicians, academics, public servants, judges, consultants and journalists.


LONDON, UK, March 11, 2014. - With the title: "Let´s Talk about Politics and Policies in Mexico," The London School of Economics and Political Science (LSE) will hold from today until next Thursday its Mexico Week 2014.


Since it began, 15 years ago, LSE´s Mexico Week has represented an event of academic and public character that brings together students, former alumni, public figures and Mexican artists.


This year LSE is gathering more than 30 speakers, including politicians, academics, public servants, judges, consultants and journalists from Mexico, as well as some of its most distinguished scholars.


The program, whose details can be viewed at the following link: http://bit.ly/1gevcjW, includes the participation of the Secretary General of the Organisation for Economic Co-operation and Development (OECD), José Angel Gurría, and closing remarks by Ambassador of Mexico to the United Kingdom, Diego Gomez Pickering


Given that the week is celebrating its 15th anniversary, special emphasis was placed in securing the participation of LSE alumni who now play an important role in Mexican public life.