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Mr Juan Carlos Pane Solis

Post:Research student (Institute of Development Studies)
Email:jp538@sussex.ac.uk
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Biography

Juan Carlos Pane is the former Chief of Staff and Senior Policy Advisor for the Ministry of Economic and Social Planning in Paraguay. Before moving to the U.K. to pursue a Ph.D. in International Development, Pane was responsible for advising the Minister on key social and economic issues, and supporting the design and implementation of policy programs, including Sembrando Oportunidades, the National Poverty Alleviation program. Pane is in the process of launching Oré, a Think and Do tank focused on bringing together key actors, resources and innovation to strengthen development and poverty alleviation efforts in Paraguay and the region. The goal is to ally with organizations to solve social problems through research, collaboration, and action. On fellowship, Pane will explore how to use research and empower stakeholders to come together to contribute to a common goal, align resources, develop consensus, and take action. 

Qualifications

Juan Carlos Pane is the former Chief of Staff and Senior Policy Advisor for the Ministry of Economic and Social Planning in Paraguay. Before moving to the U.K. to pursue a Ph.D. in International Development, Pane was responsible for advising the Minister on key social and economic issues, and supporting the design and implementation of policy programs, including Sembrando Oportunidades, the National Poverty Alleviation program. Pane is in the process of launching Oré, a Think and Do tank focused on bringing together key actors, resources and innovation to strengthen development and poverty alleviation efforts in Paraguay and the region. The goal is to ally with organizations to solve social problems through research, collaboration, and action. On fellowship, Pane will explore how to use research and empower stakeholders to come together to contribute to a common goal, align resources, develop consensus, and take action.