Building peace in the minds of men and women
The United Nations proclaimed World Portuguese Language Day in November 2019.
This virtual event will be the first time that representatives of the Member States of the Commonwealth of Portuguese-language Countries (Comunidade dos Países de Língua Portuguesa - CPLP) will celebrate this international day in Brasilia on 5 May 2021.
"The recognition of that date by UNESCO, with the establishment of a World Day of the Portuguese Language, represented an important step for our community in the appreciation and projection of our common language on an international scale." - Ambassador Francisco Ribeiro Telles, Executive Secretary of CPLP.
The ResiliArt Brazil - Impacts and Challenges of the Pandemic in Culture webinar aims to discuss the difficulties imposed by the COVID-19 pandemic on the creative and cultural industries and, in particular, on artists and professionals in the sector in Brazil and Latin America, as well as to exchange experiences on solutions to the crisis.
The Portuguese version of the 4th Global Report on Adult Learning and Education: Leave No One Behind: Participation, Equity, and Inclusion (GRALE 4) will be launched in Brazil during the webinar entitled International Virtual Dialogues on Adult Learning and Education, organized by the UNESCO Chair for Youth and Adult Education.
The webinar will have the participation of UNESCO Chair Coordinator Timothy Ireland, the UIL Representative Raúl Valdés, GRALE 4: UNESCO Brasilia Education Coordinator Rebeca Otero and the Panelists: Professor Eliane Dayse Furtado from the Federal University of Ceará, and Professor Jane Paiva from the State University of Rio de Janeiro.UERJ.