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Tag: British Embassy Brasilia

  • Monday, September 3rd 2018 - 07:47 UTC

    Falklands' competition open to students from Argentina, Brazil, Chile and Uruguay

    In 2017, Mauricio Giraudo was the Uruguayan winner, who traveled with Marco Aurélio Franceschini from Brazil and Hristo Gómez from Chile.

    The Government of the Falkland Islands and the British Embassies in Argentina, Brazil, Chile and Uruguay invites university students to participate. This regional competition offers winners the chance to visit the Falklands for a week with all the costs covered.

  • Monday, August 13th 2018 - 07:19 UTC

    UK embassy supporting program to help Brazil's energy goals

    Brazil's total energy demand is expected to increase 60% requiring an estimated cumulative investment of £365bn by 2030

    As part of the UK Government’s Prosperity Fund, the British Embassy in Brazil is commissioning a study to assess various options for the governance structure of an Energy Centre to inform and support the Prosperity Fund Energy Program.

  • Monday, March 5th 2018 - 11:59 UTC

    Falklands have three new young “ambassadors”

    Hristo Gomez, Marco Franceschini and Mauricio Giraudo, join British Ambassador in Uruguay Ian Duddy at the Government House in Stanley (Pic Twitter)

    Three young people who, judging by their boundless enthusiasm for all things Falkland, could be ambassadors for the Islands after only a week in Stanley and the Camp. Mauricio Giraudo from Uruguay, Marco Franceschini from Brazil and Hristo Gomez, from Chile, are this year’s winners of a competition organized each year by the British embassies in Montevideo, Brasilia and Santiago and sponsored and financed by the Falkland Islands Government.

  • Thursday, September 21st 2017 - 08:09 UTC

    Why would I like to meet my neighbors in the Falkland Islands?

    María Romina Dominzain from Uruguay (R), who traveled with Augusto Neubauer from Brazil (L) and Maritza Cárdenas from Chile.(C)

    The Government of the Falkland Islands and the British Embassies in Uruguay, Brazil and Chile invite university students to participate in a regional competition to visit the Falkland Islands.

  • Saturday, August 19th 2017 - 08:31 UTC

    UK envoy in Brazil promotes trade and scientific cooperation

    UK Trade Envoy for Brazil, Mark Prisk MP (C) with some of the new scholars from Recife (Pic Twitter)

    Mark Prisk, the UK’s trade envoy to Brazil makes his first visit to Recife this year with the purpose of increasing dialogue between the region and United Kingdom. He will discuss topics such as trade, smart cities and the UK government’s international awards scheme, Chevening in bilaterals with Porto Digital and Fiepe. The Trade Envoy was previously in São Paulo in where he held meetings with government and private sector representatives.

  • Thursday, May 4th 2017 - 06:36 UTC

    Two weeks of ”Think Brazil” in UK, a showcase of business possibilities between the two countries

    “Think Brazil” aims to reinforce cooperation between governments, involving strategic partners from public and private sectors, to encourage business.

    May is set to be the Brazil month in the United Kingdom. During two weeks (10-19), the Brazilian Government, through its Ministry of Foreign Affairs and its Embassy in London, and the British Government, through its network in Brazil of Consulates and the Embassy, will bring to London and other UK cities a program full of cultural activities, business meetings and institutional encounters.

  • Monday, October 21st 2013 - 23:45 UTC

    Brazil and UK intensify scientific research cooperation and exchanges

    The British Science and Innovation Network is hosting the Brazilian delegation (Pic. D. Arruda)

    The British Science and Innovation Network and the Confederation of Brazilian Funding Agencies (Confap) have taken nine funding agencies to the United Kingdom for a week long of meetings with their counterparts and other scientific organizations and universities.