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Festival Bom Dia Brasil convida para o samba masterclass com a famosa passista de London School of Samba, Iuli Caroline da Silva

W najbliższą sobotę 27.11.2021 roku, Festiwal Bom Dia Brasil zaprasza na warsztaty samby ze światowej sławy tancerką i choreografką z São Paulo, Iuli Caroline da Silva. Wydarzenie jest bezpłatne. Informacje na temat zapisów w opisie wydarzenia.

World Plastic Connection Summit 2021.

W dniach 3-6 listopada, on-line, odbędzie się brazylijskie wydarzenie World Plastic Connection Summit 2021. Wirtualne Targi z udziałem 130 producentów produktów z przetworzonych tworzyw sztucznych (z branż takich jak agrobiznes, budownictwo, zabawki, opakowania i wyposażenie domu)

Jakie są nietypowe sposoby picia kawy?

Próbowaliście zimnych kawowych drinków, np. klasycznego espresso martini? W sam raz na początek ostatniego weekendu wakacji! #kawa #kawabrazylijska #specialtycoffee

Quer explorar oportunidades de internacionalização no mercado europeu?

em uma start-up? Quer explorar oportunidades de internacionalização no mercado europeu? Inscreva-se para a missão virtual à Polônia !. Durante a missão, poderá participar de um programa personalizado, que inclui atividades de imersão e reuniões virtuais, além da participação da conferência Infoshare - maior evento tecnológico na Europa Centro-Oriental.

Missão Virtual de Startups Brasileiras à Polônia

Estamos felizes em anunciar que neste 19 de julho iniciaram as inscrições para a Missão Virtual de Startups Brasileiras à Polônia 🚀. O projeto é realizado pela Embaixada do Brasil em Varsóvia e Sebrae, em cooperação com Startup HUB Poland e Polish-Portuguese Chamber of Commerce no âmbito do Programa Diplomacia da Inovação (PDI) do governo federal. A Missão tem por objetivo incentivar a internacionalização de empresas inovadoras brasileiras no mercado polonês e europeu.

Wizyta Ambasadora Brazylii i odznaczenie dla Honorowego Konsula Brazylii

Ambasador Brazylii Hadil Fontes da Rocha Vianna podczas swojej pierwszej wizyty w krakowskim magistracie podkreślił udane kontakty polsko-brazylijskie, szczególnie w dziedzinie edukacji. Podał przykład brazylijskiej studentki Uniwersytetu Jagiellońskiego Lary Marii Guedes Gonçalves Costa, która w tym roku zwyciężyła w uniwersyteckim konkursie „Interstudent”, jako najlepsza zagraniczna studentka w Polsce.

Take part in the largest foreing investment attraction event in Latin America

We'd like to remind about an opportunity to participate in Brasil Investment Forum 2021, which will take place on May 31 - June 1. According to the latest decisions, the event will be 100% virtual.

100-lecia nawiązania przez Polskę i Brazylię stosunków dyplomatycznych

Z okazji 100-lecia nawiązania przez Polskę i Brazylię stosunków dyplomatycznych, opublikowany został zbiór esejów "Polska i Brazylia - bliższe, niż się wydaje". Książka jest owocem współpracy Departamentu Studiów Brazylijskich Instytutu Studiów Iberyjskich i Iberoamerykańskich Uniwersytetu Warszawskiego, Muzeum Historii Polskiego Ruchu Ludowego oraz Towarzystwa Polsko-Brazylijskiego.

Wydanie znaczka upamiętniającego obchody 100-lecia nawiązania stosunków dyplomatycznych między Brazylią a Polską

W dniu 19 listopada 2020 roku Poczta Polska wydała znaczek upamiętniający obchody 100-lecia nawiązania stosunków dyplomatycznych między Brazylią a Polską. W dniu 27 maja 1920 r. pierwszy polski przedstawiciel dyplomatyczny Ksawery Orłowski wręczył ówczesnemu prezydentowi Brazylii Epitácio Pessoa listy uwierzytelniające, które formalizowały nawiązanie stosunków dyplomatycznych między obydwoma krajami. Rok później rząd brazylijski wysłał do Polski swojego pierwszego przedstawiciela dyplomatycznego Rinaldo de Lima e Silva.

Independence Day of Brazil

Brazil entered nationhood with considerably less strife and bloodshed than did the Spanish-speaking nations of the New World; however, the transition was not entirely peaceful. José Joaquim da Silva Xavier, popularly known as Tiradentes (“Tooth Puller”), instigated in 1789 the first rebellion against the Portuguese, who defeated his forces, executed him, and unwittingly made him a national hero in his martyrdom. The French revolutionary and Napoleonic wars deeply affected Brazil, although the main events of those conflicts unfolded across the Atlantic. In 1807 Napoleon I invaded Portugal, a British ally, largely to tighten the European blockade of Great Britain. The Portuguese prince regent Dom João (later King John VI [João VI]) decided to take refuge in Brazil, making it the only colony to serve as the seat of government for its mother country. The prince, the royal family, and a horde of nobles and functionaries left Portugal on November 29, 1807, under the protection of the British fleet. After several delays, they arrived at Rio de Janeiro on March 7, 1808. The colonists, convinced that a new era had dawned for Brazil, warmly welcomed Dom João, who promptly decreed a number of reforms. He abolished the Portuguese commercial monopoly on Brazilian trade, opened all harbours to the commerce of friendly nations (mainly Great Britain), and repealed laws that had prohibited Brazilian manufacturing. Dom João installed in Rio de Janeiro his ministry and Council of State, Supreme Court, exchequer and royal treasury, Royal Mint, royal printing office, and the Bank of Brazil. He also founded a royal library, a military academy, and medical and law schools. His decree of December 16, 1815, designated the Portuguese dominions the United Kingdom of Portugal, Brazil, and the Algarves, thus making Brazil coequal with Portugal. Dom João’s mother died in 1816, whereupon he ascended to the throne. Most Portuguese desired John VI’s return after the French withdrawal, but he remained away as Iberian troubles mounted. The king finally became preoccupied with the situation when radical revolts erupted in Lisbon and Oporto in 1820. On April 22, 1821, he appointed his son Dom Pedro regent and two days later sailed for Lisbon. Dom Pedro faced a difficult political situation: antagonism was growing between the Portuguese and Brazilians, republican propagandists were gaining greater influence, and the Cortes (parliament) of Lisbon instituted a series of shortsighted policies. The majority in the Cortes favoured restoring Brazil to its formerly dependent colonial status, and the parliament began repealing most of the reforms introduced by John VI. The Cortes then ordered Dom Pedro to return to Europe, fearing that he might head an independence movement. These acts aroused great indignation in Brazil. Dom Pedro responded by defying the Cortes with a speech known as the “Fico” (“I Am Staying”), and most Brazilians supported his decision. In January 1822 he formed a ministry headed by José Bonifácio de Andrada e Silva, a distinguished Paulista scholar later known as the Patriarch of Independence because he proved a tower of strength to the young regent during the first uncertain months of independence. On June 3 Dom Pedro convoked a legislative and constituent assembly, and on September 7, on the plain of Ipiranga, near the city of São Paulo, he proclaimed the independence of Brazil; he was crowned emperor on December 1. The United States officially recognized the new nation in 1824, and the Portuguese acknowledged Brazilian independence the following year, whereupon other European monarchies established diplomatic relations. (See also Latin America, history of: Brazil.) Score: https://www.britannica.com/place/Brazil/Independence