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An initiative for preparing new leaders

In a recent conversation with Professor João Bosco, the President of the Brazil Africa Institute, we discussed the importance of young people in economic and...

For man than so-called homo sapiens

Life is full of symbols! This is the case of a library and a bookstore that put this book on display as the main...

Exploring the potential of partnerships for development

Developing economies face many challenges, but they offer immense opportunities no matter the level of development in the country. In general, the challenges are...

Bright prospects for agricultural cooperation between Brazil and Africa

Imagine an infertile Savannah of 204 million hectares becoming a multi-billion dollar bread basket… Impossible? And yet… three decades ago, the ‘infertile’ Brazilian Savannah,...

Stemming the tide, the need for ethical leadership

A recent conversation with João Bosco Monte, president of Instituto Brazil Africa, highlighted the importance of a return to ethics and values. Brazilians and Africans need to...

Up-to-date Arraes

2016 celebrated the one hundredth birthday of Miguel Arraes on December 15th, the 10-year anniversary of the Miguel Arraes Institute, and the 40 year of...

Africa: the new frontier for Internacional Business

In the last 15 years, several countries on the African continent have experienced unprecedented growth. In 2015, Africa reached an average growth rate of 3.5%...

Africa and the current challenge of migration

Migratory movements are one of the biggest challenges of the XXI century and are one of the key issues in international relations, both for...

A High 5 for Africa!

In September 2015, world leaders agreed to an ambitious set of Sustainable Development Goals, with the objective of eliminating extreme poverty from the planet by...