Embassy of Brazil in London

Brazil waives visa requirements before and during 2016 Games

Brazil has suspended visa requirements for foreign tourists between June and mid-September 2016 – a period covering both the Olympic and Paralympic Games in Rio de Janeiro. Read more

Brazil in the British press

World trade has an important role in combating climate change - The Guardian
France, Brazil to share intelligence ahead of Rio Games in 2016 - Reuters
Brazilian institutions have responded well to political crisis - Financial Times
Rebuilding lives after Brazil's 'worst mining accident' - BBC News
Brazil's only slave memoir to be published in Portuguese for first time - The Guardian

Between Myself and the World: Readings and Discussion

3 December | 6pm
Embassy of Brazil
14 – 16 Cockspur Street
London SW1Y 5BL

The Embassy of Brazil in London presents a Literary Evening with Ricardo Lísias: "Between Myself and the World: Readings & Discussion". Born in São Paulo, Lísias is the author of one short story collection and five novels, the latest of which is Divorce (2013). In 2012, Granta Magazine included him in their list of twenty new promising authors in Brazilian Literature. His works have been translated into various languages. He holds a PhD in Brazilian literature from the University of São Paulo. Read more

Exhibition: A Token of Concrete Affection

20 November - 18 December (11am - 5pm)
Embassy of Brazil
14-16 Cockspur Street
London SW1Y 5BL
The Embassy proudly presents an exhibition consisting of letters and artistic objects exchanged in the 1960s and early 70s between British art historian Stephen Bann and the leading Brazilian concrete poets Haroldo de Campos, Augusto de Campos, Edgard Braga, Décio Pignatari and Pedro Xisto. Read more

Embassy hosts UK-based Brazilian researchers

On 19 November the Embassy hosted a gathering of Brazilian PhD students, researchers and visiting professors. In the UK there are currently around 900 Brazilian PhD students or researchers who have received scholarships under 'Ciência sem Fronteiras (CsF), Brazilian Scientific Mobility Programme' or other Brazilian government programmes. Of the 100 thousand recipients of Science Without Borders scholarships since the programme was created in 2011, more than 10% have chosen the UK as their destination. Read more

Terrorist attacks in Paris

Brazil has described the 13-November terrorist attacks as 'barbaric', and expressed 'total solidarity' with the French people and government. The Consulate-General of Brazil in Paris is providing assistance to Brazilians affected by the awful events in the French capital.
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Vacancy / Vaga (Aditância Aeronáutica)

Contratação de Auxiliar de Apoio para a Aditância Aeronáutica na Embaixada do Brasil em Londres. Clique aqui

Brazil-UK Vice-Chancellors' Meeting

On 30 October the Ambassador of Brazil to the United Kingdom, Eduardo dos Santos, hosted a reception for the participants in the first Brazil-UK Vice-Chancellors’ Meeting, which had taken place earlier that day. Jointly organized by the Coimbra Group of Brazilian Universities (GCUB) and the UK Higher Education International Unit, the meeting proved to be an excellent networking opportunity for the heads of Brazilian and British higher-education institutions.
View photos of the reception here.

UK-Brazil Joint Economic and Trade Committee (JETCO) - Joint Statement

The eighth meeting of the UK-Brazil Joint Economic and Trade Committee (JETCO) took place this week in London, with UK business secretary Sajid Javid and Brazilian development minister Armando Monteiro agreeing on initiatives in strategic areas which should boost both countries' growth over the coming years.
Read the Joint Statement (English)
Leia a Declaração Conjunta (Português)

UK-Brazil Economic and Financial Dialogue - Joint Statement

On 29 October, UK Chancellor of the Exchequer George Osborne met with Brazilian Finance Minister Joaquim Levy at 11 Downing Street for the inaugural UK-Brazil Economic and Financial Dialogue. The dialogue presents opportunities for closer ties between the British and Brazilian economies, including in the areas of infrastructure and financial services.
Read the Joint Statement (English)
Leia a Declaração Conjunta (Português)

Vacancy / Vaga (REBRASLON)

The Permanent Representation of Brazil to International Organizations in London has a vacancy for the position of Cook at the official residence. Read more
A Representação Permanente do Brasil junto aos Organismos Internacionais em Londres abre processo de seleção para vaga de Cozinheiro na residência oficial. Clique aqui


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