Embassy of Brazil in London

Election of Brazilian scientist as IPCC Vice-Chair

Thelma Krug
Brazil welcomes the election of Dr. Thelma Krug to the position of Vice-Chair of the Intergovernmental Panel on Climate Change (IPCC). The Brazilian scientist will be a member of the bureau responsible for preparing the next IPCC Assessment Report.
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The best path to peace

By conducting a closer dialogue with Iran and other partners in the Middle East, Brazil is contributing to a more prosperous, fairer and safer world.

Read the article by Brazil’s Foreign Minister, Mauro Vieira.

President Rousseff addresses UN

On 28 September in New York, President Dilma Rousseff of Brazil made the opening address of the general debate of the 70th session of the United Nations General Assembly.
Click here to read President Rousseff's speech.
Access the video and audio files here.

Vacancy / Vaga (Embassy of Brazil - Chancery)

The Embassy of Brazil has opened the selection procedure for a position as part of its support staff. Applications deadline: 13 October 2015. Read more
A Embaixada do Brasil abre processo de seleção para vagas de Auxiliar de Apoio. Inscrições até 13 de outubro de 2015. Clique aqui

Brazil in the British press

Brazil pledges to cut carbon emissions 37% by 2025 - The Guardian
Brazil's Congress upholds vetoes that limit fiscal slippage - Reuters UK
Brazilians protest Israel's nominee for ambassador over settler ties - The Guardian
Pele at 75 on inspiration, Fifa and Brazilian football - BBC News

Embassy welcomes new Ambassador

Eduardo dos Santos is the new Ambassador of Brazil to the United Kingdom - his third posting to London in a diplomatic career spanning more than 40 years. His previous position was in Brasilia as secretary-general of the Brazilian foreign ministry. He has also served as Ambassador to Uruguay, Switzerland and Paraguay. In September Ambassador dos Santos welcomed guests to the Embassy's Independence Day celebration.

ALAF Latin American Fair & Fiesta

10 October 2015
Kensington Town Hall
Hornton Street, London W8 7NX
Organised by the Anglo Latin American Foundation (ALAF), this unmissable event will be offering food, drink, music, dance, arts, crafts & other products from 20 Latin American countries.
Click here for more information

Brazilian Bilingual Book Club

Next Session: 15 October | 6.30pm
Embassy of Brazil
14 – 16 Cockspur Street
London SW1Y 5BL

The Embassy's book club meets once a month; the idea is that participants read one of the classics from Brazilian literature and then come to the Embassy to share their thoughts – in English – with fellow readers. The October meeting will be discussing Dom Casmurro (1900) by Machado de Assis.
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NATURE: A photography exhibition by Mariana Canet

16 October - 13 November 2015
Embassy of Brazil
14-16 Cockspur Street
London SW1Y 5BL

Born in 1983 in southern Brazil, Mariana Canet nurtures two great passions as a photographer: art and nature. Read more

Child mortality: Brazil makes huge progress

Child mortality in Brazil has fallen drastically in the last 25 years according to a recent report by the World Health Organization (WHO). In 1990 the death rate among Brazilian children aged five or younger was 61 deaths for every thousand live births: in 2015 the rate is 16 deaths per thousand live births.
Read more (Agência Brasil)

5th Brazil-UK Oil & Gas Meeting

The fifth Brazil-UK Oil and Gas Meeting, organised by the Embassy of Brazil in London, took place on 9 September in Aberdeen during the Offshore Europe event. This year's Brazil-UK meeting was in partnership with Apex-Brasil (Brazilian Trade and Investment Promotion Agency) and UKTI (UK Trade & Investment). Read more

Brazil agrees purchase of Swedish fighter aircraft

A financing agreement has been signed for the Brazilian Air Force's acquisition of 36 Swedish Gripen NG fighter aircraft. The purchase will help ensure Brazil has an air combat capacity appropriate to the country's geopolitical importance. Read more

Brazil on course for successful Games delivery and legacy, says IOC

The International Olympic Committee (IOC) has praised the Rio 2016 Organising Committee and its local government partners for their teamwork in delivering the first pre-Games test events. Their 'unity of spirit and mission is helping them to solidify their operations ahead of next year's Games and to lay the foundations for an important Olympic legacy', the IOC said.
Read the IOC press release


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