Online events

A country called favela: Brazil's Culture and Soft Power

October 7th, 2021

Created in 2019, CEBRI's Culture and International Relations Program aims to give visibility to the intersection between culture and international relations, highlighting the role of culture in Brazil's international insertion and in the formation of its national identity.

The goal of the event "A Country Called Favela", is to analyze and disseminate the importance of the culture produced in favelas for Brazil's international presence as well as for its soft power abroad, through the practical experience of professionals working on the topic.

Date:

October 7th, 2021

Location:

Online Event

Time:

6 to 7:15 pm (BRT - Brasilia)

Language:

Portuguese only

Share

Created in 2019, CEBRI's Culture and International Relations Program aims to give visibility to the intersection between culture and international relations, highlighting the role of culture in Brazil's international insertion and in the formation of its national identity.

The goal of the event "A Country Called Favela", is to analyze and disseminate the importance of the culture produced in favelas for Brazil's international presence as well as for its soft power abroad, through the practical experience of professionals working on the topic.

Opening and Moderation

Marcos Azambuja
Trustee Emeritus

Former Secretary-General of the Ministry of Foreign Affairs

Evangelina Seiler
Senior Fellow

Former Director of Casa França-Brasil

Marianna Albuquerque
Project Manager

Participants

Fabio Eon
Coordinator of Human, Social and Natural Sciences at UNESCO

Preto Zezé
CEO at the Unified Favela Center (CUFA), Producer and Cultural Activist

Renato Meirelles
CEO at Instituto Locomotiva

PROGRAM EVENTS

BRAZIL'S LEADING
INTERNATIONAL RELATIONS THINK TANK

Join this network!
BECOME A MEMBER