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Brazil Draws Up Climate Strategy

Brazilian society has been officially called upon to help the country meet the targets committed to under the Paris Agreement on climate change. Environment...

Julia Taft Refugee Fund

The U.S. Embassy in Brasília, in collaboration with the U.S. State Department’s Bureau of Population, Refugees and Migration (PRM), announced that is receiving proposals...
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Tourism

Traveling With Pets to Brazil

If you wish to travel to Brazil with your pet (dogs and/or cats), Brazilian law requires compliance with the following procedures prior to boarding: 1....

Festivals that Bring Good Music

Born in New Orleans, United States, jazz arose from the interaction between the contradictions of America. Jazz is considered an innovation-based art, which reinvents...

Capoeira: Old Tradition With Modern Twist

Capoeira is a cultural expression and a type of fight characterized by its agile, acrobatic and harmonious movements, in tune with choreographic aspects. The...

Pantanal is Finalist in Sustainable Tourism Award

The Caiman Ecological Refuge, located in Brazil’s Pantanal region (state of Mato Grosso do Sul) will represent Brazil as a finalist of the WTTC’s...
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Arts & Culture

BRDay NY 2017 is coming soon!

September is just around the corner and with it, BRDay NY 2017 is also coming soon. The 33rd edition of the biggest Brazilian festival...

Lygia Pape: a Multitude of Forms

The first major retrospective exhibition in the United States devoted to Brazilian artist Lygia Pape (1927– 2004) is currently housed at The Met Breuer....

Brazilian Teen is Shining in the NYC Ballet

A 13-year-old Manhattan native and Brazilian national is taking the ballet scene by storm. Lara Galinari began her passion with dance at the Montessori...
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