Watch the seminar, held in Brasilia on December 8th. Organized by Itamaraty and MCTIC, with support from FUNAG, the event aimed to share experiences with countries that have implemented public policies to encourage science, technology and innovation. Know more.
On December 7 and 8, the Alexandre de Gusmão Foundation (FUNAG), partnering with the Undersecretariat General for Multilateral Political Affairs, Europe and North America (SGEAM), promoted the seminar “Towards a World without Nuclear Weapons: Challenges and Perspectives”, at Itamaraty, Brasília. Know more.
The president of the Alexandre de Gusmão Foundation (FUNAG), ambassador Sérgio Moreira Lima and thePermanent Undersecretary of State for Foreign an Commonwealth Affairs and Head of the Diplomatic Service, Sir ambassador Simon McDonald, signed the Memorandum of Understanding that renews the cooperation between Wilton Park and FUNAG, On February 1.
FUNAG and IPRI announce the new website of the Graduate Theses Database. As of July 2016, the database comprises a list of more than 3,000 Graduate theses in International Relations and related areas defended in Brazil. The database was elaborated in Portuguese and is available in this link.
The Brazilian Institute of King's College of the University of London adopted FUNAG's book "Brazilian Diplomatic Thought - Policymakers and Agents of Foreign Policy (1750-1964)" as a reference in its curriculum of international relations in undergraduate and graduate studies.
The work brings together speeches and conferences by Azeredo da Silveira, which illustrate the diplomacy’s and academy’s views regarding Responsible Pragmatism.