Sao Paulo - 'A Visitor in Brazil: rights, duties and adaptation to culture'

Sao Paulo - 'A Visitor in Brazil: rights, duties and adaptation to culture'

Sao Paulo - 'A Visitor in Brazil: rights, duties and adaptation to culture'
Monday 2 July 2018, 7.00pm -03
Past event
Past event
Monday 2 July 2018, 7.00pm -03
  • Sao Paulo
Hosted by the Cambridge University Brazilian Alumni - Sao Paulo
Open to: 
Alumni and guests
Location: 
R. Estados Unidos, 242 - Jardins | View details

Alumni and guests are invited to join the Cambridge University Brazilian Alumni - Sao Paulo for their upcoming event - 'A Visitor in Brazil: rights, duties and adaptation to culture'. It will be taking place on Monday 2 July at 7pm. 

Who will conduct the workshop? Professor Andreia Vieira will be conducting the workshop. She holds a PhD in International Law (USP), a Masters in International Law (university of Nottingham, UK) and is a former Fellow at the LCIL (University of Cambridge) and a former legal adviser for the Caritas/United Nations Program for Refugees in Brazil. Currently, Professor Vieira is Professor of International Law for PhD and Masters Programs in Brazil and Legal Adviser (OAB/SP).

Booking information

If you would like ot attend this event please RSVP by Saturday 30 June, as there is a limited capacity. You will receive a confirmation e-mail and you are expected to present it at the entrance door of the meeting.

Booking for this event is now closed.

Location

R. Estados Unidos, 242 - Jardins
01427-000
São Paulo
Brazil
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