Paraguay is a small Latin American country bordering Brazil, Argentina and Bolivia. My grandparents were forced to flee on exile from Alfredo Stroessner’s dictatorship in the beginning of the 1960’s. They settled in the triple border of Brazil with Argentina and Paraguay, called Foz do Iguaçu (Iguassu Falls), my hometown.
On October 8th and 9th I had the pleasure to attend the Expert Group Meeting on “Women, Legal Pluralism, Customary and Informal Justice Systems” at the International Development Law Organization’s office at The Hague, Netherlands. I was invited to attend by Prof. Hauwa Ibrahim, our Human Rights professor at Global
Pannel at the International Cooperation Expo – in collaboration with Fondazione Aurora The conference on Food Innovation embraced actors from international organizations such as FAO represented by the leader of Responsible Investments in Agriculture, Michael Riggs, and the FAO e-learning center represented by Cristina Petracchi, as well as FoodInnopolis,
From the International Cooperation Expo 2019 – in collaboration with Fondazione Aurora: We are aware that official development assistance is not enough, the private sector should play an important role on pursuing the goals of Agenda 2030. How should we envisage the role of private investment in fostering
The Kurds are an ethnical non-arab group from the Middle East, with a population of around 30 million people, whom 28 million live in an area known as Kurdistan. Divided between Turkey, Iraq, Syria and Iran. Around ¼ of the Kurds live inside Turkish borders. This society are an interesting
On March 22nd, eight South American presidents signed the “Santiago Declaration” in the capital of Chile, launching a new proposal for regional integration: the Forum for the Progress of South America or simply, Prosur. The idea was developed by Chile’s President Sebastian Piñera and Colombia’s Ivan Duque, they invited all
The iranian artist Lida Sherafatmand started painting by the age of 3, after her hometown, Khorramshahr was bombarded and vanished completely. She was born a couple of years before the Iranian Revolution of 1979 and her city was the first to be attacked at the beginning of the Iran-Iraq war.
The worldwide famous Brazilian Carnaval is known for its vivid colors, cheerful sambas and bright costumes. This year instead, with the country facing the conservative wing’s influence, the 4 days party took a different path: protests against the growth of racism, religious intolerance and homophobia. Telling the tragic story the
On November 3rd, according to the European Commission, European women symbolically stopped getting paid, while there is still 16% of the year left. That 16% symbolizes the pay gap between men and women. Even though gender equality is enshrined in Article 23 of the Charter of Fundamental Rights of the EU,