The Palace of Mafra and the Sanctuary of Bom Jesus in Braga were classified as World Heritage. The monuments included “the 36 nominations for inclusion on the World Heritage List”, which were evaluated at the 43rd Session of the UNESCO Heritage Committee.
Last year, Portugal was a leader in the European Union (EU) in the area of innovative small and medium-sized enterprises (SMEs), according to data revealed by the European Commission, nevertheless obtaining a “moderate innovative” country classification.
In his message to the EurAfrican Forum, the Secretary-General of the United Nations stressed the contribution of migration by saying that, when properly managed, they “almost always benefit both countries”, both origin and destination.
Five African countries are inspired by the Portuguese Diaspora Council to create networks of influence
After the 2nd edition of the EurAfrican Forum it was announced that some African countries will create Diaspora Councils inspired by the Portuguese model. Angola, Ethiopia, Guinea Bissau, Mozambique and Nigeria are the countries preparing to launch their own influence networks.
The President of the Republic of Mozambique, Filipe Nyusi, was interviewed by Euronews and Lusa Agency News during the the 2nd edition of the EurAfrican Forum, sharing his views about reconstruction and Mozambique after the Cyclones Idai and Kenneth.
The Portuguese Diaspora Counselor and Professor at the Technical University of Munich (TUM), was awarded the Bavarian European Medal from Bavaria’s European Minister Dr. Florian Herrmann for her “creativity, innovation and intellectual dynamism”.
Chef Elijah Amoo Addo confirmed to address about how food can foster stronger relations between Europe and Africa
Chef Elijah Amoo Addo, founder and CEO of the Food for All Africa, will deliver a pitch about how food can be a link between people and regions to establish stronger relations for Europe and Africa on the first day of the event, July 4, at the Forum’s lunch.
He is one the main researchers on neurodegenerative diseases: Parkinson and Alzheimer, but he introduces himself as a biochemical from Porto, who specialized in neurosciences. Tiago Fleming Outeiro’s interview to Executive Digest.