The hallmark event in Rio de Janeiro will feature Arab folk dance performances and handicraft from Egypt, Morocco, Syria and Tunisia.
A seminar will take place on Wednesday (30) in the external auditorium of Brazil’s Superior Court of Justice. The realities of labor and immigrant laws will be covered.
Business marathon Creatathon’s winning entrant will get developmental support from Google Campus. Two runners-up will be backed by Sebrae, the Brazilian Micro and Small Business Support Service.
The event opens on Friday (25) and will feature Egypt’s Mohamed Shahin, one of the world’s leading dancers and choreographers of Arab rhythms.
The Arab airline acquired 10% of total shares of the South American company, which will now move forward with a USD 613 million capital increase.
The Council of Arab Ambassadors in Brazil met with the state governor, Geraldo Alckmin, and the chairman of the local industries federation, Paulo Skaf.
An Egyptian residing in Brazil for over 40 years, he was appointed to preside over the Institute of Arab Culture last week and believes a key challenge is to keep the organization’s work collectively oriented.
Gastronomy, dancing, a bazaar sale, henna tattoos and conversation on jobs will be featured in an event on November 5 in São Paulo. The goal is to build rapport between Arabs and the local population.