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  • Observa Invites - Francesca Staiano
    14 May, 10:00 – 12:00 GMT-3
    China-LatAm: patterns from the Global South
    Francesca is Ph.D. in International Order and Human Rights at University of Rome “Sapienza”, Director of the Center on China Studies of National University of La Plata and Director of the Latin American Research Academy on Community for Shared Future and Belt and Road Initiative of National University of La Plata and Communication University of China.
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  • Observa Convida - Maurício Santoro
    09 Apr, 10:00 – 12:00 GMT-3
    Relações Brasil-China no século XXI
    Maurício é Doutor em Ciência Política pelo Iuperj, Professor de Relações Internacionais da Universidade do Estado do Rio de Janeiro. Autor dos livros "Brazil-China Relations in the 21st Century: the making of a strategic partnership" e "Ditaduras Contemporâneas" e de cerca de 45 artigos acadêmicos.
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  • Papo de Cinema - Red: Crescer é uma Fera
    02 Apr, 10:00 – 12:00 GMT-3
    Facilitação: Aline Tedeschi
    Dirigido por Domee Shi, o filme conta a história de Mei Lee, uma garota de treze anos lidando com os complexos processos de transição para a adolescência. O filme é uma metáfora que permite discussões sobre interesse e desejos na adolescência, representatividade e feminismo.
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The few advances come by strokes of genius, such as Observa China, recently launched by a group of obstinate young people

Mathias Alencastro - 06.12.2020 in his column for folha

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