The African Initiative at the Lula Institute in 2013

After leaving the Presidency of Brazil in 2010, Lula resolved to continue helping to expand the relations and increase the cooperation between Brazil and the African countries, with special emphasis given to the successful experience of Brazil in the fight against hunger and poverty. During Lula’s two terms in office (2003-2010) Brazil greatly increased its diplomatic relations and trade and political initiatives for cooperation with the African countries. Trade flows multiplied by five during...

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The Latin American initiative debates the new stage in regional integration

Working to expand and deepen Latin America and relations toward true integration, the Lula Institute’s Latin American Initiative sponsored discussions and gathered information about Latin American integration throughout the year, and ended the year by organizing a large conference in Chile jointly with the United Nations Economic Commission for Latin...

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"Eradicating Hunger is our number one priority" says Lula on World Food Day

"On this very important day I want to address all of those who are engaged in the fight to realize a common dream: that one day no one will have to live with hunger anywhere in the world," said former...

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Road map of the high-level meeting to end hunger in Africa

ROAD MAP FOR Toward African Renaissance: Renewed Partnership for Unified Approach to End Hunger in Africa by 2025 within the CAADP Framework Defeating hunger has always been an ambition of African governments....

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