Sciences Po is an international research university, both selective and open onto the world, ranking among the finest institutions in the fields of humanities and social sciences.
It was founded by Emile Boutmy, who wanted to build from scratch an institution of higher education that the elites of the time lacked. One hundred and fifty years later, Sciences Po has become an international research university with 14,000 students. But the foundation of its education remains driven by the same vocation: to better understand the world in order to change it for the better.
BMJ has established itself as the leading consultancy for the defense of interests before public entities. The company stands out for having a solid technical foundation in international trade, tax issues and government relations.
Its mission is to keep improving the relations between public and private entities, helping to build more efficient public policies for the country and delivering concrete results to our clients.
The Centre régional des œuvres universitaires et scolaires de Paris (Crous Paris) is the public service for student life. Its mission is to improve the living and studying conditions of the students of the Academy of Paris.
Founded in 2007, OPALC is a political observatory specialized in Latin America and the Caribbean. It brings together a group of teachers, researchers and students from Sciences Po and other partner institutions. It is integrated into CERI (Centre de recherches internationales) for its scientific activities (notably its research seminars and its annual publication, the LAPO - Latin American Political Outlook) and acts autonomously for its other missions.
Founded in 1900, the France-Brazil Chamber of Commerce (CCIFB) brings together more than 770 members, including French and Brazilian companies and other nationalities.
With over 120 years of history, its main mission is to promote the relationship between Brazil and France.
Representing the most diverse sectors, the France-Brazil Chamber of Commerce promotes the development of economic, financial, commercial, industrial, scientific and cultural relations between France and Brazil.
APEB-FR is the association of Brazilian students and researchers in France that since 1984 promotes discussion and exchange among researchers, with emphasis on the franco-brazilian relationship. Its mission is to support and disseminate the work of their members and to encourage and articulate cooperation between the Brazilian and French scientific and cultural communities.
Instituto Clima e Sociedade (iCS) is a philanthropic organization that promotes prosperity, justice and low-carbon development in Brazil. It acts as a bridge between international and national funders and local partners and is part of a broad network of philanthropic organizations dedicated to building solutions to the climate crisis.
Campus France is a public institution in charge of promoting French higher education abroad and welcoming foreign students and researchers to France. It encourages international mobility and manages scholarship programmes and the alumni network.
BASIS is the study association for BA International Studies at Leiden University. BASIS was set up over the summer of 2012 and has been steadily developing over the years. The main goals of BASIS are to increase academic knowledge pertaining to the course and the social cohesion between the members of the association. To accomplish this, we offer a variety of activities, both social and academic, ranging from guest lectures and panel discussions to parties and trips.
Interlatina is the study association of Latin American studies at Leiden University (Bachelor and Masters) since 1997. The small scale of the study ensures pleasant contact between the students and teachers, and through the study association this bond becomes closer. We strive for a friendly student culture with a good network, both within the area of interest and beyond. We stand for inclusiveness, learning, and "Leidse gezelligheid". Being a member of Interlatina means making (international) friends and connections for life.
Educalibras is an institution formed by a group of professionals specialized in sign language. Educalibras has consolidated its position as one of the main and most structured companies focused on promoting access to information for hearing-impaired people in Brazil. Its mission is to enable access to information for hearing-impaired people, valuing their skills, experiences, and differences through the use and dissemination of Libras.
CCBF is a privileged place for meetings, information and exchanges promoting economic flows between the two countries.
Since 2008, it strives to provide entrepreneurs with useful information and contacts to approach markets and develop their activities in France and Brazil.
Collective created in May 2020, at the beginning of the pandemic and remote work, with the purpose of offering women who work in Institutional and Governmental Relations a space for connection, contact, and support.
They believe that broadening the connection between women has transformative power with the ability to change the structures of society. Among the activities developed are webinars, articles, campaigns and partnerships with other collectives.
With the mission of spreading the French language and culture abroad, the French Alliance was founded in Paris in 1883. With more than 80 years in São Paulo, the institution is the only one in the city recognized by the Ministry of National Education in France. to apply the tests for proficiency certifications such as the TCF and DELF/DALF diplomas.
Xadrez Verbal is a website, channel and podcast about politics, history, current events and a little bit of self-therapy. It is an initiative founded and conducted by Filipe Figueiredo, graduated in History from the University of São Paulo.
Mulheres do Brasil was created in 2013 by 40 women from different segments of society with the aim of engaging civil society in achieving improvements for the country. It is chaired by businesswoman Luiza Helena Trajano and has more than 48,000 participants in 104 committees in Brazil and abroad.
The group works in partnership with different spheres of power to promote the adoption of affirmative policies and eliminate inequalities of gender, race, and social condition.
Vetor Brasil is a nonpartisan, nonprofit civil society organization (CSO) whose mission is to create an engaged and diverse network to enhance the Brazilian public sector. We believe in the power of transformation of society through the public sector, and that is why we seek to contribute to the effectiveness of public management in order to always improve government action - and not to replace it.
Agenda Pública is a Civil Society Organization of Public Interest (OSCIP) that has been working for over 12 years for sustainable development and to improve Brazilian public services. It implements solutions, improves governance, and develops intersectorial teams to promote simpler, smarter, and more humane public services.