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Our Partners

Cooperation Partner

UNESCO is the United Nations Educational, Scientific and Cultural Organization. It contributes to peace and security by promoting international cooperation in education, sciences, culture, communication and information. UNESCO promotes knowledge sharing and the free flow of ideas to accelerate mutual understanding and a more perfect knowledge of each other's lives. UNESCO's programmes contribute to the achievement of the Sustainable Development Goals defined in the 2030 Agenda, adopted by the UN General Assembly in 2015.



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.

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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 Fundação Tide Setubal is a non-governmental, family-oriented organization created in 2006. The Foundation seeks to articulate and foster opportunities for those living in the peripheries, identify solutions to reduce inequalities and promote alternatives that contribute to the quality of life in the territories, with the improvement of infrastructure and services offered, connecting different actors and generating models that can gain scale and reach public policies.

Hurb is a technology and innovation company, the largest online travel platform in Latin America and we have been making it easier to buy travel online in Brazil since 2011. With the mission of optimizing travel through technology, it always aims to optimize the time of its travelers through science as well. Its fundamental principle is to free people from worries, seeking to provide its customers with a moment of leisure and a break from routine, without any stress.

The French Embassy in Brazil is the main body for bilateral relations between the countries and is responsible for ensuring and protecting the interests of its country and each citizen.

Institutional Partners


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.

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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.

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 amd Brazil.

The Sciences Po Summer School provides students from all over the world with an opportunity to discover France’s leading University in the Social Sciences. The Summer School proposes two programmes: University Programme and Pre-College Programme.

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The Saúde e Alegria Project (PSA) is a non-profit civil initiative that has been active since 1987 in communities in the Brazilian Amazon with the aim of promoting and supporting participatory processes of integrated and sustainable community development that contribute demonstratively to the improvement of public policies, the quality of life, and the exercise of citizenship by the populations it serves.

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The Amazônia 2030 project is an initiative by Brazilian researchers to develop a sustainable development plan for the Brazilian Amazon. Its goal is for the region to be able to reach a higher level of economic and human development and achieve the sustainable use of natural resources by 2030.


Since 2001, ISA has been a Civil Society Organization of Public Interest (OSCIP). We have permanent teams and offices in São Paulo, the Federal District and four Amazonian states, in addition to long-term commitments with partners in the Vale do Ribeira, Xingu and Rio Negro regions.

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