Brazilian Navy Supports the 3rd Naval Conference of Portuguese-Speaking Countries
By Dialogo May 20, 2013
With the institutional support of the Navy of Brazil and Portugal, the Naval Institute of Portuguese-Speaking Countries will hold its third conference between May 20 and 23, at the Naval War School auditorium, in Rio de Janeiro, with the theme: “The future of the Portuguese-Speaking nations at sea”.
During the event, military officers and civilians from different Portuguese-speaking countries will address issues on security, legal issues, sustainable exploration, and the future of the ocean.
There are five panels presenting the following themes:
• “The Importance of the South Atlantic Ocean”
• “The Law and the Ocean”
• “The Ocean as a Source of Wealth”
• “The Safety of the Ocean” and
• “The Lusophone and the Ocean as a Cooperative Environment”
Entrance to the event is free and pertinent for anyone wishing to learn, reflect, and discuss the ocean, which together with its natural resources,I represents a border with greater possibilities of conflict, but also of prosperity for those who defend and explore it in a sustainable manner. It is important to get to know the oceans better, and this conference is a good opportunity for it.
To view the schedule and to register, visit: http://www.maresdalusofonia.com.br