Latin American Film Festival in Australia

LAFF is organised by the Latin American Embassies in Canberra with the support of COALAR and held annually in different cities around Australia

Sydney, Canberra, Wollongong, Bathurst, Melbourne, Brisbane, Adelaide, Launceston, Hobart (August 2020)

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Panama's First Virtual Multisectoral Export Exhibition, Panama Virtual Expo 2020, will be held ‪from July 6 to the 10th, open 24 hours. The virtual expo will allow you to establish commercial relationships with companies from different sectors, including coffee, seafood, agribusiness and services, amongst others. In addition, we will host two daily conferences on current topics of interest, such as, how to do business with Australia, hosted by the Australia – Latin America Business Council - ALABC. Register via the following link: https://expovirtualpropanama.com/ It is a FREE event. For more information, please contact us at propanama@mire.gob.pa @embpanamaaustralia @cancilleriapma @propanama.gob
Dear Followers We would like to personally invite you to join our next webinar on Thursday 9 July at 8:30 am. Don't miss this unique opportunity to engage with three of the most prominent business leaders from Chile, interviewed live by Lia Timson, Deputy Foreign Editor of The Age and Sydney Morning Herald. A Q&A session will follow with the participation of ALABC members. Chile has recently undergone complex and unprecedented social challenges including the mass demonstrations that erupted on the 18 October, the current health crisis and the economic downturn. Against this backdrop, a referendum on changing the Constitution has been postponed to 25 October due to the COVID-19 pandemic. Claudia Bobadilla, Cristina Bitar and Karen Poniachik, as leading corporate directors, will share their insights on the role of international companies in the new social Panellists: Moderator: Lia Timson - Foreign Editior at The Age and Sydney Morning Herald Claudia Bobadilla - Board Member CSIRO Chile & Founder of Puente Social ("Social Bridge") Cristina Bitar - Partner, Azerta Karen Poniachik - Director of Columbia University’s Global Center in Chile Date: Thursday 9th July 2020 Time: 8:30 AM Australian Eastern Time Peru: Wednesday 8th July 2020 6:30 PM UTC (GMT) - 4 Q&A Session: Please email us your questions to ceo@alabc.com.au ALABC Australia-Latin America Business Council
Join ALABC for this free webinar discussing how Australian Businesses can prepare for the rebound in Peru post pandemic. What are the industries that are better prepared for the bounce back and how PAFTA is going to help business growth between the two regions. Ricardo Labo, Executive Director of the Australia Peru Chamber of Commerce and Industry and former Vice-Minister for Mines of Peru, will moderate a panel of government and industry experts, to discuss strategies and effective practices to implement in your business for future development. MODERATOR: Ricardo Labo - Mining Partner at LQ Energy Group Panellists: Sayuri Bayona Matsuda - Vice Minister of Foreign Trade at the Ministry of Foreign Trade and Tourism (MINCETUR) of Peru H.E. Diana Nelson - Ambassador to Peru Diego Macera - Manager at Peruvian Institute of Economics Alex Caicedo - General Manager, Orica Peru Date: Thursday 25th June 2020 Time: 8:30 AM Australian Eastern Time Peru: Wednesday 24th June 2020 5:30 PM UTC (GMT) - 5 Q&A Session: Please email us your questions to ceo@alabc.com.au https://us02web.zoom.us/webinar/register/WN_1J5BdJ1NSxalgJBjEYQoog?utm_source=ALABC+Members+June+2019&utm_campaign=b8aa869a54-EMAIL_CAMPAIGN_2020_06_15_11_43_COPY_01&utm_medium=email&utm_term=0_f149c96af6-b8aa869a54-354925979
Dear Friends, Please find attached an invitation of the Embassy of Colombia to attend a Special Conversation with the Colombian biologist Diego Calderon, Director of the documentary “The Birders, A Melodic Journey through Northern Colombia” to be held on Monday 29th of June at 11 am (Australia). Please note that this will be an on-line event and a registration is required: https://bit.ly/37146jJ Trailer: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=VbcVBEp4O_E
El Ministro de Ambiente y Energía de Costa Rica, Carlos Manuel Rodríguez, ha sido seleccionado como el próximo CEO y Presidente del Fondo para el Medio Ambiente Mundial (GEF por sus siglas en inglés), el mayor fondo fiduciario multilateral que apoya la acción ambiental en los países en desarrollo y el principal mecanismo de financiamiento para múltiples convenciones ambientales de las Naciones Unidas. El Consejo del GEF, reunido virtualmente, seleccionó a Rodríguez hoy como el próximo CEO del fondo fiduciario por un período inicial de cuatro años. El sustituirá a Naoko Ishii, quien se convirtió en CEO y Presidente del GEF en 2012 y cumplió dos mandatos marcados por una expansión del enfoque del fondo fiduciario para abordar mejor la degradación ambiental en sus principales causas, incluido un mayor enfoque en la transformación de los sistemas económicos clave que están causando el cambio climático, la deforestación y el daño ecológico. https://www.thegef.org/news/carlos-manuel-rodr-guez-nombrado-nuevo-ceo-del-fondo-para-el-medio-ambiente-mundial
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Last updated: 1:30pm Tuesday 19 May 2020 The Queensland Government has more than tripled its support for students, boosting its state-wide international education assistance and recovery package to $15 million. As part of this package, an additional $10 million will now be made available to support international students experiencing severe financial hardship as a result of COVID-19. Study Queensland recognises that many international students have lost their income and are feeling a heightened sense of anxiety being away from family during the pandemic, with many unable to travel home. The new funding complements a range of relief programs already introduced by the Queensland Government, universities, education and training providers and local communities to support students during this difficult time. Currently, the Queensland Government is working on a process to distribute: Additional funding to Queensland-based universities and TAFE Queensland to top-up their bursaries and student support services. One-off payments to private VET and ELICOS students. The Queensland Government looks forward to announcing when the funding will be made available. We encourage you to follow Study Queensland’s social media channels to keep up to date with announcements. More details on the package can be found below. In the meantime, international students needing immediate crisis support should reach out to their education and training provider or the Queensland Student Hub network. University and TAFE Queensland students The Queensland Government is distributing funding to large education and training providers, to top up their financial hardship funds. If you are an international student based at one of the institutions listed below and are experiencing financial hardship as a result of COVID-19, please contact your institution student support team. Your institution will undertake a process to assess your eligibility for financial support as well as other ways your student experience can be supported during this time. TAFE Queensland Australian Catholic University Bond University Central Queensland University Griffith University James Cook Universit
La diplomacia en Asía Pacífico en tiempos de transición geopolítica. Martes 6 pm, hora Costa Rica. ( miércoles 8 am hora Canberra - Sydney). Embajada de Costa Rica en Australia
This is a reminder that "The Impact of COVID-19 in the Mining Sector of Ecuador: Where to from here?" will begin in 1 hour on: Date Time: May 13, 2020 08:30 AM Canberra, Melbourne, Sydney Join from a PC, Mac, iPad, iPhone or Android device: Click Here to Join Note: This link should not be shared with others; it is unique to you. Add to Calendar Add to Google Calendar Add to Yahoo Calendar Or join by phone: Australia: +61 8 7150 1149 or +61 2 8015 6011 or +61 3 7018 2005 or +61 731 853 730 or +61 861 193 900 Argentina: +54 341 512 2188 or +54 343 414 5986 or +54 112 040 0447 Brazil: +55 11 4680 6788 or +55 21 3958 7888 Chile: +56 232 938 848 or +56 41 256 0288 or +56 23 210 9066 Colombia: +57 1 514 0382 or +57 2 620 7388 or +57 1 508 7702 Mexico: +52 554 161 4288 or +52 556 826 9800 or +52 229 910 0061 New Zealand: +64 4 886 0026 or +64 9 884 6780 Panama: +507 378 2155 or +507 833 9588 Peru: +51 1 707 5788 or +51 1 730 6777 Webinar ID: 863 3703 1556 International numbers available: https://us02web.zoom.us/u/kvioX3diH ALABC Australia-Latin America Business Council @embassy of ecuador in Australia
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