The Research Network "Integration, State and Governance", created in a partnership between Jean Monnet Chair UFMG and several other institutions (such as UniCeub, UNINOVE, Homa, University of Itaúna and UNISINOS), had the pleasure to present one of the thematic panels the 14th Brazilian Congress of International Law from International Law Academy in Gramado, Rio Grande do Sul. The table had the presence of illustrious professors Roberto Gomes Caldas, Carlos Simões, Manoela Roland, Alice Silva, Anderson Teixeira and Jamile Bergamaschine Mata Diz (director of the Jean Monnet Chair UFMG).
ABOUT THE CONGRESS:
The CBDI - Brazilian International Law Congress is held uninterruptedly since 2003, during the last 14 years, always under the auspices of the most important institutions of higher education and research in Brazil. The event, every year, is hosted by a different state, having passed through Paraná (Curitiba and Foz do Iguaçu), Sao Paulo, Brasilia, Rio de Janeiro, Minas Gerais, Bahia, Ceará and now reaches the Rio Grande do Sul, in charismatic city of Gramado.
The event is the most important and significant in the area of international law in Brazil and one of the biggest events in Brazil in the field of law.
In Congress, expose the most important internationalists from Brazil, diplomatic authorities, foreign teachers as well as teachers, researchers and young students, training more than a generation of internationalists bright in the country, with impacts on international doctrinal formation and the production of research in Brazil.
(Text taken from the Brazilian Academy of International Law's website).