Quality Higher Education in Europe

The Bologna Process, which led to the establishment of an “European Higher Education Area”, made it also necessary that institutions providing degree programmes in this continent develop a culture of  quality. Otherwise, there was danger that University education in Europe was not recognized (and trusted) worldwide. But, not only recognition led to promote quality in 

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Soft Diplomacy Brief

We live in a globalized society where being professional is no longer only about performance, but as well about the perspective of that performance in the public spectrum. People are the most important asset in a company, an embassy or any other institution. We passed from a people Era to an IT Era and we 

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Flag Ceremony as a symbol of resistance

The first Monday of each month, the government of Timor-Leste, represented by its Ministry of Foreign Affairs or MNEC – Ministerio dos Negocios Estrangeiros e Cooperação – as they usually call it, swear the flag with their best suit, their best tie and uniquely well dressed for the 35 degrees at 7.30 am like on the 

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