Thursday, February 2, 2023


Portugal e a sorte do melhor dos piores

Selecção nacional terminou em 3º na fase de grupos. Em 2016, o posto deu o título europeu. Cinco anos depois, no Euro2020, a nº1 mundial e 100% vitoriosa da fase de grupos, a Bélgica aparece no caminho no mata-mata, a Itália mostra-se bela, a Espanha ainda não encantou, os Países-Baixos somam vitórias e golos, a Inglaterra tem encontro marcado com a Alemanha nos oitavos e a França corre como favorita.

“Mothers and children play a relevant role in the design of current societies”

Interview with António Vitorino, Director-General of the International Organisation for Migration (IOM)
The Director-General of the International Organisation for Migration (IOM) is deeply concerned about the growth of transnational crime networks following the closure of borders due to the Covid-19 pandemic. In an interview with PRÉMIO magazine, António Vitorino urges all states to include migrants in their national vaccination plans. And warns to the new reality that affects migration and is closely linked to climate change. “There are more and more people living internally displaced within their countries, largely due to climate change,” he says.

Euro2020: European champions again on the conquest of Europe

26 players, 11 winners of the European title in 2016, one debutant, Pedro Gonçalves, two cities, Budapest and Munich, two countries in the group phase, Hungary and Germany and two old rivals, France and Germany. Portugal and Fernando Santos, reigning European champions, depart in conquest of Euro 2020. The event, taking place one year late due to the pandemic, spans 11 cities in 11 countries, from 11 June to the 11 July. Kick-off in Rome and the final in London. Fans back in the stadiums with capacities between 25% and full-houses.

Being short

Nuno Galvão Teles, Managing Partner at Morais Leitão, Galvão Teles, Soares da Silva & Associados

From the Arab Spring to the Western Autumn

João Vieira de Almeida, Managing Partner at VdA-Vieira de Almeida

75 years of making a difference

Beatriz Imperatori, Executive Director of UNICEF Portugal

The Vaccine Revolution

How mRNA Can Stop the Next Pandemic Before It Starts

Practice What You Preach

Global Human Rights Leadership Begins at Home

What history tells you about post-pandemic booms

People spend more, take more risks—and demand more of politicians
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“A change in the paradigm of how we perceive old age is essential”

Interview with Manuel Lemos, President of União das Misericórdias Portuguesas (UMP)
The elderly support model in effect is misaligned. The profile of Portuguese society has changed greatly. People have different expectations in relationship to their own ageing, they wish to stay in their homes, maintaining their privacies and tend to master the technologies.

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The designer who conquered the world

Interview with Nini Andrade Silva
É conhecida como a ‘designer’ de interiores da Madeira, mas Nini Andrade silva gosta de tudo o que tem a ver com a arte e com o processo de criar. Já perdeu a conta aos prémios, nacionais e internacionais, que recebeu com as largas centenas de hotéis que desenhou nos mais variados pontos do mundo. E afirma que o seu ‘hobbie’ é trabalhar.

Strengthening Civil Society and its Capacity to Improve Quality of Life in Mozambique

Sarah James Founded on the ethics and values that drive inclusive progress and positive change, civil society institutions – from education and healthcare, to the...

“Without the private effort, the Portuguese State would not have been able to face the pandemic”

In an interview with PRÉMIO, Germano de Sousa, clinical pathologist and president of the josé Germano de Sousa Laboratory Medicine Centre, spoke about his career as a doctor, his former position as President of the Portuguese Doctors Association and the growth of his network of laboratories, operating in the field of clinical pathology laboratory trials and the main national player in this sector, currently performing 15 to 16% of Covid tests in Portugal.
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