Lecture “U.S. Cabo Verde Relations: The construction of a historic and strategic partnership”, by Dr. Jorge Tolentino

March 19, 2020, 5:00-6:30 pm | The Board of Trustees Conference Room, BOT - Foster Building, UMass Dartmouth

Jorge Tolentino

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The University of Massachusetts Dartmouth's, the Cape Verdean Student Association (CVSA) proudly presents:

Lecture “U.S. Cabo Verde Relations: The construction of a historic and strategic partnership”, by Dr. Jorge Tolentino,

Thursday, March 19, 2020, 5:00-6:30 pm

The Board of Trustees Conference Room, BOT - Foster Building
285 Old Westport Rd. North Dartmouth, MA

Open and free to the university community and public.

This lecture is co-sponsored by: the Public Policy Department, the UMASSD  Center for Portuguese Studies and Culture/Tagus Press, Black Studies, Political Science, UMASS Law School, the Office for Student Success, and Computing and Information Technology Services (CITS). The event is hosted in collaboration with the Pedro Pires,  Institute for Cape Verdean Studies at Bridgewater State University.

Dr. Jorge Tolentino is a author, jurist and career diplomat, Ambassador Jorge Tolentino has fulfilled critical roles in the government of Cabo Verde. Having served as advisor to former president Antonio Mascarenhas Monteiro, Ambassador Tolentino has also served as Minister of Defense and Minister of Foreign Affairs. As a representative of Cabo Verde, he has served as Ambassador to Germany, Finland, the Czech Republic and Spain.

For more information: Ricardo Rosa or Carol Spencer-Monteiro.


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