President of Jerónimo Martins, owner of the Pingo Doce chain, says he is "afraid of what is happening in Portugal". "The country is not growing and has been slowly going backwards," says Pedro Soares dos Santos. The manager says, in an interview with the Expresso newspaper, that "we like to blame the war, but it has only accelerated everything." The leader of the group, which also has operations in Poland and Colombia, points out that "Portugal is the country where we do the most promotions," a "model [that] has enormous weight because people have difficulties on a daily basis.
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RESEARCH SEMINAR | Under the the theme Economic Development in Africa, the NOVAFRICA Knowledge Center welcomes Cynthia Kinnan, from Tufts University to present her work on microfinance and entrepreneurship to unlock poverty.
Guinanos is a youth volunteer project created by students from Nova SBE that aims to improve the quality of the educational system in Guine-Bissau. The organization comprises two complementary approaches: work from Portugal (GPG) and fieldwork (Guinanos na Guiné).
This interview was held, by five students in the following of Global Impact Mindset: UN SDG Module of NOVA SBE. The purpose of this interview is to know concrete actions led by UNESCO to contribute to SDG #4, Quality education for everyone.
This paper was written, by a student, as a brief discussion of one of the topics presented in the Global Impact Mindset: UN SDG Module of NOVA SBE. The importance of Data for the achievement of the SDGs is a consensual topic over demographic and organs. Decision-makers require data and statistics that are precise, timely, suitably disaggregated, pertinent, available, and simple to use to properly implement and track progress on the SDGs. Over time, both the quantity and quality of data have gradually increased. Data literacy must be improved at all levels of decision-making, and statistical competence still needs to be strengthened. The data producers and users from various data systems will need to work together on this. In order to solve the complex issues surrounding sustainable development, it will also be necessary to create new methods for producing and using data and statistics.
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