Tag Archives: Liliana Pereira

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Eco-Schools 2018 Award

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The 2018 Eco-Schools Award took place on the 4th. The city of Pombal opened the doors to more than 5,000 participants in the Green Flags Day, where schools all over the country were recognized for the work developed throughout the year . Joy, fun and good mood were the command words.

    


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Portugal Social Economy

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The Portugal Social Economy event at the Lisbon Congress Center was a very enriching experience for H Sarah trading. In addition to letting us know, we had the opportunity to discover other fantastic projects in the area of Social Responsibility. It was two days of knowledge sharing that we hope we can repeat.

     


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1st Biennial of Contemporary Sacred Art of Braga

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The 1st International Biennial of Contemporary Sacred Art will take place in Braga from August 3 to September 3 and is supported by H Sarah Trading. The event, presented on the 16th and developed by our partner Atlas Violeta Cultural Association, has the support of the Pio XII Museum and the Municipality of Braga. For the mayor of Braga, Ricardo Rio, “the goal is that this biennial be a growing reference in the future and that earn international credits to stimulate and attract more and more artists.”

    


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TecMeetings – Circular Economy and Social Responsibility

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Yesterday afternoon we were at the University of Minho – Azurém Campus, invited by TecMinho, where the theme was Circular Economy and Social Responsibility. This debate was attended by moderator Pedro Norton de Matos, mentor of GreenFest, and the companies AGERE – Water, Effluent and Waste Company of Braga, EM and WDMI – Computer Hardware Distribution. Recycling, repair and reuse of materials were the main topics that led to the pleasant conversation.

  

 


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V Edition of the Good Habits Market – GRACE

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On April 5, we were at the Bom Sucesso Market in Porto in the 5th Edition of Corporate Social Responsibility, promoted by GRACE and Manuel António da Mota Foundation. Our presence has been, as usual, a very enriching experience. In addition to knowing several Social Responsibility practices implemented by other associated companies that also attended, we contacted several institutions from different areas of intervention. We have found our partner Fundação Allamano (Missionaries of the Consolata de Aguas Santas), who has cooperated with us since 2016 and was represented by Gorete Juvandes and Filipe Pereira. We also had the opportunity to be with Nilzete Pacheco from ALCC – Ameixoeira Criativa, who was accompanying partner GEBALIS, represented by João Paulo Marques. Dear Nilzete, she presented us the Creative Amber Project, which uses textile waste to transform it into fashion accessories. They produce unique and exclusive articles, using the most diverse and original stamping techniques, such as the use of fruits and vegetables.