Brazilian Ambassador to the U.N. to Speak at FDU. February 4, 2004
“Brazil in the World Today”
Teaneck, NJ (January 22, 2004) —"Brazil in the World Today "is the topic of the lecture to be given by Ambassador Ronaldo Mota Sardenberg, Brazil’s permanent representative to the UN, at the Metropolitan Campus of Fairleigh Dickinson University in Teaneck on Wednesday, February 4, 2004. This lecture is part of the United Nations Pathways Lecture Series, presented by the Ambassador’s Club at the United Nations, in conjunction with Fairleigh Dickinson University, co-sponsored by The Record and Herald News.
Prior to his current assignment at the United Nations, Mr. Sardenberg held various positions in the Brazilian government, including Minister of Science and Technology Minister for Special Projects and Secretary for Strategic Affairs of the Presidency of the Republic.
Mr. Sardenberg’s previous overseas assignments include the following: Permanent Representative of Brazil to the United Nations (1990–1994), which included two years on the Security Council and serving as Council President in October 1993; Ambassador to Spain (1989–1990) and Ambassador to the Soviet Union (1985–1989). He is a career diplomat, having joined the Foreign Service in 1964.
The lecture, which is free and open to the public, begins at 6:30 p.m. It will be held in room 105 in the Muscarelle Center, FDU’s Metropolitan Campus, River Road, Teaneck. For further information please call 201-692-7360.