Festival unites activists, civil society leaders, artists and entrepreneurs to engage in conversations and cultural activities in order to enhance relationships throughout the hemisphere.
Humanitas360 has been working in partnership with the CEO of the Biennial of the Americas and also with the Governor of Colorado, John Hickenlooper, to bring discourse regarding the challenges in Brazil and their innovative solutions which could be used as models for other countries of Latin America. At the opening dinner for the event, Governor Hickenlooper announced that a delegation from Colorado will be going to Brazil in 2016 and thanked Humanitas360 for its partnership and support.
Patricia Villela Marino, President of Humanitas360, is involved with the Biennial as a member of the board. In this year’s event, the Vice President of Humanitas360, Piero Bonadeo, represented the organization and participated in one of the panels of the event to discuss the social changes associated with drug consumption and trafficking.
The Biennial of the Americas, an initiative of Governor Hickenlooper, who was the mayor of Denver at the time the event was launched, exists to connect the Americas by promoting dialogue between prominent leaders of the American continents about pressing economic and social issues.
For more information, visit the site of the Biennial of the Americas http://biennialoftheamericas.org/