The cofounder of F123 Group, Fernando Botelho, is one of two speakers today at the International Conference on Accessibility – CREA – PR. In its third year, the conference´s theme is “Accessibility – A professional responsibility.”
The event runs through tomorrow at the Blue Rook Auditorium in the health sciences sector of the Federal University of Paraná (UFPR) in Curitiba and is expected to attract 500 people to its discussions.
The program of speakers for the conference includes the municipal secretary of Curitiba working on the World Cup, Reginaldo Cordeiro, who will speak about the competition´s legacy of accessibility; Teresa Costa D’Amaral, of the Brazilian Institute of Disabled Persons, who will talk about the rights of disabled persons; forestry engineer Antonio José de Araujo, who will give a presentation on trees and accessibility in the urban landscape; Michele de Souza, of the Sabrina Belon Institute, who will speak on social technologies; and minister of the High Court of Justice Sérgio Luiz Kukina, who will lead a discussion of the legal rights of disabled persons. Fernando Botelho, who won the 2013 FINEP Innovation Award with F123, will give an address on digital inclusion.
A presidente Dilma Rousseff entrega troféu do Prêmio Finep de Inovação a Fernando Botelho e Flávia de Paula, do F123; foto de Roberto Stuckert Filho/PR
You can follow the conference here.
Tomorrow, March 27th, Botelho is the guest of the 9th Meeting on Good Practices in Innovation at Senai in Curitiba. The event is free, but registration is limited. The event will be a mix of lectures and workshops on the topic.
The meeting takes place at Senai on ave. Comendador Franco, 1341, Jardim Botanico, Curitiba, from 8:30 to 12pm.
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