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Global Chamber of Commercce for Portuguese Speaking Countries (GCCP)

 Contact details
Contact personLuis Melo
Street16 Rue Erasme 
Address 2018 - Luxembourg (Luxembourg) 
Social Medialinkedin.com/globalccp
 Organisation details
Employees (in Depart.)1-10 
Organisation TypeNon profit 
 Research Focus

 Fields of activities:
» History
» Visual arts
» Cultural Heritage
» Other social sciences
» Other humanities
» Area studies
» Cultural studies
» Demography
» Ethnic studies
» Economics
» Gender and sexuality studies
» Geography
» Geopolitics
» Urban studies
» Political science
» Public administration
» Security
» Sociology
» Innovation
» Migration
» Media and socio-cultural communication
» Other social sciences
» Information sciences
» Statistics
» Econometrics
» Other formal sciences
» Agriculture
» Architecture and design
» Business and Management
» Education (incl. training, pedagogy, didactics)
» Education (incl. persons with learning disabilities)
» Environmental sciences
» Family and consumer service
» Health sciences
» Computational Social Sciences (incl. Social biomedical sciences)
» Human physical performance and recreation
» Journalism, mass media and communication
» Law
» Military sciences
» Public affairs
» Social work
» Transport planning
» Other applied sciences

 Brief description of your activity focus
International Chamber of Commerce for Portuguese Speaking Countries

 Details about Expertise / Competences / Technologies
Nine countries, 300 million citizens, 3.7% of the worlds GDP. This is the reach of the community of Portuguese-
speaking countries, the fifth most spoken in the world. The Global Chamber of Commerce for Portuguese
Speaking Countries (GCCP) develops its activities in and for the member countries of this community (Angola,
Brazil, Cape Verde, Guinea-Bissau, Equatorial-Guinea, Mozambique, Portugal, S. Tome and Prince, East-Timor),
and in regions associated with the Portuguese language, namely Macao, in China, and Goa, in India, and can
represent public and private organizations in and for these countries and regions, as well as any other
Portuguese-speaking community, regardless of their location.
Its objectives and areas of activity are, among others, the organization of professional events and trade
missions; Business advisory services; Support in internationalization; Advice to public and private organizations
and governments; Project Management; Sustainable Development; Assemble groups or organizations with similar
objectives and support the dialogue with official, economic, social and cultural organizations; Professional
training and transfer of skills and technology.
The GCCP is a non-profit making association, headquartered in 19 Rue Aldringen, Luxembourg, and has among its
founders other NGOs, namely the Luxembourg-Brazil Business Council, the Community of Portuguese Speaking
Countries Exporters Union, the Cape Verde Chamber of Commerce in Luxembourg, the American Chamber of
Commerce in Luxembourg and the Diplomatic Council Luxembourg.
 Research Activities

 EU Framework Programme related activities:
» MIGRATION-01-2019: Understanding migration mobility patterns: elaborating mid and long-term migration scenarios
» MIGRATION-02-2018: Towards forward-looking migration governance: addressing the challenges, assessing capacities and designing future strategies
» MIGRATION-03-2019: Social and economic effects of migration in Europe and integration policies
» MIGRATION-05-2018-2020: Mapping and overcoming integration challenges for migrant children
» DT-MIGRATION-06-2018-2019: Addressing the challenge of migrant integration through ICT-enabled solutions
» MIGRATION-07-2019: International protection of refugees in a comparative perspective
» MIGRATION-08-2018: Addressing the challenge of forced displacement
» TRANSFORMATIONS-01-2018: Research for inclusive growth: addressing the socioeconomic effects of technological transformations
» DT-TRANSFORMATIONS-02-2018-2019-2020: Transformative impact of disruptive technologies in public services
» TRANSFORMATIONS-03-2018-2019: Innovative solutions for inclusive and sustainable urban environments
» TRANSFORMATIONS-04-2019-2020: Innovative approaches to urban and regional development through cultural tourism
» TRANSFORMATIONS-05-2018: Cities as a platform for citizen-driven innovation
» TRANSFORMATIONS-06-2018: Inclusive and sustainable growth through cultural and creative industries and the arts
» DT-TRANSFORMATIONS-07-2019: The impact of technological transformations on children and youth
» TRANSFORMATIONS-08-2019: The societal value of culture and the impact of cultural policies in Europe
» SU-TRANSFORMATIONS-09-2018: Social platform on endangered cultural heritage and on illicit trafficking of cultural goods
» DT-TRANFORMATIONS-11-2019: Collaborative approaches to cultural heritage for social cohesion
» DT-TRANSFORMATIONS-12-2018-2020: Curation of digital assets and advanced digitization
» TRANSFORMATIONS-13-2019: Using big data approaches in research and innovation policy making
» TRANSFORMATIONS-14-2018: Supply and demand-oriented economic policies to boost robust growth in Europe - Addressing the social and economic challenges in Europe
» GOVERNANCE-01-2019: Trust in governance
» GOVERNANCE-02-2018-2019: Past, present and future of differentiation in European governance
» GOVERNANCE-03-2018: Addressing populism and boosting civic and democratic engagement
» GOVERNANCE-04-2019: Enhancing social rights and EU citizenship
» DT-GOVERNANCE-05-2018-2019-2020: New forms of delivering public goods and inclusive public services
» GOVERNANCE-06-2018: Trends and forward-looking scenarios in global governance
» SU-GOVERNANCE-07-2020: The Common Foreign and Security Policy and the expanding scope of the EU's external engagement
» GOVERNANCE-08-2018: Partnering for viability assessments of innovative solutions for markets outside Europe
» SU-GOVERNANCE-09-2020: Addressing radicalization through social inclusion
» SU-GOVERNANCE-10-2019: Drivers and contexts of violent extremism in the broader MENA region and the Balkans
» SU-GOVERNANCE-11-2018: Extreme ideologies and polarization
» DT-GOVERNANCE-12-2019-2020: Pilot on using the European cloud infrastructure for public administrations
» DT-GOVERNANCE-13-2019: Digitisation, Digital Single Market and European culture: new challenges for creativity, intellectual property rights and copyright
» GOVERNANCE-14-2018: ERA-Net Co-fund - Renegotiating democratic governance in times of disruptions
» GOVERNANCE-15-2018: Taking lessons from the practices of interdisciplinarity in Europe

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