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27.2.15

A Bolsa de Turismo de Lisboa (BTL), em Portugal, acontece de 25 de fevereiro a 1º de março. Na BTL, a Empetur terá um estande próprio com 18 m², para divulgar os destinos pernambucanos por meio de folheteria, kits e vídeos promocionais, além da participação da dançarina de frevo Josy Caxiado que levará toda a cultura pernambucana para o público português. 

 

Seguindo as promoções do destino Pernambuco, a partir do dia 4 de março, a Empetur divulga suas potencialidades para o público alemão durante a ITB 2015, que acontece na cidade Berlim, na Alemanha. No estande cooperado com a EMBRATUR, haverá a divulgação da cultura, gastronomia e pontos turísticos por meio de material promocional, além de agendas de reuniões com operadoras, agentes de viagens e companhias aéreas para promoção do destino. A participação conta também com o apoio da Prefeitura do Recife.

 

 

Os dois países figuram entre os principais mercados emissores de turistas internacionais para o Estado, um dos principais fatores são os voos diretos para a capital pernambucana. A Alemanha possui dois voos semanais - terças e sextas-feiras -, realizados pela Condor. Com o voo que já existe há mais de 40 anos, Portugal possui voos diários, feitos pela companhia aérea TAP.

 

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Bolsa de Turismo de Lisboa - BTL

Data: 25 de fevereiro a 1º de março de 2015

Informações: www.btl.fil.pt

 

ITB 2015

Data: 04 a 08 de março de 2015

Informações: www.itb-berlin.de

EDITORIAS:
link da notíciaBy Equipe formasemeios, às 00:12  comentar

Jimmy Savile abused 63 people connected to Stoke Mandeville Hospital, but the one formal complaint made was ignored, an independent report has found.

It found Savile's reputation as a "sex pest" was an "open secret" among some staff - but allegations probably did not reach managers. The formal complaint - made in 1977 by an 11-year-old girl's father - should have been reported to police, it added. A separate report said "elements of the Savile story" could happen again.

The Stoke Mandeville report  said the victims, abused from 1968-92, were aged eight to 40. Sexual abuse by Savile ranged from inappropriate touching to rape - including the rape of children under the age of 12.

Health Secretary Jeremy Hunt said people were "too dazzled or too intimidated to confront the evil predator we now know he was". Dr Androulla Johnstone, the report's lead investigator, said the victims were "patients, staff, visitors, volunteers and charity fundraisers" - with almost half aged under 16 and 10 under the age of 12.

"Around one third of his attacks were against patients, just over 90% of the victims were female," she said. "Savile was an opportunistic predator who could also on occasions show a high degree of pre-meditation when planning attacks on his victims." However, in a statement, the victim of the 1977 formal complaint said she felt "let down and betrayed by the report".

She told the inquiry how Savile sexually assaulted her following an operation at Stoke Mandeville to treat skin cancer, when she was aged 11. But she said parts of her evidence had been omitted from the report and criticised authors for concluding that senior management would not have known about her father's complaint.

"How they can say that those in authority did not know is inconceivable. I feel that I am being blamed for not taking it further, but I was just a child, suffering from cancer. "The report is nothing but a whitewash," she added.


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EDITORIAS:
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