We promote the development of Portugal, the Portuguese and the Portuguese-descendant communities through a close cooperation with the United States of America.

We are a bridge between the two countries, focusing on Science, Education,  Culture and Transatlantic Relations.

Portuguese-American Community

This is a new space open to the community, where we will show Portuguese descendants and their incredible work in promoting Portugal. Join us!


Opportunities FLAD

Find out here all about FLAD’s grants, awards, open calls and other forms of support in our four main areas of action – Science and Technology, Education, Art and Culture and Transatlantic Relations.


Study in Portugal

Do you know the Study in Portugal Network? Every year we help hundreds of American students join Portuguese universities and get acquainted with our culture.


Atlantic Talks Podcast

Conversations that fit Portugal, the United States, and the rest of the World, led by the journalist Filipe Santos Costa. Listen to all the episodes here.


Feast.Fury.Femina. – Works from FLAD's Collection

From September 22nd to January 25th, visit the new exhibition of FLAD’s Contemporary Art Collection at MAAT – Museum of Art, Architecture and Technology. Follow all the news here.


FLAD and Açoriano Oriental launch newsletter in English

A newsletter that will allow us to reach all generations of the…

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Carlos Barroca at the Atlantic Talks

He discovered Basketball in a fluke worthy of a movie. Since then, it's his life: from coach in the USA to NBA in Asia. Carlos Barroca in the Atlantic Talks.

Open applications: Chair Hélio and Amélia Pedroso/FLAD 2022

Opportunity to teach at the University of Massachusetts Dartmouth in the Spring semester of 2022. More information here.

Miguel Castelo-Branco “it’s important to reinforce the investment on rehabilitation” of autism

Researcher at the University of Coimbra has successfully completed a clinical trial to test new therapies and calls for greater investment in rehabilitation.

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